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Alternate Title: Island Halki Native Dance

Greek Americans lavouto, violin, and santouri Ethnography Music Greek music Dance music Philoptochos Society Tarpon Springs, Florida Pinellas County

A classic dance of the Island of Halki, originated on the Asia Minor Coast three to four thousand years ago. The natives adopted this dance, when the only musical instrument which we now know was a small lyra, still used by these Islanders and by the Island of Crete. This is danced in the manner of the Kalymnos Island style of dancing, except at a more lively pace with faster steps. Tarpon Springs was settled by Greek sponge fishers in 1905.

Duration: 2 Minutes, 57 Seconds
Performer: : Kaletizis, George; lavouto Performer: Peronis, Louis; violin Performer: Perris, Charylaos (Harry); santouri (cymbal) Performer: Kapsalos, Louis Performer: Perris, Harris Performer: Parris, Harry

Florida Folksong - Halkiticos, Sousta

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