Florida Folksong - Kalymnos Island Native Dance

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Florida Folksong - Kalymnos Island Native Dance

Greek Americans vocals Ethnography Music Greek songs Dance music Philoptochos Society Tarpon Springs, Florida Pinellas County

An ancient classic dance originated, as Mr. George Anastassiou stated, some three thousand years back and adopted by the Islanders of Kalymnos, and most of the Islands of the Asia Minor shores. This peculiar dance is performed by a large group of men and women dancing in a great circle, arms crossed, hands clasped and with slow, short steps that bring out all its original dignity and grace. Tarpon Springs was settled by Greek sponge fishers in 1905.

Language: Greek
Duration: 4 Minutes, 18 Seconds
Performer: : Performer: Performer: Performer: Performer: Anastassio, George Performer: Anastassiou, Professor George Performer: Kapsalos, Louis Performer: Perris, Harris Performer: Parris, Harry

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Item ID:
45511995

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