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Folclor (1)

  1. 1. ROMANIAROMANIA
  2. 2. Spiritual Dowry of Romania
  3. 3. Romanian folklore represents all the creations ofRomanian folklore represents all the creations of spiritual culture. The phrase refers at the speakingspiritual culture. The phrase refers at the speaking ethnical productions of Romanian language in all ofethnical productions of Romanian language in all of her dialects Thanks to their diversity, many habits,her dialects Thanks to their diversity, many habits, traditions, customs, reveal the Romanians’straditions, customs, reveal the Romanians’s identity, their ancient existence.identity, their ancient existence.
  4. 4. The Romanian folklore consists of the national costumes, oldThe Romanian folklore consists of the national costumes, old habits, old objects with spiritual meaning. It is an overallhabits, old objects with spiritual meaning. It is an overall conception of habits and believes in the middle of social orconception of habits and believes in the middle of social or national groups, that is transmitted from generation tonational groups, that is transmitted from generation to generation.generation.
  5. 5.  InIn Romania the folklore means a lot. The old houses wereRomania the folklore means a lot. The old houses were made of earth and wood, dressed up in carpets according tomade of earth and wood, dressed up in carpets according to people’s taste.people’s taste.
  6. 6. National clothesNational clothes
  7. 7. Traditional dances
  8. 8. Brâul  Brâul is a term used for types of men's chain dances, although there are now mixed and women's versions. The term is applied to several different regional families of dances that have little choreographic similarity.
  9. 9.  The word Brâul comes from the Dacio- Illyrian language group meaning belt. Formations where the dancers hold their neighbour's belts are common throughout Bulgaria and east Serbia. Belt hold causes the dancers to be connected more rigidly than hand holds.
  10. 10. Învârtita  The 'turning' dance is thought to have developed later than the 'walking' dance and is found from Sweden, through Poland down to Maramureş and Transylvania. The Romanian dance is the called the Învârtita with the Hungarian version called Forgatós.  The basic form is at moderate tempo with turning as a couple, in alternate directions separated by a resting step, without progressing around the dance space.

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