2o EPAL Serron
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Kori Eleni             4
Kori Eleni or Eleno Mome Fast and lively dance, danced with characteristic double steps, by men and women. It is danced in...
Tsourapia            6
TsourapiaThe name comes from a type of shoe that people used to wear throughout the mountainous Macedonia, called tsourapi...
Sergiani or “Siganos”                        8
Sergiani or “Siganos”Typical dance of Nigrita Serres. It is dancedby men and women in a cycle with elbowsbent.The rhythm i...
Ena ki ena(one by one)               10
Ena ki enaSong and cheerful dance in the area ofVamvakofyto-Scotusa- Kimisi of Serres.Circular mostly female dance. The da...
Gaida (basic)                12
Gaida (basic)The name of the dance comes from the musicalinstrument that accompanies the dance. It is amens dance that con...
Sirtos of Orini Serres                         14
Sirtos of Orini SerresO Mixed circular dance.O The dancers are held by the hands  with elbows bent.O The dance consists of...
Zamantas           16
ZamantasO (Pentapoli Serres)O It is a mens circular dance.O The dancers are held by the hands with elbows bent.O It consis...
Gerakina           18
Gerakina   Women’s dance danced in  Nigrita Serres.  The name comes from the  words of the song referring  to a beautiful ...
Gerakina    The story became a    legend and in time    became one of the best    dances.    The dance consists of    thre...
HasapikoThe Hasapikos is a type of dance and songs of the Greeks from Constantinople. Thedance consists of three parts, an...
Men’s dance, now danced in a straight line,mostly by men (rarely women).                                              22
In the past, if someone wanted to danceHasapiko , had to wear a cap with raisedmolding, dancing the same steps as if theya...
THANK YOUAr van ta An gel iki    Kot ala kid oy     kat eri na Mis irli Eliz ave t                       24
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Traditional dances of Serres

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  • Η ονομασία προέρχεται από την τούρκικης προέλευσης λέξη kasap, που σημαίνει κρεοπώλης , ενώ η αντίστοιχη ελληνική ονομασία ήταν μακελάρικος . Ο όρος στη συνέχεια χρησιμοποιήθηκε για να υποδηλώσει μόνο τη γρήγορη εκδοχή του χασάπικου, γνωστή ως και χασαποσέρβικο .
  • Traditional dances of Serres

    1. 1. 2o EPAL Serron
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    4. 4. Kori Eleni 4
    5. 5. Kori Eleni or Eleno Mome Fast and lively dance, danced with characteristic double steps, by men and women. It is danced in Eastern  and Central Macedonia.  5
    6. 6. Tsourapia 6
    7. 7. TsourapiaThe name comes from a type of shoe that people used to wear throughout the mountainous Macedonia, called tsourapia. It is danced by both men and women.    Dancers  dance with their elbows bent, or stretched and down.  7
    8. 8. Sergiani or “Siganos” 8
    9. 9. Sergiani or “Siganos”Typical dance of Nigrita Serres. It is dancedby men and women in a cycle with elbowsbent.The rhythm is 4/4, and the dancing motif iscompleted in six meters.It is a slow and smooth dance. It is dancedat all times, especially in weddings.. 9
    10. 10. Ena ki ena(one by one) 10
    11. 11. Ena ki enaSong and cheerful dance in the area ofVamvakofyto-Scotusa- Kimisi of Serres.Circular mostly female dance. The danceconsists of two parts and of 19 steps in 8musical meters. 11
    12. 12. Gaida (basic) 12
    13. 13. Gaida (basic)The name of the dance comes from the musicalinstrument that accompanies the dance. It is amens dance that consists of two parts: the slowand the fast.In the fast part of the dance the first dancer canlead the cycle in different formations. 13
    14. 14. Sirtos of Orini Serres 14
    15. 15. Sirtos of Orini SerresO Mixed circular dance.O The dancers are held by the hands with elbows bent.O The dance consists of 12 steps.O Rhythm: 2/4 15
    16. 16. Zamantas 16
    17. 17. ZamantasO (Pentapoli Serres)O It is a mens circular dance.O The dancers are held by the hands with elbows bent.O It consists of 12 steps performed at 4 meters. 17
    18. 18. Gerakina 18
    19. 19. Gerakina Women’s dance danced in Nigrita Serres. The name comes from the words of the song referring to a beautiful girl, Gerakina. According to the tradition, Gerakina, trying to pump water from a well, fell in and was not able to survive despite the efforts of her beloved. 19
    20. 20. Gerakina The story became a legend and in time became one of the best dances. The dance consists of three parts, and the dancers are held by the hands down. 20
    21. 21. HasapikoThe Hasapikos is a type of dance and songs of the Greeks from Constantinople. Thedance consists of three parts, and the dancers are held by the hands down. Its originsdate back to the Byzantine period, when it was imitating dance battle with swords ofthe union of Greek butchers in Istanbul. The first row held knives, sticks and whips,while the second one had guns. 21
    22. 22. Men’s dance, now danced in a straight line,mostly by men (rarely women). 22
    23. 23. In the past, if someone wanted to danceHasapiko , had to wear a cap with raisedmolding, dancing the same steps as if theyare all one body. The steps and descriptionlooked like ritual movements in an effort toconnect the dance to seniority, the army ofAlexander the Great or the representation ofattitudes of warriors. 23
    24. 24. THANK YOUAr van ta An gel iki Kot ala kid oy kat eri na Mis irli Eliz ave t 24
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