And Now To Start.
This is the blog for the International Folk Dance Video List. The video list page is the collection of my folk dance videos in a visual folk dance video list at: .
This web site represents my ongoing project of video recording folk dances and posting the dances to the web.The videos are listed on the site in two formats.: On the top of the alphabetical pages is a video player that is an alphabetical list of the international folk dances available on royisdancing my YouTube page.

Below the video player is an alphabetical list of the dances I have collected. Clicking on the dance name will bring up a video of the dance. If I have found a dance note source on the Internet for the dance then link to the dance description is also listed. Each dance is listed only once even though I may have multiple videos of a dance in the collection. Check the Video Players for the all of the videos.
The videos on the list are there for all folk dancers to use. If you need more than a simple link that you can steal from the video players address, then email me Roy.
Some of the videos can also be found on You Tube .

Thursday, February 25, 2010

February 25, 2010

Well I have finally updated all of the links to my You Tube account at royisdancing.
The my video of Sarba batuta has passed the over 200,000 views mark. Who would of thought that it would be come a hit in Romania?
The video is from the evening party after I taught it at Gypsy Camp North, our fall workshop in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The name Gypsy Camp has caused some problems with both the Roma and Romanian Communities; so much so that we changed the name to Dance in the Woods.

We will be doing Dance in the Woods again this year September 10 to the 12. This event is usually one of my best sources of videos because we teach dances that we have learned during the summer at dance camps during the Dance in the Woods weekend.

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