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Bulgarian rhythms:

3+2=5/8 Hora Femeilor


2+3=5/8 Joc la Snziene (sinziene/snziene)
2+3=5/16 Pajduka (Pajduko oro / )
3+2+2=7/8 Lesnoto Horo ( ), Ajde Jano, Baba
Djurdja, Makedonsko Devoje, Ivanice, Dobra Nevesto,
Kalamatiano, Jovano Jovanke, Tino Mori, Karamfil, ar Planina,
Sarakina Ormena, etvorno horo ( ), Ginka
(; from Pirin mountains)
2+2+3=7/8 Raenitsa
(raenica/ruenica/ruenitsa/), Geamparalele
(singular: Geampara, plural: Geamparale, definite article:
Geamparalele)
2+2+1+2=7/8 Eleno Mome ( ) / Elenino horo
( ), Petrunino horo ( )
3+4+2+3=7/8 Eleno Mome ( ) / Elenino horo
( ), Petrunino horo ( )
1+1+2=2/4 Trite pati ( / Trite puti / Trite pti;
Bulgarian)
3+3+2=2/4 syncopated Basic oek
2+2+2+3=9/8 Karsilama (karshilma), Lalica, Sfarlis, Svornato
Horo ( ; from the Pirin mountains), Saxofon Kolo,
Samokovsko (aka Devetorka, areni orapi), Varnensko Horo
( )
2+3+2+2=9/8 Gul Dali, Fatie Kolo (fatise/fatice), Struga,
Grancharsko horo ( / Gryncharsko horo /
Gruncarsko horo)
2+2+2+1+2=9/8 Tamzara
2+2+2+3=4+2+3=9/8 Daychovo horo ( opo /
Daichovo horo / Dajovo horo)
3+2+2+3=10/8 "curcuna" (mainly Armenia and Turkey)
Mombar, Ooseke Gookas, Armenian Shuffle, Basamian Bar,
Agir Halay, Yeni Hamam
4+3+2+2=11/8 Traichovo horo ( ) tune
2+2+3+2+2=4+3+4=11/8 Kopanitsa (Kopanica/;
accents on beat: primary on 1, secondary on 5 & 8, ternary on
3 & 7 & 10), Gankino Horo ( ), Krivo Horo,
Osogovka, Krivata

3+2+2+2+2=3+4+2+2=11/8 Acano mlada nevesto


(Macedonian)
3+2+2+3+2=12/8 Berane, Levendikos, Kucano, Pusteno
3+2+2+3+2=12/8 ensko Berane (Bajrae; Macedonian)
3+3+6+6=12/8 Pravo horo ( )
3+4+2+3=12/8 Eleno Mome ( ) / Elenino horo
( )
4+4+2+3=13/8 Eleno Mome ( ) / Elenino horo
( ), Petrunino horo ( )
4+4+2+3.5=13.5/8 Eleno Mome ( ) / Elenino horo
( )
2+2+2+3+2+2=13/16 Krivo plovdivsko horo (
)
3+2+3+2+3=5/16+8/16=13/16 Ispaychi ( /
/ Ispayche / Ispaje)
2+2+2+3+2+3=9/16+5/16=14/16 Elbasansko horo
( )
(2+2+2+2)+(3+2+2)=15/16 Buimi ()
(2+2+3+2+2)+(3+2+2)=11/16(kopanitsa)
+7/16(chetvorno)=18/16 Zelenikovka/Balada Za Angele
(3+2+2)+(2+2+3+2+2)=7/16(chetvorno)
+11/16(kopanitsa)=18/16 Yove male mome (
/ Jove male mome / Jove malaj mome; dancers count it: SQQQQSQQ, S=slow, Q=quick; Sopluk region of Bulgaria), Povela e
Yova ( )
(2+2+2+3)+(2+2+2+3)+2+2=9+9+4=9/8(daychovo meter)
+13/8(Krivo plovdivsko horo meter)=22/8 Sandansko Horo
( )
(3+2+2)+(3+2+2)+(2+2+3+2+2)=7/8+7/8+11/8=25/8 Sedi
Donka ( ), Plovdivsko horo ( )
Romanian Danubian rhythms:
2+3=5/16 Rustemul, Resteul (from Dmbovia; similar to the
Vlach dance Shira from north west Bulgaria), Ghimpele,
Bugeacul (Muntenian villages within the Teleorman and Vlasca
regions), Murguleul, Paiduca (in Dobrogea; similar to northern
Bulgarian Pajduka; also Greek Baidouska), Balua (from
Teleorman and Arge regions of Muntenia), Brule (Oltenian

men's line version)


2+2+3=7/16 Geampara (found in Dobrogea and Danubian
plain of south east Romania), Pandelaul, Zlata, Vlcencua,
Leli Ioan
2+2+2+3=9/8 Cadneasca (in Dobrogea; resembles
Bulgarian Dajchovo/Dajovo)
2+2+2+4=5/4 chioapa (southern Moldavian), Hodoroaga
(southern Transylvanian)
Romanian southern-Transylvanian rhythms:
3+2+2=7/8 Purtata, Fecioreasca
4+3+3=10/16 Purtata, nvrtita (including the Mure region
and across to Slj and Cluj regions)