A Sârba or Sîrba (meaning "Serbian [dance]" in Romanian) is a Romanian and Csángó dance normally played in 2/2 or 2/4 time. It can be danced in a circle, line, or couple formations and was historically popular not only in Romania, but also Ukraine, Hungary, Polish highlanders (Gorals) and European Jewry. It is fast-paced and triplets are usually emphasized in the melody.
- The Book of Klezmer, by Yale Strom. 2002: A Capella books, Chicago
- Sîrba Page on Dunav balkan dance website (with example audio file)
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