Skudrinka

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Skudrinka (Macedonian: Скудринка) is a traditional Macedonian Oro, folk dance, from region of Dolna Reka, region along the river of Radika in western part of Republic of Macedonia.

It is a dance with steady movements on half feet with jumps and turnings around. The dancers are holding for a stick that is placed between the dancers and hold their hands in horizontal position. They begin their dance in a position of a half circle. The dance rhythm is 2/4.

Video of the Skudrinka folk dance by the ensamble "Orce Nikolov" on YouTube, the Skudrinka dance begins around 5min after the beginning of the video

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  • Dimovski, Mihailo. (1977:86-91). Macedonian folk dances (Original in Macedonian: Македонски народни ора). Skopje: Naša kniga & Institut za folklor

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