It is a man dance with five parts of dance going from slow to fast dancing. The dancers are first holding shoulders then dance with loose hands. They begin their dance in a position of a half circle and later they dance in circle one in front of the other. The dance rhythm is 2/4.
- Dimovski, Mihailo. (1977:97-105). Macedonian folk dances (Original in Macedonian: Македонски народни ора). Skopje: Naša kniga & Institut za folklor
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