Ugrós

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The Ugrós is an athletic Hungarian couples' jumping dance in 2/4 meter with an off-beat accent similar to polkas. Its origins lay in weapon dances from the Middle Ages.[1][2][3]

Dunántúli Ugros[edit]

Dunántúli Ugros is a couple's folk dance from Transdanubia (Dunántúl in Hungarian), the western part of Hungary.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ FOLK WITH DUNAV: The sharing place for Balkan music & dance. http://www.dunav.org.il/balkan_music_hungarian.html#all
  2. ^ Komenka Ethnic Dance and Music Ensemble. https://files.nyu.edu/aat243/public/Hungary/Hungary.htm
  3. ^ Donatuli Ugros. http://www.folkdance.com/LDNotations/DunantuliUgros1996LD.pdf