Khorovod

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Andrei Ryabushkin. A young man breaking into a girls' khorovod, a 1902 painting

The khorovod (Russian: хорово́д, IPA: [xərɐˈvot], Bulgarian: хоро, Ukrainian: хоровод, Belarusian: карагод [karaˈɣot], Polish: korowód) is a Slavic art form, a combination of a circle dance and chorus singing, similar to the choreia of ancient Greece.

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