Mandilatos

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Laz dancers in Armenia, circa 1911

Mandilatos (Greek: Μαντηλάτος; Turkish: Mandra havasi; Armenian: Laz bar) is a Greek folk dance from Thrace, in 2+2+3 7
16
and 7
8
pattern. Mandilatos is a couples' dance that takes its name from the mandilia that are held while performing it. Mandilatos is often performed in Thrace and the Black Sea Region during wedding processions.There are similar folkloric dance tunes known as Laz bar in Armenia.

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Tabancamın Sapını Gülle Donatacağum
Tabancamın Sapını Gülle Donatacağum(Greek ver.)
Mandilatos Horos
Hicaz mandra
Laz bar
Irini Qirjako - Fustan kuqe kadife
Anadolu Quartet & Sakina - Dağlar Gibi Dalgaları
Glykeria - To Diko Mou Paploma
Orhan Hakalmaz -Oynayın Kız Oynayın (Derule)
Gökte Yıldız Aymisun
Esin Engin - Yesin Onu Nenesi
Serdar Erbaşı - Derrule
Serdar Erbaşı - Tabancanın Sapını