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GREEK DANCES

THERE ARE THREE TYPES OF GREEK DANCES: A SLOW DANCE IN WHICH THE
LEADER HAS THE ATTENTION WHILE HOLDING A HANDKERCHIEF. IT IS CALLED
SAMIKO.
THEN THERE IS A MODERATE TEMPO WHICH IS MOSTLY PLAYED AT WEDDINGS.
IT IS CALLED SYRTO.
THE THIRD TYPE IS A LIVELY DANCE CALLED HASAPIKO.

Submitter comment: THE GREEK DANCES ARE VERY LIVELY. THEY USE A LOT OF GESTURES.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

Subject headings: Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Dance
SPEECH -- Gesture

Date learned: 00-00-1980

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