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Mona's Birthday Waltz - Scandinavian dancers of Vancouver, B.C.
Eikeril
Feier fra Vestlandet
Feiar med Vals
Firspring fra Møn
Firetur fra Romerike - Springar'n
Feier med vals - Springar'n
Hambo fra Tuyringe
Jomfru Lise
Jydsk kontra
Klappdans - Springar'n
Klappdans - Svensk klapdance
Kørsdans
Parisarpolka
Rolfs familjevals
Rørospols
Sandsværril i stjerne
Sandsværsril i stor ring
Seierstadhopsa - Springar'n
Seksmannsril
Sekstur på rekke
Stjernetur
Stjernetur fra Hobøl
Stockholms schotttis
Sønderborg Dobbelt Kvadrille
Tantoli
To-tur fra Jelsa
Trondheimar - Springar'n
Tsjekkisk polka (Doudlebska Polka) Edelweiss dancers
The name Doudlebská means "from Doudleby," a village in the ethnographical region of Doudlebsko, in South Bohemia, Czechoslovakia. The dance is also known in Danish as Dona Bleska, in German as Sternpolka (star polka), and in Yugoslavia as Dječka Polka (child's polka). The dance probably acquired the familiar clapping characteristics in Austria and Bavaria. The Slavonic settlement of Doudleby, the center of the Slavonic tribe Doudlebs, and the fortress of the Slavníkovec family were here before the year 1000. Only remains of ramparts have been preserved. Doudleby is not only the village, it is also the whole region around the village. The people living here have peculiar habits and their own folk culture.
Tølasteppen
Åttemannaengel
Åttetur fra Asker
Åttepardansen - Springar'n