Exploring Balkan Rhythms and Dance - Dum Dum Diddily Dum Dum
Mandy de Winter teaches and demonstrates traditional Balkan dances
Mandy's great love for Balkan music and dance led her to develop a course called Exploring Balkan Rhythms and Dance (Dum Dum Diddily Dum Dum) which provided participants with a detailed introduction to the varied and often irregular rhythms so common throughout the region.
To accompany the course, she produced two teaching DVDs in which she demonstrates a range of Balkan dances in great detail; not only explaining, for instance, the difference between a Makedonsko and a Râčenica in 7/8 metre, but also showing how to teach the dance (and a lot more besides).
These DVDs represent an extraordinary body of work which was originally only available to course participants, but which is now available to everybody in the form of the two DVDs or as downloads of individual dances.
Each DVD comes complete with a CD of the music and a booklet giving the dance notation and notes about the dances. Downloads include the video clip, the MP3 music track (sometimes more than one) together with the dance notation and notes.
Every penny raised from the sale of these dance videos will be donated to the Severn Hospice in Shropshire, where Mandy spent her final days.
Devojče Devojče - Free Download
The video, music track and dance notes for this dance can be downloaded free.
Buy and download any or all of the 43 dance videos together with an MP3 file of the music as well as dance notation and notes.
DVD - Volume 1
The first "Dum Dum Diddily" DVD featuring 23 dances. Comes complete with CD of all the music and detailed booklet.
DVD - Volume 2
The second "Dum Dum Diddily" DVD featuring 19 dances. Comes complete with CD of all the music and detailed booklet.