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Etnološka tribina : Journal of Croatian Ethnological Society, Vol.40 No.33 December 2010. -

Furlana is a folk dance which originated in the Venice region, was adapted in the 18th century to dance forms of aristocracy and was named kontradansa as a court dance. Due to Venetian influence, this dance, along with many others kvatro paši, siciljana, pleskuša, was performed in Dalmatia; the kontradansa was performed in Istria, Dubrovnik and on the island of Hvar. The author analyzes two types of dances, treating them as rare examples of kontradansa: the so-called Vrboska furlona, recorded in the 1960s in the central part of the island Jelsa, Vrboska, Pitve, and the urban furlana, performed exclusively in the town of Hvar and previously not recorded in literature.

Hvar; dance forms; kontradansa; furlona-furlana



Author: Mirjana Kolumbić - ; Muzej hvarske baštine, Hvar

Source: http://hrcak.srce.hr/



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