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Yuvarlandim

Yuvarlandim(ΓΙΟΥΒΑΛΑΝΤΟΥΜ ) is a Turkish, Karachays,[1]Altai people[2] folkloric tune (Türkü). Danced by the Greeks of Anatolia- Karamanlides, Cappadocian Greeks and others.

Original form

The original form of the türkü was popular in Cappadocia .

See also

References

  1. ^ http://ekitap.kulturturizm.gov.tr/Eklenti/12416,cirlahalksarkilaripdf.pdf?0
  2. ^ http://ekitap.kulturturizm.gov.tr/Eklenti/12608,tekerlemelerpdf.pdf?0
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