Off topic: Another dancing: Fire of Anatolia
Thread poster: Binnur Tuncel van Pomeren
youtube has started to become an important element in www, given that it sometimes becomes prey to fake informations like all other source of information. I have been away from Turkey for more than 9 years right now and wanted to have a nostalgic evening yesterday. Fire of Anatolia, a Turkish dancing group, has modernised the turkish folkloric dance and readapted to our contemporary taste. For me, it was quite a taste, for this reason I have thought you might enjoy it as well.
Are you looking forward to it? then visit
Enjoy your watch!
[Edited at 2008-02-08 08:39]
| And you, parrots (Cecilia?) and Özden || Feb 11, 2008 |
With pleasure, I have consulted the links....Thank you both!!!
Regarding Bahariyan, that parrots (Cecilia?) sent: it is really interesting and it reminds me how beautiful it is to have differences (food for me the most obvious, as I always diversify my food with Indonesian, Thai, Chinese, Eritrean (also Ethiopian), Indian, Turkish and European - also various- (actually some more in this list, and would appreciate if I knew more tastes).
Thank you both as well. Özden, I have been planning to suprise my husband. This concert in Belgium will be the most appropriate one for my purpose: Years back he had surprised me with my professor at the university by producing two flight tickets to Zambia during our wedding anniversary.
Lovely regards before I turn back to my translation assignment...
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Another dancing: Fire of Anatolia
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