Rom (Gypsy) dance from Macedonia. I learnt it from Steve Kotansky in 2004.
The music is in a 12/8 rhythm, danced as 3-2-2-3-2 or slow-quick-quick-slow-quick.
Open circle, arms start in a W hold.
Lift the left foot twice, step to the side with the left, cross in front with the right, replace the left.
Repeat this sequence with the opposite feet, starting with lifting the right foot.
Repeat the sequence starting with the left foot.
Lift the right foot twice, step to the side with the right, step across in front with the left, step to the side with the right.
Step across in front with the left, lift the right, step to the side with the right, cross in front with the left, replace the right.
The dance sequence follows the musical structure, so wait until you can hear the rhythm and start at the beginning of any musical phrase.
Ibrahim Hođa from Florinalia by Xenos.
Ibraim Odza from Macedonia Dances by Marem Aliev.
There are two versions on Findhorn 2004 produced by Steve Kotansky.
Dance description by Andy Bettis - August 2004