"Beautiful Old Women, Beautiful Old Men, Beautiful Young Lads, Beautiful Maiden Girls“

The first full-length show of the only professional Hungarian folkdance company in Slovakia, which started working in September 2000, gives a selection of the traditional dance and music culture of the people living in the Carpathian Basin. The performance authentically portrays the dance life of onetime traditional village communities, based on archive footage collected in Slovakia, Hungary and Romania.

  1. Dances from the Zobor region

  2. Guggolós
  3. Dances from Vajdaszentivány

  4. Csingerálás
  5. Dances from Bonchida

  6. Wedding Music
  7. Legényfogó from Szőlő street

      - interval -

  8. Dances from Abaúj-Zemplén 
- verbunk (Györke, Posa) 
                                                   
 - karikázó (Magyarbőd, Pazdics)
                                                    - čapášový čardás (Pazdics)
                                                    
- Hungarian szóló and oláhos
                                                    - The Art of Józsi Kupak and his Family (Szepsi)
                                                    
- Slow and fast csárdás (Magyarbőd)

  9. Dances from Gömör
 - pásztorbotoló 
- csárdás
 - Vasvári verbunk és frisse

Length: 90 min. (2 acts)

Premiered in: 
27th May 2001. Bratislava, SĽUK
Dancers Polli Agócs, Katalin Bartal Csóka, Zsuzsanna Busai Péter, Mónika Dobsa Fodor, Anikó Lépes, Magdolna Mészáros, Henrietta Süke, Ildikó Tóth "Kalán", Zsófi Varsányi, Attila Agócs, Péter Baranyai, Norbert Busai, Tamás Dobsa, Dusan Hégli, Gábor Katona, Attila Oláh, Richard Reicher, Attila Sánta, Tamás Tóth, Péter Zubonyai
Band Gergely Koncz – violin, viola, Ádám Takács – violin, Zoltán Hanusz – viola, double bass, drum, Tibor Lelkes – accordion, double bass, Sándor Cseh – cimbalom
Choreography Mária Jókai (1), Mihály Richtarčík (3), Norbert Busai (4,5), Zsuzsanna Busai (4), Ildikó Németh - Szilárd Szabó (7), Dusan Hégli (1,2,5,8,9), Figur band (6)
Musical Arrangements Dusan Hégli, Figur Band
Director Dusan Hégli