Gallery view

1954 May

Halpern, Joel Martin

Gypsies dancing to drumbeat

Macedonia - Gypsy quarter dancing to the beat of the drum.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1954 May

Halpern, Joel Martin

Dancing in Dra?evo

Macedonia - Villagers dance to tupan (drum) and zurula (horn).

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1962

Halpern, Joel Martin

Tupan player in Labuni?ta

Macedonia - Tupan player drums in foreground, while villagers dance oro in background.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1954 May

Halpern, Joel Martin

Gypsies dance at national celebration

Macedonia - "One of the most interesting [groups] was the one from the large minority group school for the Gypsies, Turkish and Albanian children. They are taught Serbian and Macedonian as a minor subject with all standard instruction done in their own languages." Dancing gypsy rhythm from tarabuka drum. A group of young gypsy girls dress in the Turkish style baggy pants and tight shirts ... more

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1962

Halpern, Joel Martin

Gypsy musicians at Labuni?ta marketplace

Macedonia - Dancing kolo at market; Gypsy musicians play tupan (drum) and zurla (horn).

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1954 May

Halpern, Joel Martin

Gypsies dancing to drumbeat

Macedonia - Another view of dancing in the Gypsy quarter; some women dressed in folk costume.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1954 June

Halpern, Joel Martin

Celebrating Slava in Dra?evo

Macedonia - Villagers dance and play at Slava celebration; see mufs001-xn-i0993 for detailed description of festivities.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1973 July

Halpern, Joel Martin

Gypsy at Trnovo Ilinden celebration

Macedonia - Gypsy with money in his mouth, stuck there by dancers. Most likely he is playing the drum; clarinet player is beside him. On other side, dancer raises arms, exhilarating in oro dance.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1954 May

Halpern, Joel Martin

Folk dancing at national celebration

Macedonia - Gypsy drummer in front, dancers in background.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1954 May

Halpern, Joel Martin

Dancing oro in Dra?evo

Macedonia - Villagers dancing oro, accompanied by tupan (drum) and zurla (horn) on right. None of these men wear peasant clothes and are most likely from the city. They are also dressed more comfortably than are the older men.

Joel M. Halpern Papers