Albania/Kosova/Macedonia Rom dances. I first learnt these from Steve Kotansky, and have learnt a lot more from Laura Shannon.
Even 4/4 rhythm.
Line, with the leader at the right, arms in a W hold.
(This dance starts off like Jeni Jol.)
Facing right, point forward with your right foot - extended with the toes touching the ground. Then step onto the right where it is, so you take a step forwards. Repeat with the left foot.
Point forward with the right foot again, but this time follow it by taking three steps in place while turning to face centre.
Step across in front with the left foot, then rock back onto the right.
Step forwards and diagonally to the left with the left foot, then rock back onto the right.
Step across in front with the left foot again, then rock back onto the right.
Lift the left foot, then close beside the right.
Step across in front with the right foot, rock back onto the left, step to the side with the right, then turn to face right and step forward with the left.
Jasmin Jasmine from
O Postari (and others) from Fire in the Feet by Xenos.
This is very similar to Indijski Čoček, except that after the third cross in front the left foot closes beside the right and there is a pause, rather than the lift and close. This doesn't sound like much but the still moment contrasts sharply with the rest of the sequence, especially if you are using fast music.
Balada from Balada by Yuri Yunakov.
Dance descriptions by Andy Bettis 11/2002