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About the VENYIGE 

VENYIGE activities
VENYIGE CD and

Tape - edited with the occasion
of
35th anniversary of Venyige.
Sommer-Course in

collaboration with VENYIGE
Date:28th of juni-6th of july 2014.
Learn more >>
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VENYIGE-music
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Did You hear
about the famous
transylvanian
VENYIGE group?
It was they who
created and
applied a total
New and Unique
Music and Dance-
Creativity Model
- on the highest
level ! What about
them today?
Do You now who
from VENYIGE is
playing here?
Please Tell me
about them if You
now more.
Thanks.

The first VENYIGE-affiisch, Székelyudvarhely/ Odorheiu-Secuiesc - of Bartha József.

VENYIGE, Székelyudvarhely, 1978. << Tárkányi
J. János, Sinka Ignác, Szép Gyula, Sófalvi Mária, Fodor Béla <<



VENYIGE-Music and Song. Székelyudvarhely


VENYIGE-Dances from Udvarhelyszék.
Solistic verbunk: Kovács Imre.


VENYIGE-girls. Ring-dance from Maros-Küküllô country/region, Transylvania.


Venyige in Lund, Széki négyes, Sweden
VENYIGE on Youtube >>

Berecz Mária Ildikó, (Gyimesi-Ildi), Venyige, Székelyudvarhely


 

 

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"V E N Y I G E"
The Folk Music and Folk Dance Ensemble 'Venyige'

The Folk Music and Folk Dance Ensemble 'Venyige' was established in
Székelyudvarhely city, (in Harghita county, Transylvania, Romania) the autumn
of 1977 - of initiative and board (between 1997-1987) of
Adalbert Béla Fodor.
The World Universal Center Of Total Development and the World University..,

(the 'ITEK University': I.T'E.K-, TEKIA & W.U.T.E.C.S., EKTA) and within this
the transylvanian ETHNOCULTURE Academic Foundation and Academy by its formational
and developmental process is closely related
to the transylvanian VENYIGE Dance House Movement and to the "VENYIGE" Folkmusic
and Folkdance Ensemble, both playing
an important role in Transylvania.

Furthermore the process of establishing
and extending the
above mentioned
movement and
group provided a period
rich in
activity and experience, with the
cooperation on a cultural field of hundreds,
maybe thousands of people with different
ethnical origins from Transylvania and its
regions, especially from Udvarhelyszék - in the Székelyföld.

This process mainly contributed to the formation of the spiritual-ideal ground and of the
actual content and formal criteria of thebWold University... (ITEK-University)
, it's leading
sciences
and etablishing of the departament of Music and Dance, and m. more.
This - VENYIGE-Dancehouse Movement period - was the period when the ideal and formal
bases of the ITEK Academy
were established, which could develop under the sign of the VENYIGE Folkmusic and Folkdance Center in Székelyudvarhely (1977-1978) - and later became further developed and integrated to the actualy cultural-educational and scientific development center C.T.D_ WUTC.

Learn more here abouth
EKTA-Transylvania
>>>

  V E NY I G E
activities

VENYIGE Dance-House CD
Extract from the lyrics

of the Venyige CD.

The Venyige Tape and CD,

was edited by the
ETHOCULTURE Academy
made to honour the
establishment of the
Dance-House from Székely-
Udvarhely and Venyige dance
group
with the occasion of its
35th anniversary.
The CD consists of the

Kalotaszeg Tours in the Vista
Region Performance
which
took place in 1984.


We selected the following

Vista Region Performances:
1) csárdás dance and
szökõs/szöktetõs from
Udvarhelyszék
2) leánykörtánc, ritka és

sûrû pontozó from Kutasföld
3) folk music from

Udvarhelyszék (MGy)
4) Marosszéki forgatós
5) Válaszúti keserves (KT)
6) Gyimesi dances: héjszák,

lassú- és sebes magyaros,

kettõs...
7) Kalotaszegi legényesek
8) Dunafalvi leánykõrtánc
9) Marosmagyarói folk songs
10) Széki dances, dancesongs
11) Felcsíki folk music
12) Mezõségi táncrend ...

(13) Haza is kéne már menni...

Musicians: Tárkányi J. János,

Forró István, Orbán László

(violin);Szép Gyula (viola,
ütôgardony [percussion
instrument], Ruszu László
(viola); Balázsi József,
(double bass), Fodor Béla
(double bass, ütôgardony).
Singers: Kelemen Tekla (KT)

and Miklós Gyöngyike (MGy)
and the rest of the Venyige
members...
Dancers: the Venyige

members…
Artistic and technic editor

in charge of the video and
audio output: Dr. Illés László,
Helsinborg, Sweden.
CD-cover edited from the

first Venyige printed poster,
designed by Bartha József,
artist, member of the Venyige
dance group in cooperation
with Fodor Béla
in 1983.
Editor in charge: Fodor Béla

Adalbert.
The VENYIGE-CD is edited by

International Institute For
Total Ethno Culture, ITEK &
Akademia Ethnokultura -
Transylvania.
(Copyright © All rights

reserved)
VENYIGE musik on Youtube >>



Summer-Course in:

Regional Ethno-
Musicology and
EthnoChoreology in
Transylvania,
- in collaboration with
VENYIGE
Date: 28th of juni - 6th of

july 2014. Learn more >>

Intrested of

VENYIGE-MUSIC or
other transylvanian
authentic improvisative
music and dances?
Learn more here >>




Studies about or with
connection to VENYIGE:
• The Transylvanian
Dance-House Movement.
"VENYIGE" - a Dancehouse
on the way of realization.
(in swedish) Learn more >>


Venyige performance. Dances from Gyimes: Dancing:Béla, Dita, Editke and László.


Leanykörtánc / Girls-ringdance. VENYIGE on Youtube >>


Kovács Imre, Jobb Levente, Vass Dénes, Orbán László. Mandsnces from Szék, Transylvania.


Solistic improvisative mandance''Legényes'' from Kalotaszeg. Jobb Levente, Kovács Géza, Vass Dénes, Fodor Béla.VENYIGE on Youtube >>


Mandance 'Legényes' from Kalotaszeg,
Transylvania. Lázár Zoltán, Jobb Levente, Fodor Béla. VENYIGE on Youtube >>


"Ritka magyar" slow hungaraian solistic dance from Mezôség, Center-Transylvania.Dancing: Béla Fodor and playing the Venyige group: Forró István, Tárkányi J. János, Szép Gyula, Balázsi József.

Venyige-dances. Kovács Géza and Sándor Aranka