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July-September 2014

Inside Brașov ? 10 ani
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Die Förderung der Zeitschrift
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Oktoberfest 2014 - Distracție și surprize
Oktoberfest 2014 - Fun and surprises
Oktoberfest 2014 - Spaß und Überraschungen
Oktoberfest 2014 ? Szórakozás és meglepetések
Branul și Brașovul sub asediul cavalerilor
Bran and Brasov under knights? siege
Bran und Brașov unter der Belagerung der Ritter
Törcsvár és Brassó a lovagok ostroma alatt
Aeroportul Braşov ? Ghimbav, prima decolare
The First Take-off on Airport Brasov-Ghimbav
Der Flughafen Braşov ? Ghimbav, der erste Start
Brassó-vidombáki repülőtér, az első felszállás
175 de ani de la inaugurarea orgii Buchholz
175 years from the inauguration ceremony of Buchholz organ
175 Jahre seit der Einweihung der Buchholzorgel
175 éves a Buchholz-orgona
Festivalul dansului popular maghiar, la Budila
The Hungarian Folk Dance Festival of Budila
Der Festtag des ungarischen Volkstanzes in Budila
A magyar néptánc seregszemléje Bodolán
Cristian "Oktoberfest în miniatură"
"Oktoberfest" ? On a Small Scale in Cristian
Cristian "Oktoberfest in Miniatur"
Keresztényfalva: kis Oktoberfest
Ghimbav: Festivalul istoric
Ghimbav: The Historical Festival
Ghimbav: Der historische Festtag
Vidombák: Történelmi fesztivál
Cultura în imagini, la Hălchiu
Culture in images in Halchiu
Kultur in Bildern in Hălchiu
Kultúra képekben Höltövényen
Hărman: Atelierul de orgi
The Pipe Organs Workshop of Harman
Hărman: Die Orgelwerkstatt
Szászhermány: orgonaműhely
Sânpetru: Festivalul Rușcuța de Primăvară
The Festival Ruscuta de Primavara of Sanpetru
Sânpetru: Das Fest "Rușcuța de Primăvară"
Szentpéter: Tavaszi hérics-fesztivál

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The Hungarian Folk Dance Festival of Budila


The 9th Edition of the Hungarian Folk Dance Festival of Tara Barsei, "In memoriam Reiff Istvan", organized by the Service for the Preservation and Promotion of Traditional Culture from the Cultural Centre REDUTA, gathered once again folk dance groups from the County of Brasov that performed on the stage of the local Cultural Centre of Budila displaying a genuine parade of Hungarian folk costumes.
The event was organized in collaboration with the Cultural Association "Apáczai Csere János" and Budila Town Hall.

Selection of the Festival`s Host

This event was hosted in turn by the localities of Tarlungeni, Apata, Ormenis, Sacele and Racos. The venue of this Hungarian event characterized by ethnicity and cultural values is selected every year in another locality from the County of Brasov where old customs of this ethnic population are still being preserved. As the first edition of the festival hit success, this year the participants grew in number. There were 18 folk dance groups overall, made up of 300 dancers and fiddlers coming from the entire county.
The opening speech was given by Mr. Gödri Iosif, Deputy Mayor of Budila, who said that the Hungarian population of Tara Barsei had a rich folklore and participants came here to show their dances and display the folk costumes specific to their regions.

Preservation of Customs

Mr. Adrian Valusescu, Manager of the Service for the Preservation and Promotion of Traditional Culture from the Cultural Centre REDUTA, said: "This is a very important event of the Hungarian community of the County of Brasov for the preservation of traditional customs, offering at the same time a chance to meet other people and to exchange experiences with other dance groups performing at the festival. I am glad to see that folk groups made up of kindergarten, primary school children and young people performed on stage; this proves that efforts were being made to pass on customs and traditions to future generations."

A Living Heritage

The 9th Edition of the Hungarian Folk Dance Festival of Tara Barsei, "In memoriam Reiff Istvan", offered perfect entertainment on the stage arranged in the courtyard of the Cultural Centre of Budila thanks to the various participating folk dance groups, the beauty of the folk costumes and the accuracy of the dances specific to the Hungarian ethnicity. The performance of the local kindergarten and middle school children`s folk groups was a delight for the audience, and the fiddlers` band added quality to the festival`s variety.


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