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    Default Spanish tribal dancer

    Haven't seen this dancer before, she is spanish and calls herself Morgana, check the ways she uses the swords:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMEnn...elated&search=

    This other video is quite amazing also:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AoarX...elated&search=

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    Ooooh. I liked the second clip the way she is "transforming" from the snake to woman. She's very good. Thanks for posting these.

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    Amazing!

    Thank you for posting!


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    Poerfull and Amazing!

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    She's amazing with those swords. I wish I could do that. But I'm too ditzy for holding anything potentially dangerous.
    Last edited by Sara; 08-17-2006 at 08:28 AM.

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    truly amazing I too would love to have that kind of skill i guess i could alway practise:p

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    I loved that first clip - thanks for sharing the link!

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    What makes you say she is a tribal dancer?

    I see bedlah, silk, and American Cabaret and Orientale mixed with lots of jazz and theatrics. Certainly some of her fusions are darker and more rigidly isolated, a la tribal, but overall I can't say I would put her in a tribal category. Looks like regular ol' fusion to me.

    That said, I have seen this video clip before, and find it quite powerful. I would like to see an uninterrupted clip of her work, rather than this MTV style promo, to get a real feel for her style and skill.

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