We dance “Midwives” to this music. It’s a simplified version of a Romanian dance. The music is a Romanian lullaby.
Here’s a video from Findhorn where they call the dance “Healing and Wholeness.”
We sometimes dance it in spring or at the beginning of the year.
Here’s a teaching video for the traditional dance Joc de Leagane. (I’m told sometimes dancers call it Joc de Agony–as it’s a difficult one.) Joc means Dance.
Other translations refer to it as “The cradle song” or “The Cradle Dance.”
Joc De Leagane, the CD: There’s a CD called this with the title song by Les Choristes.
The CD includes Rumelaj too which we often dance.
We use the music of:
CD: Kalyi Jag “Gypsy Folk Songs from Hungary”
This might be the group’s website: http://www.kalyi-jag.hu/
If you can read it, let me know if it is!