Kopanitsa (called in some regions Gankino) is the name for a family of lively folk dances from western Bulgaria written in 11
8 meter, and also sometimes for the accompanying music. Some dancers count the steps in terms of "quick" and "slow" beats, the pattern being quick-quick-slow-quick-quick (counted as 2-2-3-2-2). The name comes from the verb kopam, which means "to dig" or "to hoe", so the name is sometimes translated as "little digging dance".
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