Dances with strong rhythm and robust dynamics. Roata feciorilor, Învârtita cu fetele, Jocul miresii or Jocul colacilor.
|Ritual dances||Brâul||Group men's dances||Lad's dances||Verbunk|
|Bărbătesc, De sărit|
See part in songs page
Mainly violin - possibly playing bagpipe motiefs.
Zongora ("piano" in Hungarian) since Bela Bartok's collecting has added strings and now performs a harmony, also drum with cymbal has been added. Nearest similar music is in Bihor and Slovak Gorales.
Also 18th century Transylvanian table music is with the Gypsy musicians, who also have a Transylvanian dance and music repertoire and more advanced chord harmonies.
Hungarians dance Csárdás
Dance repertoire is based on the men's dance and the Învârtita in local forms. ST-EPE 0891 Joc bătrânesc de sărit is older version than the version from the Mara valley.
STM-0777 Fraţii Petreuş
POPESCU-JUDET, G. (1963) Jocuri Populare Din Oaş Si Maramureş - Volume 1, Casa Regională a Creaţiei Populare