ABSTRACT. Beissinger holds that the fundamental unit of narrative content in epic poetry is the complete thought (which is expressed as a complete sentence, with a subject and a predicate). Zlateva reasons that unlike the vocal doinas, the instrumental ones have more developed forms, with wide compass and richer ornamentation (according to the technical possibilities offered by the musical instruments on which they are played). Giurchescu remarks that the Calus dance demands a very high degree of agility, power, and endurance (qualities that are developed over a considerable length of time through arduous training, practice, and devotion).


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