Balia Di Sehú

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Rufo Odor / Eduard Toppenberg
SATB a cappella
The Sehu is a harvest dance which is sung in April or May when it is time to harvest the corn.  The dancers, who often decorate themselves with parts of the harvested corn, form two lines facing each other with the corn between them.  The dancing lasts for long periods of time, often all day and all night.