From the recording Aritmia
Traditional - Serbia / arr. Miroslav Tadić
Čoček (pronounced cho-check) is a dance that became popular in the Balkan region during the 19th century, especially among the Romani musicians. There are many variants, depending on the region they come from. Tadić took a famous Čoček from the city of Vranje in Southern Serbia and infused it with other musical influences, particularly those of Flamenco – another very strong Romani tradition.