But no entertainment in Serbia can be reckoned a success, if it does not end in a spontaneous burst of kolo dancing.
In this part of the country they are known under the generic appellation of kolo.
These had p. 15contrived to escape, but their companions had been left to the mercy of the kolo (brigands).
The kolo and the gusla are to Serbia, what the reel and the bagpipes are to Scotland.
On this evening, after an hour of the concert, the men suddenly broke into kolo.
A much more barbaric performance than the stately and solemn movement of the ring dance, or kolo.
The kolo addressed the Thibetian who had previously conversed with him.
In the men's ward a young man was pointed out to us who had been shot twice during a kolo dance in the arm and leg.