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Belly Dance TV Combo
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Belly Dance TV Combo

 $38.99 
Manufacturer : Roxalot
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BD-TV 3: Belly Dance Television
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BD-TV 3: Belly Dance Television

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TV - BDTV 1 & 6th Awards of Belly Dance
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TV - BDTV 1 & 6th Awards of Belly Dance


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Manufacturer : IAMED
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BD-TV 2 & Belly Dance Rocks!
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BD-TV 2 & Belly Dance Rocks!

 $44.99 
Manufacturer : IAMED
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BD-TV 1 & Ansuya Combos DVDs
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BD-TV 1 & Ansuya Combos DVDs

 $94.99 
Manufacturer : IAMED
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BD-TV 2 & Ultimate Combos
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BD-TV 2 & Ultimate Combos

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Manufacturer : IAMED
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BD-TV 3 & Ultimate Combos 5
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BD-TV 3 & Ultimate Combos 5

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American Belly Dance Legends DVD
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American Belly Dance Legends DVD

 $24.99 
Manufacturer : Amaya
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BD-TV: Belly Dance Television SET
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BD-TV: Belly Dance Television SET


 $54.99 
Manufacturer : Roxalot
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5 of 5 Stars!
BD-TV 1: Belly Dance Television
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BD-TV 1: Belly Dance Television


 $19.99 
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Belly Dance TV 2 DVD

Belly Dance TV 2 DVD


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Learn all about the history of belly dance from BellyDance.org – the leading experts in belly dancing. We carry a wide variety of historic and documentary DVDs Videos.

Our titles include the news show Belly Dance TV and the American Legends of Belly Dance.

We also have numerous articles about the history of belly dance. Check out the link “About Belly Dance”.  Articles include What is Belly Dance, A Little About Belly Dance, and the History of Belly Dancing by Helen Waldie.

An excerpt from one of our articles:
Most Americans outside and inside of the American- Middle East dance community call it Belly dance.  Currently, there are two versions of how the phrase Belly dance originated in the United States.  The one, which holds most validity, is that Sol Bloom coined the term based on the translation of the French term danse du ventre - the dance of the stomach.  Ibrahim Farrah deduced another theory.  He believed belly dance is "a corruption of the Arabic word, beledi”, an Egyptian term for people living in the villages and, or lower class citizens of the cities.  It may be only a coincidence that beledi and belly sound alike and was in fact coined by Sol Bloom.

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