Georgian folk song -Patara
Georgian Instrumental Folk Song- the song begins with melodies with connections to the Balkans and the Zamfir notes of Romania; this then transforms into a distinct Perso-Georgian rhythm. The song then concludes with that Perso-Georgian melody played in a fast-paced Caucasian (Kafkaz) beat.
The video above shows a version of the Ajameti Music and dance of Georgia. “Ajameti” refers to Iran and Iranians as this dance and music piece was popular in Iran up to the early twentieth century. Note that the music piece is virtually identical to the music of northern Iran (Gilan and its provincial capital Rasht in particular).
Georgian National Ballet Sukhishvili