Years ago, I attended an Israeli dance program at Camp Blue Star which had a 3 day Israeli dance program where they brought in various Israeli dance teachers who taught us some of the new and reviewed older Israeli dances. I learned that there are several variations on the popular Israeli dance called the "Hora."
The hora is a "circle dance" (as opposed to couples dances or line dances, etc.) However, there are numerous variations to the hora and they all have names such as "The Yemenite Hora", "The Galil Hora" , "The Sprinkler Hora" (In Hebrew known as "הורה ממטרה" for those dancers, around.) I used to have a book that described many of these dances.
One Hora, in particular, I couldn't locate. It is called the Lashon Horah. I assume that this is a dance that has something to do with the tongue, in some way.
Can anyone describe, briefly, who may have choreographed the Lashon Horah and when, as well, as perhaps, give a brief description of what it looks like? I'd be especially curious as to why this horah was named the Lashon Horah.