Dance in Peru: Peruvian Dances, Diablada, Tondero, Marinera, Cueca, Huayno, Danza de Tijeras, Creole Waltz, Carnavalito, Zamacueca

9781156458815: Dance in Peru: Peruvian Dances, Diablada, Tondero, Marinera, Cueca, Huayno, Danza de Tijeras, Creole Waltz, Carnavalito, Zamacueca
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Chapters: Peruvian Dances, Diablada, Tondero, Marinera, Cueca, Huayno, Danza de Tijeras, Creole Waltz, Carnavalito, Zamacueca, Danzantes de Levanto, Carnaval En Amazonas, Chumaichada, Huanca. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 45. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The CarnavalitoThe Carnavalito (English: Little Carnival ) is a traditional South American dance from the Altiplano and Puna regions that is practiced in relation to religious festivities. The current form of the dance is an expression of syncretism between indigenous and Spanish colonial culture. The Carnavalito was danced in the Americas long before the Spanish Arrived. Today it is still danced in Peru, in the eastern region of Bolivia, in the Northwest zone of Argentina and in Northern Chile . In Argentina it is danced in North of Jujuy, and in center Salta . The music is characterized by the use of instruments such as the quena and the bombo, it's origin comes from the Huayno, music similar to the Carnavalito.Classification Belongs to the group of the collective great dances. It's a cheerful dance, it must be done with cheerfulness and innocence, as everybody playing happily.Choreography It is a dance set, dancing in groups or with multiple partners who perform choreographed steps to the beat of the music. The dancers move around the musicians in a row. A woman or a man with a handkerchief (or pennant decorated with ribbons) on the hand is responsible for directing. They all sing the same verse or improvisations.See also (online edition) References (URLs online) A hyperlinked version of this chapter is at Carnaval en Amazonas is a typical dance from the Amazonas Region, Peru . The "carnival music " that is played in Amazonas presents notes of real euphoria. It is similar to the huayno . At its times, couples dance forming the pandilla (a kind of da...

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