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THE DANCES AND DANCES OF IT FENCES OF MANTARO


They are many and varied the dances and dances that are practiced in the department of Junin, generally these dances and dances are carried out by the unions of artisans, such as the hatters, the tailors, the carpenters, etc. Among them they highlight the "black" ones, the "pachahuara", the "tiril", the "huaylas", the "gang", and other but that serious long to enumerate, etc.



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SOME DANCES AND DANCES OF IT FENCES OF MANTARO


CHONGUINADA

It is one of the dances but attractive for the elegance of their wardrobe, coloring and embroidered of gold and silver. The name of this dance that he/she imitates to the gang and the minuet but finishing off in a huayno, it seems to derive of Chongos, one of their centers of more fame. The men generally take a mask of fine wire mesh that characterizes to a blushed face of blue eyes. Their music, ceremonious, is executed by an orchestra typical huanca.

CORTAMONTES

They are the parties but converged. The godfathers, noted the previous year, they are offered high you hoist and the godmothers take charge of "dressing them" on (to adorn them) Saturdays at night, with bottles of liquor, fruits, shoes, serpentine, garments of dressing and some corral aye. This task is made to the huaynitos compass orchestrated by typical bands hired especially. The following day the companies dance around the tree carrying an axe. The godfathers invite to drink liquor and degustar sandwiches until the tree (the mount) falls to earth, moment in the one that the children and adults you avalanzan to catch the gifts that fastened of the tree. These parties are given during the carnivals and those but characteristic they are carried out in Ataura, Muquiyauyo, Marco (Jauja), Hualhuas (Huancayo) and Chupaca.

MULIZA

It is a song followed by dance and it constitutes the but expression of the mountain feeling dies. Their verses say of the spirituality of the Andean soul, inspired by their landscapes and in the charm of their wives. The name "muliza" has old origins. It is said that their marked rhythm you inspires by the caminarde the packs of mules that took the shipments of minerals; what is known with certainty is that this related one with the music of "Santiago's" party or of the marcacion of the livestock.

TUNANTADA

It is the main dance of the parties of the 20 of eenero in Jauja, dedicated to the patterns San Sebastian and San Fabian (the gentlemen's of the thunder Christian sincretismo and of the rain). The "truants" represent to the social different classes of the colony, as well as to the numerous visitors that came from distant lands to be treated in the benign climate jaujino; hence, each character of the dance takes different attires. The main figures are "the espñol" and the huanca", (or "the chupaquina") their lover, ostentatious chola always interpreted by men disguised of women (because it was known that no jaujina would accept to represent this paper); "the jaujina", elegantly dressed shining jewels; the "tucumanos", the Bolivian" "faith healers, the "cuzqueños", the "chutos", etc. The center of attention is the "huatrila" who enjoys making fun from all over the world when dancing, until of the present authorities.

AVELINOS

In the town of San Jeronimo it is danced, each 30 of September (employer party), the dance of the "avelinos", characters that represent the guerrillas fighters of the troops caceristas. They use one he/she chewed of deer leather and their gear consists of a fine triplet on which you/they superimpose other, ragged and full with patches; they put on shoes recovered sandals of enough wool and some carry blankets, with which fight bulls in the square of the town.

HUAYLARSH

A very well-known and diffused dance of the valley (and that it has suffered many modifications when leaving their rural context to transform into show) is the "huaylarsh" or "huaylas." Their remote origin is the it thrashes night of the grains (wheat, barley), after the crop, of there the characteristic strong tapping comes. The word "huaylarsh" designates as much to the music as to the same activity, although this he/she is practiced less and less due to the growing mecanizacionde the agricultural tasks. The dance, in which you/they intervene young of both sexes, it represents the showy courtship from the male to the female of the "chihuaco" or thrush, bird that is plentiful in this region.

CHINCHILPOS AND GAMONALES

The district of Huayucachi conserves this stranger it dances where the "chinchilpos" represents to the poor and the "gamonales" to wealthy people. It makes a choreography her it represents a violent fight to lashes to define the superiority of some of both, and hence they take special gears.



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