Musical Migrations pp Cite as. To further complicate the performance, the dancers must manipulate a pair of loose shears in one free hand as they dance. The uninterrupted clashing of the shears produces a sound similar to that of a small bell. La danza de las tijeras was initially limited to programs aimed at Andean migrants and festivals in honor of patron saints. Later la danza de las tijeras underwent a process of commercialization, and numerous folkloric spectaculars were established for the consumption of the urban coastal public and foreign tourists. Unable to display preview.
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La agonía de Rasu-Ñiti
This acrobatic spectacle is performed during dry months coinciding with the main phases of the agricultural calendar in the highland departments of Ayacucho, Apurimac and Huancavelica. Although the dance can appear to be an improvised, swirling delirium of pirouettes, acrobatic tumbles and heel-clicking kicks, it actually follows a traditional eight-part structure. Luis Valverde , an independent scholar of Andean folklore, as well as a renowned Peruvian dancer and choreographer based in San Francisco, California, offers this explanation of the eight phases of the dance. The ritual, religious, social, political and philosophical connotations simultaneously expressed through the phases of the dance serve as a powerful reminder that a once-powerful Andean religion still exists. Some anthropologists believe the Scissor Dance tradition has its roots in the Taki Onqoy, an Andean religious movement that appeared in in the Chanka area Ayacucho, Huancavelica and Abancay in rebellion against Spanish colonial rule. But the goal to expel the Spanish invaders never materialized. The Spanish took drastic steps to stamp out the rebellion, which completely disappeared by
Peru’s iconic scissors dance and Arguedas’ interpretation
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La Agonía de Rasu Ñiti - A Quechua Comic Book Presentation