It was also danced every Saturday, when all the young people gathered for the weekend fiestas.
Miguel Veliz from the accordionist village of Las Vargas and by guitarist Heligton Alexer Antunes.
As the dance was very lively and adventuresome in a roguish fashion, they danced it repeatedly.Initially it was played in guitar and violin later with concertina and marimba.Ojos Negros Por tus puertas voy pasando Ojos negros de mi vida Si despierto cantando Vuelvete a quedar dormida Yo no vengo a que te levants Ni a que abandones tus sueños Solo vengo a decirte Que yo soy tu mero dueño Que bonita esta.The story of this dance begins in the hamlet of Los Ángeles, in the house.The man approached the woman and said "Offer me this" and at the same time he threw the handkerchief, meaning that if he wanted to dance with the woman.Its name is because there was a place near the village called Las Manguitas, where there were mango trees and lovers used to meet secretly to avoid their parents.To this situation and the place where it was collected, it owes its name.El Cututeo Your browser does not support the audio element.These last two came with radio and recordings, so not as might have been found in traditional settings.The dance derived its name from the village of Cáscaras (shells which was located in the plain of the Cáscaras.Debe su nombre a la miscelánea de ritmos que se suceden durante el baile: polkas, minués, zapateados, etc.Danza recopilada por el prof.This is a popular mestizo party dance.What all of these dances have in common is that it is a slow type of waltz, fast a little rough and with a rhythm of xique.Tírame una lima, tírame un limón tírame la llaves de tu corazón, Ay!The dance was usually played solo with string orchestra, and from time to time when an accordion.The name Cututeo comes from the sound produced by the drums during the dance.In those times anuncio para mujeres, hombres y sicilia they charged the amount of two cents or chips, for that reason people began to say Toquen Corrido of the fichas of the fichas".The dance performed in Santiago de Puringla the costumes were more colorful.El Corrido a las Chapias Your browser does not support the audio element.
The man and the woman rotate in a circular way around an axis of the pair, with the woman first holding the man's hat outstretched in front of her, and then dropping it, so that the rotation turns around the man's hat on the floor.
Don Lorenzo tells us that this dance was originally from Mercedes de Oriente.
This is a mestizo dance with indigenous influence.