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Giza dorreak folklore koreografikoan

QUIJERA PÉREZ, José Antonio (2001) Giza dorreak folklore koreografikoan. Jentilbaratz. Cuadernos de Folklore (7). pp. 77-103. ISSN 1137-859X

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The special choreography analyzed in this article is located in the south side of the Basque Country, included at some big dance cycles and staged by men in a concrete days in front of local deities. Usually, men make a three floors tower by themselves. From the last of the floors, the manager of the dance time recites some strophes about the divinity and its power, in order to obtain some benefits for all the community. This resume includes the results of a etnographyc work and some aspects of the anthropologycal analysis in the way of the religious symbology.

Item Type:Article
Additional Information:Continuación de Cuadernos de sección. Folklore
Uncontrolled Keywords:Folklore; Euskal Herria
Subjects:Anthropology > Ethnography and Ethnology
ID Code:6955
Last Modified:11 May 2011 16:41

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