5 edition of The Matachines dance found in the catalog.
The Matachines dance
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Sylvia Rodriguez.|
|Series||Southwest heritage series|
|LC Classifications||GV1796.M35 R638 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009010130|
Above is a picture of the St. Michael Matachines that were an integral part of our Novena to Our Lady of Guadalupe, December To learn more about this ministry at St. Michael, contact one of the following coordinators: Martha Saldana Angela Sanchez . A new tradition at an old mission -- matachines and Mission Concepción. In a traditional dance dating back to Spanish colonial times, approximately colorfully costumed matachines dancers paid honor to the Virgin Mary on the afternoon of Dec. 7, the vigil of the Feast of the Immaculate Concepcion, in a way which promises to become a new tradition at Mission Concepción.
Get this from a library! The matachines dance: ritual symbolism and interethnic relations in the upper Río Grande Valley. [Sylvia Rodríguez] -- The Matachines Dance - "the beautiful dance of subjugation," as Sylvia Rodriguez calls it - derives from a genre of medieval European folk dramas symbolizing conflict between Christians and Moors. Matachines synonyms, Matachines pronunciation, Matachines translation, English dictionary definition of Matachines. or n 1. a 16th century dance performed by extravagantly dressed masked dancers carrying swords 2. a ritual dance performed by native Mexican dancers 3. Matachines - definition of Matachines by The Free Dictionary.
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In this book, Rodriguez explores the colorful, complex, and often enigmatic Matachines dance as it is performed today by Pueblo Indians and Hispanos in New Mexico. Previous studies of the Matachines dance dealt mainly with its origins, distribution, and descriptive by: Matachines (Spanish singular matachín; sword dancers dressed in ritual attire called bouffon) are a carnavalesque dance troupe which emerged in Spain in the early 17th century inspired by similar European traditions such as the moresca.
The term danza de matachines is also used to refer to their characteristic dance and music. The dance was documented in the treatise Discursos sobre el. The Matachines dance is a ritual drama performed on certain saint's days in Pueblo Indian and Mexicano/Hispano communities along the upper Río Grande valley in New Mexico and elsewhere in the American Southwest.
It derives from a genre of medieval European folk dramas symbolizing conflict between Christians and Moors. Spaniards brought it to the Americas as a vehicle for Christianizing the. The tradition of the matachines goes back many centuries. It is believed that the Spaniards brought the dance to the New World during colonial times as part of their worship.
Inaccording to. Flavia Waters Champe, The Matachines Dance of the Upper Rio Grande (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, ). Honora DeBusk Smith, "Mexican Plazas along the River of Souls," in Southwestern Lore (Austin: Texas Folklore Society, ).Presentation of the Matachine Dance by Chichimac and Other Indians (San Antonio: Yanaguana Society, ).
Robert M. Zingg, "Christmasing with the. The dance-drama of los Matachines is an ancient tradition in the Hispanic Southwest. It is one of the very few dances shared by both Hispanic and Native peoples. Its roots can trace their influences back to the Middle Ages in Europe and at the same time, find New World influences included within their scope.
The Upper Rio Grande Matachines Dance Sylvia Rodríguez he Matachines is the only ritual drama that both Pueblo Indian and Hispano communities perform in the Upper Río Grande Valley. Some perform the dance in midwinter, others in summer. Style and detail vary File Size: 1MB.
One such ritual is the dance tradition of los Matachines. This dance, which is still performed in both Mexico and New Mexico (and other areas of colonization) can be traced directly to Mesoamerican dances of conquest such as the Moctezuma Dance and the Danza de Pluma.
The Matachines dance derives from a genre of medieval European folk dramas symbolising conflict between Christians and Moors. Spaniards brought it to the Americas as a vehicle for Christianising the Indians. In this book, Rodriguez explores the colourful, complex, and often enigmatic Matachines dance as it is performed today by Pueblo Indians.
The matachines returned to the mission area where in the s indigenous nomadic people had learned of Christianity and were allured by its. The Matachines dance is a ritual drama performed on certain saint's days in Pueblo Indian and Mexicano/Hispano communities along the upper Río Grande valley in New Mexico and elsewhere in the American Southwest.
It derives from a genre of medieval European folk dramas symbolizing conflict between Christians and : Chapter 1 is an introduction of the Matachines dance, including an examination of the scholarship on Matachines, and a discussion of data collection and methodology.
Chapter 2 explores the different origins of the Matachines dance, including a description of the conquest of. Matachines Danza Guadalup, Alpine, Texas.
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In this book, Rodriguez explores the colorful, complex, and often enigmatic Matachines dance as it is performed today. In the Upper Rio Grande Valley of New Mexico, the Matachines is the only ritual dance performed in both Indian Pueblos and Hispano Matachines dance is a ritual drama performed on certain saint's days in Pueblo Indian and Mexicano/Hispano communities along the Brand: Sylvia Rodriguez; Sylvia Rodrguez.
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London: English Folk Dance and Song Society ; Sheffield: Centre for English Cultural Tradition and Language, University of Sheffield, © Despite this shared blueprint, the origin stories for each group differ along the lines of colonization itself.
As Rodríguez outlines in her book, The Matachines Dance: A Ritual Dance of the Indian Pueblos and Mexicano/Hispano Communities, for Indigenous people residing along the upper Rio Grande, the dance was a gift from Montezuma, the leader of the Mexica (Aztec) people who was slain.
The matachines dance is also said to be related to the morisca, or moresca, a pantomimic dance of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries that was executed in Moorish costumes and other grotesque dis-3 The Story of Dance Music (New York: Philosophical Library, ), p.
Matachines dance group claiming strong European and Arab origins. However, other scholars attribute the origins of the Matachines dance not entirely to costume and props but to the choreography of this folk dance. According to John Donald Robb (), Willi Apel states that the mattachin dance is.
The matachines dances of the southwest of the U.S. and northern Mexico are hybrids of indigenous dance styles and dances from Spain which were brought there by Spanish missionary monks. Much of my research (published and unpublished) has focused. The ritual dance is led by the Monarcas, the captains which consist of three danzantes who stand at the head of the files and coordinate during the Viejo, the Grandfather, is the dance character who provides order and sometimes comedy in the group, and the dancers look to El Tamborero, the person who plays the large drum and makes up the main dance music for the .Search Tips.
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