MEXICO MEXECAN DANCES BY EDITH

Like all folk dancing, traditional Mexican dances provide a glimpse into the culture of the region. Not only do these dances from Mexico express the rhythms of the music, but also the vital colors woven into Mexican clothing and decoration, as well as themes important to the region such as Catholicism and communion with nature. Mexican culture shines through the traditional dances of the country. Many Mexican families are planted firmly in religious faith and the rich intricacies of generational traditions and celebrations observed year after year. Mexican dances explains there history .

Many American school children learn the Jarabe Tapatío (Mexican Hat Dance) in their classrooms, while tourists to Mexico may witness a performance of Danza del Venado (Dance of the Deer) or Tlacolorerosis (an agricultural dance). While these traditional dances each have very different roots and styles, they bring various aspects of Mexican culture to the audiences who see them performed. Mexican danxces can be danced in all countries.

One of the best ways to become acquainted with a culture is to experience the region through dance. Mexican dances are a great way to experience important aspects of Mexico. They are perfectly woven together pieces of art that combine the rhythm of the music, the vibrant colors of the clothing, and dancing accessories into an elegant performance.

DIFFERENT DANCING DRESSES

Mexican dance attire is a very original style that differs in each of the 32 states of Mexico. Typically, men wear black with a bright red tie and a sombrero. Women, on the other hand, are often clothed with long, bright skirts and dresses.

Mexican folk dancing is a symbol of a good time that is recognized internationally by the upbeat music and the striking display of distinctive, eye catching colors. Cultural influences from history are often present in the dance of an area, and Mexico is no different. Historical events, like the Mexican Revolution, helped shape Mexican dance into what it is today.

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Created with images by Dance Photographer - Brendan Lally - "Mexican Dance" • tanakawho - "Mexican dance" • Dance Photographer - Brendan Lally - "Mexican Dance" • Ray_LAC - "Euphoric Dancer" • Dave Hamster - "Mexican Dancer" • cliff1066™ - "Los Quetzales Mexican Dance Ensemble" • Dave Hamster - "Mexican Dancer" • Dave Hamster - "Mexican Dancer" • Dave Hamster - "Mexican Dancer" • Peggy2012CREATIVELENZ - "Swirling skirts" • Dave Hamster - "Mexican Dancer"

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