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Practicamos al distanciamiento sociales y lo reconocemos con saludos modificados.
Queremos ser su mariachi preferido.
Que Dios los bendiga
Mil gracias
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What You Should Know About the Legendary Mexican Hat Dance

//What You Should Know About the Legendary Mexican Hat Dance

What You Should Know About the Legendary Mexican Hat Dance

The is well known throughout the world as the national folk song of Mexico. Most of the time when people are asked to name a song related to Mexico, they mention this song. Along with other songs like “La Cucaracha”.

Here’s what you need to know about the dance

The popularity of this song and dance came from Anna Pavlova from Russia. This ballerina visited Mexico in 1919 and was so enthralled and passionate about the culture and costumes that she began performing the dance now performed throughout Mexico in the on pointe style while wearing a China Poblana outfit.

Mexican culture embraced this with honor and placed it in permanent importance in the culture. The dance was created during the revolution at the beginning of the 1900s to encourage national unity. The Jarabe style of dance in which the thrives is a combination of different styles of dance and song.

Costumes for the Mexican Folk dance

Costumes for men and women were not created simultaneously. The “standard” outfits worn for this style of song and dance hail from the 1800’s servant outfit (China Poblana). It was worn by the women and the charro suit worn by men during the 1930 emergence of . Different combinations have been utilized throughout the history of the dance, but today it features a mixture of time periods, much like the style of and dance this wonderful experience utilizes.

This style does not need to be performed by a set number of people. A solo performer is just as welcome to dance in this way as a large group at a party, however, the styles differ.

  • Pair or group: Performers stand with their feet together and their arms by the sides. The partners move in circles around one another while performing various arm movements. Upon completion of the routine “olé” is exclaimed. Even when done in a group, pairing off occurs with little variance between one couple or several people dancing at once. Young and old alike can learn and love this style.
  • Solo: A hat is thrown on the floor, hence the name, (and unlike the group or pair dancing) and the dancer jumps around the hat while only touching the rim slightly with one foot. Hands are held in fists and placed at the side of the body near the waist. Steps are performed in and then the other, switching the foot which touched the hat previously. Much like the group/partner performance, the dancer will exclaim “olé” and a clap.

Contact Alegre De Tucson

Contact Alegre De Tucson for your next big party. And when we perform the , all your guests will get excited to perform and watch this traditionally wonderfully fun dance. Who knows? Maybe some of our members will grab you by the hand and teach you the dance personally. Embracing the Mexican culture and pride is only one way to make a party one to remember!

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