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Huehue

Copyright© Jesús Guzmán-Moya This image is protected under International Copyright laws and may not be downloaded, reproduced, copied, transmitted or manipulated without written permission. Son nombres de danzas que imitan los bailes europeos del siglo XIX. Cuando fue la invasión francesa en 1862, las tropas, a la hora de descansar, tocaban y bailaban, la música y danzas que traían consigo. El pueblo mexicano los observaba y los imitó para ridiculizarlos, sin saber que estaban introduciendo un elemento cultural nuevo a su música y bailes nacionales. No fueron iguales, ni en vestidos, ni en pasos, ni en música, solo fueron imitaciones, pero sirvieron para desarrollar una nueva creatividad. Las cuadrillas bailan en las calles recorriéndolas durante esta fiesta. These are names of dances that imitate European dances of the 19th Century. During the French Intervention in 1862, the troops, as the rested, would play and dance the music they brought with them. The Mexican people would watch, then imitate to ridicule them, without realizing that they were introducing a new cultural element to the national music and dance. They were not the same in costume, steps, nor music, they were only imitations, but they served as the foundation of a new creativity. They dance the cuadrillas in the streets during this party.

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