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7B FANDANGO Beatriz Bim, Antonio Abud, Giulia Napoli, João Pedro Bispo


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Transcript of 7B FANDANGO Beatriz Bim, Antonio Abud, Giulia Napoli, João Pedro Bispo

The Fandango
The fandango is a typical dance of caiçaras.
It began when men was stepping on rice for pulling off the shell, they realized that this act created
a rhythm.
Then women passed with a long
skirt to remove the shell, then they were
creating the dance fandango. So, with the
instruments, they formed the Fandango.

About fandango
- Students:
Beatriz de Souza Bim
Giulia Mariana Napoli
Antonio Nicolau Abud Neto
João Pedro Ragghiante Bispo

- Teachers:
Sandra Adelizzi
Rodrigo Lemonica
Lourenço Castanho school 2013

Background Music:
Grupo de Fandango Batido São Gonçalo
In: Batendo as tamancas - 01 Dança de São Gonçalo
Fandango for caiçaras
Photo by: Beatriz Bim
In all music styles, instruments are essential. They
are essential in the fandango too. The main instruments
Rabeca, viola, caixa and pandeiro.
Photo by: Beatriz Bim
Fandango is very important to the culture
of the caiçaras. They performed the fandango
in Cardoso Island.
Fandango happened in the mutirão. The
mutirão was made ​​when a caiçara asked help to
others in agriculture or hunting and as thanks
the caiçara made ​​a "party" with food, and like
every party, there was music, in this case
the fandango.
But with the hunting ban and the law that no people
could live on the island, the caiçaras could no longer do the mutirão, and then, the fandango was no longer performed. But today, the caiçaras made ​​every attempt to rescue their culture, and of course, the fandango too.
Photo by: Beatriz Bim
Dancing is one of the most important parts of the fandango.
Men dance a kind of
tap dance, and women
do a simpler dance, with
their ​​long skirt.
The fandango dance has
several choreographies
such as in pairs or alone. Also the tap dance makes the dance more interesting.
Photo by: Beatriz Bim
Photo by: Beatriz Bim
Photo by: Beatriz Bim
Photo by: Beatriz Bim
Photo by: Beatriz Bim
Photo by: Beatriz Bim
Photo by: Beatriz Bim
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