What religious events did your ancestors observe with deremonial dances?
Ash Wednesday,Easter,and Christmas
B. Nature 1. Occupational dances - depict actions of a labor of a specific occupation, industry or human labor 2. Religious Ceremonial dances - dances with religious vows and ceremonies 3. Comic dances - depict funny movements intended for entertainment 4. Game dances - done with play elements 5. Wedding dances - performed during wedding feasts 6. Courtship dances - depict the art of courtship or dances with love themes 7. Festival dances - suitable…
The "Jarabe Tapatio", "La bamba" and many other folkloric dances are performed to entertain tourists. There are other dances that form part of religious and historic festivals and celebrations. Mexicans usually dance techno, hip-hop, duranguense, quebradita as well as cumbia and salsa as means of entertainment in parties and when going out with their friends.
well, every year in summer the hopi, zuni, and other pueblo Indians held a religiouse celebration. The ceremony called on the kachinas, or spirits of the ancestors. The pueblo believed the kachinas had the power to bring a plentiful harvest. At the festival, masked dancers played the role of different kachinas. They danced and sang songs to bring rain in the year ahead. Today, the pueblo also carved kachina dolls, as well as hold dances.
By African Traditional Religion (ATR), missionaries and Western people (white people) when they came to Africa, looked at what black people did in Africa and called it evil. They sarcastically termed it African Traditional Religion because they said it was a black man's religion. ATR looks at how Africans live, their culture and customs as well as how they worship. Worship or religion in Africa is centered on a Deity commonly referred to with different…
That"s like asking if alcoholism is? some religious sects are admamantly opposed to the practice, such as some Baptist groups. I do not knowif any give it the(no pun intended) Glad Hand. There wee things such as Ring dances in the Service Academies which had ceremonial overtones, but these were not religious-any more than Flag salutes would be.
The Philippines are home to a variety of native dances, and these dances can vary in their purpose, usually for some societal function. Traditional Filipino dances can generally be grouped into the following categories: mimetic dances (i.e. dances that imitate the movements of other creatures or things in nature), ritualistic dances, life-cycle dances (i.e. dances for life functions such as marriage), and party dances.