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Legends & dances of old Mexico

Norma Schwendener

Legends & dances of old Mexico

by Norma Schwendener

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Published by A. S. Barnes and company, incorporated in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mexico.
    • Subjects:
    • Folk dancing -- Mexico.,
    • Indian dance -- Mexico.,
    • Folk dance music -- Mexico.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes music.

      Statementby Norma Schwendener ... and Averil Tibbels ...
      ContributionsTibbels, Averil, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGV1627 .S35
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 111 p.
      Number of Pages111
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6305006M
      LC Control Number34012850

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      Regional styles of Mexican music vary greatly vary from state to state. Norteño, banda, duranguense, Mexican Son music and other Mexican country music genres are often known as regional Mexican music because each state produces different musical sounds and lyrics.. Baja California Has a characteristic style derived from the huapango norteño, known as calabaceado. There are many different Latin American folktales and legends with different creatures and spirits in the staring role. The folklore is very similar throughout most Latin American countries. There is a strong Spanish and African influence on the creatures and the stories.

      Part of our new and growing Myths, Mysteries and Legends series, Myths, Mysteries and Legends of New Mexico explores unusual phenomena, strange events, and mysteries in the Land of Enchantment's history. Each episode included in the book is a story unto itself, and the tone and style of the book. Myths and Legends of our Own Land, by Charles M. Skinner, [], at THE BROAD HOUSE Down in the canon of Chaco, New Mexico, stands a building evidently coeval with those of the cliff dwellers, that is still in good preservation and is called the Broad House.


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