Tamborito, Panama's national dance

 “El Tamborito” means the
   little drum and it is more
 than a dance. The tamborito
...
PANAMANIAN FOLKLORICO DANCERS IN
              TRADITIONAL
COSTUMES & HAIR ORNAMENTS (Tembleques)
 Panama's folklore is fully expressed in its traditional
 dances, its colorful quot;Polleraquot;, the national costume, a...
The Diablicos Sucios Dance




     The Diablicos Sucios are the ones from
      Los Santos and Chitre, provinces. They
 ...
Reggaeton and its Origins

                   There are two existing versions of
                    reggaeton origin: so...
Famous Panamanian & Puertorican
                         Reggaeton Singers
Winsin & Yandel




                           ...
Bibliography

 Websites:
   http://ohpanama.com/2006/06/tamborito-
    panamas-national-dance.html
   http://panamalivi...
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Panama Dances

  1. 1. Tamborito, Panama's national dance  “El Tamborito” means the little drum and it is more than a dance. The tamborito is contagious. It is an expression of the Panamanian grace, faith, hopes, desires, s pirit and soul.  It is Panama’s typical and folkloric musical theatre. Its intoxicating rhythm and underlying emotions are communicated to all.
  2. 2. PANAMANIAN FOLKLORICO DANCERS IN TRADITIONAL COSTUMES & HAIR ORNAMENTS (Tembleques)
  3. 3.  Panama's folklore is fully expressed in its traditional dances, its colorful quot;Polleraquot;, the national costume, and quot;temblequesquot; (hair ornaments) worn by women; the embroidered, long- sleeved shirts, calf-high trousers, and a straw quot;Montunoquot; hat, the national costume worn by men. (Courtesy of Panamanian Folklore Dancers of Killeen, TX)
  4. 4. The Diablicos Sucios Dance  The Diablicos Sucios are the ones from Los Santos and Chitre, provinces. They wear red and black stripped suits that originally were painted with charcoal and  The cone that they use to hold the quot;achiotequot; over cotton quot;manta suciaquot; and mask is beautifully decorated with carried an animal bladder that usually red guacamaya feathers. They also stank; when they danced and sweated the use castanets and a stick. There is no colors ran off making a dirty look-hence narrative sequence in this dance. the name quot;suciosquot;.
  5. 5. Reggaeton and its Origins  There are two existing versions of reggaeton origin: some say that it originated in Panama, others argue that this musical direction comes from Puerto Rico. That is actually where the majority of reggaeton singers come from.  Reggaeton actually developed from Jamaican Reggae, but was certainly influenced by various other musical directions, like for example, North American Hip- Hop and Puerto Rican rhythms.
  6. 6. Famous Panamanian & Puertorican Reggaeton Singers Winsin & Yandel Daddy Yankee Don Omar Eddy Lover & Demphra Flex
  7. 7. Bibliography  Websites:  http://ohpanama.com/2006/06/tamborito- panamas-national-dance.html  http://panamaliving.com/mi_panama.html  http://www.czimages.com/CZMemories/Photos/di ablicos/diablicopres.htm  http://www.reggaeton-in- cuba.com/en/history.htm

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