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Carnaval de Barranquilla GRAN DESFILE 2009

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Published on Apr 15, 2009

GRAN DESFILE de Carnaval de Barranquilla, Colombia 2009. Barranquilla es un importante puerto comercial en la Costa Caribeña Colombiana.

EL CARNAVAL.


http://www.carnavaldebarranquilla.org

El Carnaval de Barranquilla es una fiesta de Colombia para el mundo. Una y fantásticos fiesta de cumbias, porros, mapalés, gaitas, chandés, puyas, fandangos merecumbés. Es una fiesta de sones y danzones. Una fiesta que recoge tradiciones basadas en la creatividad de nuestros pueblos expresada en la danza, en la música, en las artesanías, en los disfraces y en las formas de festejar. El Carnaval de Barranquilla es único en el mundo, por su diversidad cultural y por ser una fiesta donde todos somos protagonistas. Cada danza, cada grupo folclórico, cada disfraz participa para hacer de la fiesta el mejor espectáculo del mundo, pero no sólo para mostrarlo, sino, y muy especialmente, para gozarlo.

El Carnaval de Barranquilla es indígena, blanco y negro. Pero también es mulato, zambo, mestizo. Su diversidad lo hace único y mágico, inigualable e insuperable. Es propiedad de todos y se manifiesta en un modo de ser y de sentir diferente ........................................................................................................................................


Barranquilla's Carnaval is a carnival with traditions that date back to the 19th century. It takes place for four days preceding Ash Wednesday. During the carnival the city of Barranquilla's normal activities are paralyzed because the city gets busy with street dances, musical and masquerade parades. Barranquilla's Carnival is reputed for being second in size to Rio's. The Barranquilla Carnival includes dances like the Spanish paloteo, African congo and indigenous mico y micas. Many styles of Colombian music are also performed, most prominently cumbia, and instruments include drums and wind ensembles. The Carnival of Barranquilla was proclaimed by UNESCO, in November 2003, as one of the Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity, during Olga Lucia Rodriquez carnival queen year. The Carnaval Itself: Barranquilla's Carnaval is a Colombian feast exposed to the world. The feast contains a mixture of cumbia, porro, mapale, gaita, chandé, puya, fandango, and fantásticos merecumbés. These are examples of many styles of colombian music. It is a feast that gathers up tradition based on the creativity of the Colombian people, and it is expressed by various forms of dancing, by means of music, by different forms of art works, by the wearing of different costumes, and by the way of celebrating. The Carnaval of Barranquilla is unique because of its cultural diversity and because it is a feast where the people are the main protagonists. Every dance, every folkloric group, and every custom play different roles to make the feast the best show on earth.

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