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Kwakiutli indiaanlased

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Published on Jul 14, 2012

Vaata pikemalt: http://youtu.be/_iJEvu9et6s
loe veel: http://www.calvinhunt.com/dance.htm

Augustikuus 2011 toimunud Birgitta festivalile olid teiste hulgas kutsutud ka väga eksootilised külalised peaaegu teiselt poolt maakera: Kanada läänerannikul, Victoria saare põhjaosas elavate Kwakiutli indiaanlaste vanu kombeid tutvustav trupp „Copper maker dancers" esitas mõningaid pühasid tseremooniaid, mida nad viivad läbi oma traditsioonilistel kinkimispidustustel. Kwakwala keeles tähistab neid pidustusi sõna - potlatch.
Põhja-Ameerika pärismaalased jagasid meiega oma muret kwakwala keele ja Kwakiutli rahva väljasuremisohu pärast , aga samuti rõõme, tutvustades oma iidset kultuuri ja kuidas nad seda säilitada ning taas õitsele puhuda üritavad.

Within many performers invited to the Birgitta Festival (Estonia) in august 2011,
there was a group of very exotic guests almost from the other side of the world.
From the western coast of Canada, Northern part of Vancouver Island came
the Copper Maker Dancers who carry on the Kwakiutl Indians´ culture.
They performed some traditional sacred ceremonies of dance that are practiced
during the gift-giving festivals. Such festivities are called potlatch in kwakwala language.
The indigenous people of North-America shared with us their concern about keeping
the Kwakiutl culture and the kwakwala language alive.
They also shared the joy of demonstrating their ancestral songs and dances
and told us how they try to preserve their heritage and even make it flourish.

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