Artisan long for preserving folk dance

  • ngày 24/12/2018

Artisan Bui Van Hung in Xuan Truong commune, Tho Xuan district, Thanh Hoa province is well known for his in-depth knowledge about Xuan Pha folk dance.
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Xuan Pha is a traditional dance in Xuan Truong commune, Tho Xuan district, Thanh Hoa province, which has been handed down through many generations
One part of the dance consists of rituals worshipping the village god, Dai Hai Long Vuong, a meritorious official of the Dinh and Tien Le dynasties in the 10th century
In the past, the Xuan Pha dance called for the participation of residents from five villages, each in charge of one of the dances
There are five dances: Chiem Thanh, Hoa Lang, Tu Huan, Ai Lao and Ngo Quoc
Performers of Xuan Pha dance wear painted masks and don strange costumes
They sing and dance, and sometimes howl, causing viewers to feel as if they are in some kind of wonderland
Xuan Pha dance is held on the 10th and 12th days of the second month of the lunar calendar



Artisan Bui Van Hung in Xuan Truong commune, Tho Xuan district, Thanh Hoa province has dedicated his whole life to Xuan Pha folk dances

He often spends time sketching illustrations of dance moves for young dancers
Artisan Hung and a carpenter carve masks for Xuan Pha dances
Bui Van Hung teaches signature Xuan Pha dance moves to pupils in Xuan Truong commune
The artisan and local dance troupe in special costumes of Tu Huan dance (one of five Xuan Pha dances)
The artisan often hits a drum in rehearsals and performances to ensure performers sway to the beat
Artisan Bui Van Hung helps artists with costumes before performing Ngo Quoc dance in 2018 Lam Kinh festival 

Source: Vietnamnet

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