• General 21.10.2020

    One of the terms used to talk about the Act of the ija dances yvyra is onemoiti. Click NYU Stern Center for Responsible Business to learn more. Nemoichi is translated by the classic guaraniologo Cadogan as rapid movements that men run on a dance in which mimic a dance of the Tupas. Cadogan also describes the native language, which says mimicking the behaviour of the Tupas proceed thus, executing dance steps, going to the encounter of the other one, crossing well with each other (1971: 163). Among the Kaiova, I mainly watched a movement that diverts the bodies toward the sides, using such firmness of the feet and the knees and a rolling toward the sides of the upper trunk. Nimuendaju describes a choreography apapocuva6 in which two danzarines leaving the extremities of left and right wings, dance in one direction of the other, and before crossing back to execute movements as if each wanted to prevent the passage of another (1987 1914: 86-87).

    The Kaiova run these movements in the same way. One of the meanings that I learned guarani music was a route for attack and defence body/spiritual training, a struggle in which the movement of esquivarse7, mbogua, is the most important, in a behavior which refers to our understanding of what would be the martial arts. The choreographic movement mbogua runs mainly with shoulders, part of the body considered to be of fundamental importance for the Guarani. In several choreographies of the Kaiova dancers cross diverted from the shoulders. Nimuendaju describes the joaca, a dance apapocuva, defined by him as a fighter with the spirits, in which highlights the movement of the shoulder with the following words: bow and arrow in his left hand, maraca on the right, our two groups, starting from the ends of the House, began approaching, jogging to the beat. When they arrive at the Middle, the two groups crisscrossed running towards the corners of the House, where quickly gave half a turn to again to load one against the other.

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