mitote

(from the article `folk dance`) ...magic.` The same rounds, however, appeared also at weddings and other secular or semisecular gatherings. Such rounds survive in the mountains of ... A few indigenous dances survive in the mountains of Mexico. The circular mitote remains the ritual dance of the southern Tepehuan and other tribes of...
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mitote

(from the article `Native American music`) ...is the Plains courting flute, made popular by contemporary performers such as Carlos Nakai. The Pame people of Central Mexico have an unusual kind ...
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