Rancho Folclórico das Moleirinhas de Marinhas


History: Founded in 1982, this folk dance group consisting of forty-five members who wear fashions of the past and demonstrate through their dancing and singing traditions and customs of yore this parish, being a true cultural ambassador of the county. In 1998, after having written two papers on tape, Rancho see released his first CD, even becoming one of the first groups in the area to show such success. A year later, it gives life to another major project aimed at preservation and dissemination of folklore this continuous Ranch, with the birth of the Child Group "Moleirinhas Marine".

The singing and dancing the Moleirinhas have traversed the country from end-to-les having as well as some foreign countries, depending directly from another association of this parish, the United Youth Marine.

This ranch is the folklore of Minho (Minho Low), the region to which it belongs, with the grind is cut for its folklore, the simple and beautiful dances, its soft songs that recall the life of millers and millers since the farmer sows , watering, knit the ears, and harvest until the millers will get the mules corn, which then crushed in the mills or water mills, is returned to the farmer by paying an glosses.

 The costume work or field consists of simple clothes, the woman wearing a scratched bar to the bottom skirt, white petticoat, blouse cheetah on the apron and smooth facades to the belt. At the head of a Chinese hat and scarf. The man wore pants and striped shirt farm or square as well as a façade. Went barefoot or wore punches, coming up with the hammer and spikes basket-shaped representation of fieldwork.

The Domingueiro Costume is richer, the emerging man with pants finest farm linen shirt embroidered in white over dark vest and hat. The woman also wore a white blouse, embroidered in white, typical vest, detachable scarf, skirt and a richer farm and half white apron. The luxurious shawls on hand were used only in cases of bereavement or in harsh winters, and gold completed this costume.

The Costume Miller was poor and convenient, a simple man wearing jeans, no fixed color and the scratched, shirts into squares, facades to the belt and beret on his head. Could use punches or walking barefoot. The woman suit, somewhat similar to the male element, consisted of a scratched skirt, smooth or quartejada blouse facha the belt scarf and Chinese. The constant loading batches to the head or back, forcing this element to walking barefoot in order to go the lighter tracks. Was accustomed to wear kilts, wool and embroidery esbicados using best fabrics inside the costume.

The Black Tie women was made with the finest, bright and on the natural, with rameados or flowery fabric itself and without any manual embroidery fabrics. It consisted of a long skirt and jacket with or without collar, using blouse or not, as the shape of the jacket itself. Wore finer slippers, embroidered white socks to thigh and headscarf, with no bright colors, but to excel in clear tones. The male element wore black pants farm, white shirt, and vest over dark black shoe.

Group Composition: 
This ranch has grown in enriched quality its artistic heritage with a vast repertoire of traditional dances and songs and a rich toccata gathering instruments as diverse as the cavaquinho, a tambourine, accordion, the concertina, banjo, the require the bass drum and triangle. Between dancers and dançadeiras, players and cantadeiras, this ranch is comprised of 45 adults and 22 children.

Dances and Songs
: Belonging to the Minho region, rich in folklore, we can not fail to emphasize our Malhões, Chulas, Regadinhos, Vareiras, You turn, etc.. also taking into account the simple and beautiful dances that are part of their repertoire, are the strong traditions of the region.

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