Sociólogo - Escritor

"La Casa de la Magdalena" (1977), "Essays of Resistance" (1991), "El destino de Norte América", de José Carlos Mariátegui. En narrativa ha escrito la novela "Secreto de desamor", Rentería Editores, Lima 2007, "Mufida, La angolesa", Altazor Editores, Lima, 2011; "Mujeres malas Mujeres buenas", (2013) vicio perfecto vicio perpetuo, poesía. Algunos ensayos, notas periodísticas y cuentos del autor aparecen en diversos medios virtuales. Jorge Aliaga es peruano-escocés y vive entre el Perú y Escocia.

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15 de abril de 2013

Peruvian Dance - Marinera

Marinera is a coastal dance of Peru, Generally called the "National Dance of MARINERA."  Marinera is a graceful and romantic couple's dance that uses handkerchiefs as props. The dance is an elegant and stylized reenactment of a courtship, and it shows a blend of the different cultures of Peru. The dance itself has Gained a lot of recognition and is one of the most popular traditional dances of Peru. Ever since the 1960s, During the month of January, in the city of Trujillo, Declared National Capital of this dance by law No. 24447, January 24, in 1986, and a National Contest of Northern marinera is held. In year 2012 the Congress of Peruvian republic declared October 7 as Marinera day and in Trujillo city is celebrated with a parade and dance expressions.
The origin of Marinera is Generally Traced back to the zamacueca, nevertheless, there are various other theories about from where it comes.  Musical instruments: drawer, clarinets, guitars, drums, and bugles.