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Honduras has rich folk traditions that derive from the fusion of four different racial groups: indigenous, European, African and Creole. Each department or region, municipality, village and even hamlet contributes its own traditions including costumes, music, beliefs, stories, and all the elements that derive from and are transformed by peoples in a population. In sum, these define Honduran Folklore as expressed by crafts , tales , legends , music and dances. Numerous characters form part of the folklore and popular beliefs of Honduras. Some are designed to terrorize listeners, while others try to convince listeners to behave well or they may suffer an unhappy outcome described in a story. The exact details of a story often differs between villages or regions, or according to the style of a story teller.

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Honduras has rich folk traditions that derive from the fusion of four different racial groups: indigenous, European, African and Creole. Each department or region, municipality, village and even hamlet contributes its own traditions including costumes, music, beliefs, stories, and all the elements that derive from and are transformed by peoples in a population.

In sum, these define Honduran Folklore as expressed by crafts , tales , legends , music and dances. Numerous characters form part of the folklore and popular beliefs of Honduras. Some are designed to terrorize listeners, while others try to convince listeners to behave well or they may suffer an unhappy outcome described in a story. The exact details of a story often differs between villages or regions, or according to the style of a story teller.

Some characters of legend that stand out are: [2]. The music of the indigenous groups is derived from cultural traditions of the pre-Hispanic civilizations of Central America.

Some of the pre-Hispanic musical instruments include Mud Frogs Whistles type of whistle made from clay or mud in the shape of a frog , conch shells, tortoise shells, and maracas. The maracas are two hollowed-out shells, which contain natural seeds, called "tears of Saint Peter. There is a variety of Honduran traditional or folkloric clothes and costumes, mostly named for the region from which they originated.

Traditional clothing and music are often labeled by one of four broad categories:. Within these categories, costumes are categorized by specific region department, city or municipality, village, or hamlet and ethnic group from which they originate. As each province has its own traditions, music and beliefs, so it was for dance. The indigenous dances are influenced primarily by the pre-Columbian culture.

The following are indigenous dances that have been authenticated by the National Office of Folklore:. The creole or mestizo dances result from the mix of indigenous and Europeans in the new world. The following are creole dances that have been authenticated by the National Office of Folklore:. These dances have movements characteristic of animals and also of some activities like fairs, bullfights, frights, flights of birds, and hunts.

The dances originating from Spanish colonial influences, which have been assimilated by the people without losing their traditional essence. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

This article uses HTML markup. For help finding or replacing the problematic tags, see instructions. February There are currently around different costumes registered with the National Office of Folklore Oficina del Folclore Nacional , and additional customs are added as they are researched and authenticated.

There are currently around different dances registered with the National Office of Folklore Oficina del Folclore Nacional , and additional dances are added as they are researched and authenticated. Culture and Customs of Honduras. Culture and Customs of Latin America and the Caribbean. Westport Connecticut: Greenwood Press. Cultura Popular in Spanish. Retrieved World Directory of Minorities and Indigenous Peoples.

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