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Danza ritual del fuego ( Ritual Fire Dance ) is a movement of the ballet El amor brujo [1] (The Bewitched Love), written by the Spanish composer Manuel de Falla in 1915. It was made popular by the composer's own piano arrangement. [2] The dance has a duration of about three to four and a half minutes.

The work can be associated to 1910 Rimsky-Korsakov's Flight of the Bumblebee [3] due to its fast, repetitive trills and ornaments . The piece was also influenced by the traditional, religious ceremony of a fire dance. This is a dance which was used to worship the fire-god, and in which people would often jump through or leap around the fire. [4] [5]

In De Falla's ballet, El amor brujo , a young Andalusian gypsy girl called Candela is haunted by the ghost of her dead husband. To get rid of him, all the gypsies make a large circle around their campfire at midnight. Candela then performs the Ritual Fire Dance. This causes the ghost to appear, with whom she then dances. As they whirl around faster and faster, the ghost is drawn into the fire, making it vanish forever. [6]

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Our ritual year begins at Imbolc. Each Fire Festival is linked to Brighid’s myths and lore in some way and may be observed with reading and meditating on these sacred stories. Festival celebrations are traditionally held on the evening before the actual date, following the ancient Celtic tradition of days being marked from sundown to sundown.

While Clann Bhride only officially celebrates the four Fire Festivals, we do recognize other points in the year as opportunities for celebrating Brighid’s presence in the world. These dates may be particularly appropriate for individuals who follow the Wheel of the Year, a relatively recent concept which includes the four Fire Festivals as well as the two solstices and equinoxes.

Traditionally the festival of Aine of Munster, a goddess associated with healing herbs, poetic inspiration and sexuality, fell on St. John’s Day or June 24. This is near the summer solstice but not directly associated with it. If you want to celebrate midsummer, it would be a good day to honor Brighid as the Three Sisters: Brighid the Poetess (whose sunbeams strike the plants along the Boyne river once every seven years on this date, creating the Imbas), Brighid the healer (since healing herbs gathered on this date were said to be at their most powerful), and Brighid the Smith (since forge fires are reminiscent of the bonfires held on this day).

Danza ritual del fuego ( Ritual Fire Dance ) is a movement of the ballet El amor brujo [1] (The Bewitched Love), written by the Spanish composer Manuel de Falla in 1915. It was made popular by the composer's own piano arrangement. [2] The dance has a duration of about three to four and a half minutes.

The work can be associated to 1910 Rimsky-Korsakov's Flight of the Bumblebee [3] due to its fast, repetitive trills and ornaments . The piece was also influenced by the traditional, religious ceremony of a fire dance. This is a dance which was used to worship the fire-god, and in which people would often jump through or leap around the fire. [4] [5]

In De Falla's ballet, El amor brujo , a young Andalusian gypsy girl called Candela is haunted by the ghost of her dead husband. To get rid of him, all the gypsies make a large circle around their campfire at midnight. Candela then performs the Ritual Fire Dance. This causes the ghost to appear, with whom she then dances. As they whirl around faster and faster, the ghost is drawn into the fire, making it vanish forever. [6]

Uploaded by Harmonie des Deux Rives-Paris on May 1, 2005

Danza ritual del fuego ( Ritual Fire Dance ) is a movement of the ballet El amor brujo [1] (The Bewitched Love), written by the Spanish composer Manuel de Falla in 1915. It was made popular by the composer's own piano arrangement. [2] The dance has a duration of about three to four and a half minutes.

The work can be associated to 1910 Rimsky-Korsakov's Flight of the Bumblebee [3] due to its fast, repetitive trills and ornaments . The piece was also influenced by the traditional, religious ceremony of a fire dance. This is a dance which was used to worship the fire-god, and in which people would often jump through or leap around the fire. [4] [5]

In De Falla's ballet, El amor brujo , a young Andalusian gypsy girl called Candela is haunted by the ghost of her dead husband. To get rid of him, all the gypsies make a large circle around their campfire at midnight. Candela then performs the Ritual Fire Dance. This causes the ghost to appear, with whom she then dances. As they whirl around faster and faster, the ghost is drawn into the fire, making it vanish forever. [6]


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