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    Stream Tracks and Playlists from Aztek [Low Figures] on your desktop or mobile device. With your consent, we would like to use cookies and similar technologies to enhance your experience with our service, for analytics, and for advertising purposes.
  • Voodoomi says:
    Jun 14,  · Ceremonial Traditions June 14, / 0 Comments / in Living, This ceremony offers the chance for people to dance their prayers into the altar of Mother Earth. It is also a way to connect with the Deer Spirit, probably the most important of the Huichol animal powers. The deer is seen as an elder brother, a guide, which the shamans use to.
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    Aztec Music. Aztec society had rich traditions of art and music and just like in other domains of Aztec life the influence of religion was always present. Great attention was paid on musical rhythms and sounds. But music was not used just for religious purposes but it was also used for enjoyment and entertainment in addition to it being a system of passing on the Aztec culture to future.
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    Aztek [a] Artist. Edit Artist ; Share. Marketplace 3 For Sale. Vinyl and CD Discography; 2 Releases 1 Albums 1 Miscellaneous 4 Appearances 1 Albums 3 Compilations 2 Credits 1 Instruments.
  • Tojazil says:
    Aztec Music. The importance of Aztec music in the lives of the citizens of the empire is hinted at in this quote from Spanish friar Gerónimo de Mendieta. Each lord had in his house a chapel with composer-singers of dances and songs, and these were thought to be ingenious in knowing how to compose the songs in their manner of meter and the couplets that they had.
  • Akiktilar says:
    In a May ceremony called Toxcatl, an individual was chosen to represent Tezcatlipoca, the god of fate or destiny. The victim was treated as and portrayed the god until the time of his sacrifice. During this 17 day-long festival, people indulged in feasting and dancing and .

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