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sábado, 24 de dezembro de 2016

Cape Town of St. Augustine opens Bacamarte Museum. Pernambuco Brazil. --- Prefeitura do Cabo de Santo Agostinho inaugura Museu do Bacamarte. Pernambuco, Brasil.

The Art of Making Shots.

Official opening takes place at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday (22), with a lecture on female participation in wars such as Paraguay.






The culture of Pernambuco will count, from today, with another equipment available to the population. The municipality of Cabo de Santo Agostinho, Metropolitan Region of Recife, inaugurates, from 17h, a museum entirely dedicated to the bacamarte tradition, in which battalions unite to shoot gunpowder through long-barreled weapons, usually during the June festivities and Christmas Located at the Headquarters of the Bacamarteiros do Cabo - Sobac (Vicar João Batista Street, 157, Centro), the museum will be named after the Pernambucano Olímpio Bonald Neto, an academic and author of the book Bacamarte, Pólvora e Povo.

It was Professor Olimpio who left much of the collection of books on popular culture and folklore, in addition to the photographs that will make up the space. Sculptures gathered by Sobac will also be on display. During the inauguration there will be a talk about the participation of women in the Paraguayan War, where the bacamarte culture was born, given by Rosa Bezerra, president of the Núcleo de Estudos do Cangaço.



THE PLACE

Commanded by the teacher, poet and artist Ivan Marinho, the Society of Bacamarteiros had the support of the municipal administration to inaugurate the museum, giving the property for use for a period of ten years.

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Bacamarte is a firearm, of short and wide barrel, also known as granadeira, reiuna, reuna or riuna, mainly, in the Brazilian Northeast. The granadillas or bacamartes that served in the War of Paraguay, in 1865, were modified so that the arms adapted to the use of the bicamarteiros in the celebrations of the interior of Pernambuco. Since the end of the 19th century, groups of flamingoes exhibit during the June festivals.




In general, folguedo is made up of men and in some battles the presence of women bearing brigands, who are shot with loads of dry powder, in honor of the patron saints or in civic and political ceremonies.

The way the gurnards group together is rather primitive. There are no formalities or regulations. It is only necessary to have a blunderbuss, obey the sergeant and know how to handle the weapon. The 8-string accordion, the triangle, the tanned leather zabumba and the fife band accompany the giants to the sound of a tune of xaxado, which is accelerated in the parades or slow in the evolutions, in the presentation of the arms, in front of the Churches And before the beginning of the salvos. The garment consists of zuarte clothing (blue cotton), neckerchief, leather hat, espadrilles and tundish cartridges.

The gulls from the swamps, wear wide-brimmed hats, broken in the front, adorned with wild flowers. They also put flowers in the barrels of arms.

The garment consists of zuarte clothing (blue cotton), neckerchief, leather hat, espadrilles and tundish cartridges. The gulls from the swamps, wear wide-brimmed hats, broken in the front, adorned with wild flowers. They also put flowers in the barrels of arms.


Commanders display stars on their shoulders and hats as a command symbol. Even Caruaru being considered the largest pole of bacamarteiros in the State, there are also groups in other municipalities of Pernambuco like Cabo, Limoeiro, Belo Jardim and Bonito








Cultura e conhecimento são ingredientes essenciais para a sociedade.

A cultura e o amor devem estar juntos.

Vamos compartilhar.




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Prefeitura do Cabo de Santo Agostinho inaugura Museu do Bacamarte. Pernambuco, Brasil. 

Bacamarteiros a Arte de Fazer Tiros.

Abertura oficial acontece às 17h desta quinta-feira (22), com palestra sobre participação feminina em guerras como a do Paraguai.

A cultura pernambucana contará, a partir de hoje, com mais um equipamento à disposição da população. O município do Cabo de Santo Agostinho, Região Metropolitana do Recife, inaugura, a partir das 17h, um museu inteiramente dedicado à tradição do bacamarte, na qual batalhões se unem para disparar pólvora através das armas de cano longo, geralmente durante as festas juninas e natalinas. Localizado na Sede da Sociedade dos Bacamarteiros do Cabo - Sobac (Rua Vigário João Batista, 157, Centro), o museu levará o nome do pernambucano Olímpio Bonald Neto, acadêmico e autor do livro Bacamarte, Pólvora e Povo.

Foi do professor Olímpio que partiu boa parte do acervo de livros sobre cultura popular e folclore, além das fotografias que vão compor o espaço. Esculturas reunidas pela Sobac também estarão expostas. Durante a inauguração acontecerá uma palestra a respeito da participação de mulheres na Guerra do Paraguai, onde surgiu a cultura do bacamarte, ministrada por Rosa Bezerra, presidente do Núcleo de Estudos do Cangaço.

O LUGAR

Comandada pelo professor, poeta e artista plástico Ivan Marinho, a Sociedade dos Bacamarteiros contou com apoio da gestão municipal para inaugurar o museu, cedendo o imóvel para utilização por um período de dez anos.

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