DRAGIBUS - MASCARADE (CD)


"Father Christmas exists! I've seen him! He must have been no more than twelve years old... Once upon a time old rural tradition had it that the boys of the village wore masks and went from door to door singing and dancing by way of begging in exchange for bringing good luck. They called it *"The Mascarades"*... For the Christmas mascarade, which took place on New Year's Eve, there was an additional character called "The Old Man", who knew everything and had a long white beard. With the passage of time and change of customs and beliefs, "The Old Man", or "Father Christmas" has taken on numerous forms and given rise to diverse rural traditions in Western and Central Europe." (Lore / Dragibus)
in stock | FR| 2006| AUTOBUS | 13.90


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