Makila txikiena
Makila handiena
Uztai txikiena
Uztai handiena
Doinu zaharrak
Punta motz
Ehun eta bikoa

In the document discovered by Juan Antonio Urbeltz chronicling the visit to San Sebastián in 1828 by King Ferdinand VII, the belauntxingo comes after the makila handiena (dance of the long sticks): “…until victory is celebrated and the sticks are dropped, and with hearts in their hands they dance to the tune of the merry Villancico [“carol”](Belaunchingoa). In the last measure, they offer and throw to the authorities the hearts that they bear in their hands, thus bringing the dance to its end”.

This text uses both the names given to the dance: Villancico [“carol”] and Belaunchingoa. In the programme for the entertainment presented in Bilbao in 1858 by the dance group of José Antonio Olano, the belauntxingo is described as follows: “Dance of Carols including jumps with and without turns”. For his part, in the leaflet published in 1858 under the title Description of the public entertainments of Guipúzcoa and in particular of its dances, José Antonio Azpiazu has this to say:
Villancico. "Finally, joyful and relaxed without the weight of their weapons, which they lay down exhausted, they dance to a merry tune that expresses their pleasure and satisfaction at the glory won over the enemy, with jumps and movements of lively exuberance”.