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

Iztueta includes the zinta-danza as the last dances in the brokel-dantza cycle. Apart from that, Iztueta does not include any other detail about this dance. The zinta-dantza appears between the belauntxingo (wassail) and the uztai handiena (dance of the long arches) on page 10 of the dance programme performed by the dance group run by José Antonio Olano in Bilbao in 1858.
10. The Cinta-Danza or ribbon dance, with the dancers tightening and loosening it around a tree.

In José Antonio Azpiazu’s description of the brokel-dantza dating back to 1858, the author describes the zinta-dantza in the following terms:
"The ribbons The ribbon tree under which the Basques shelter, is the symbol of liberty, and the fabric that is formed using the ribbons represents the obstacles, relaxation and difficulties that surround war, together with the outcome, its happy ending that offers men a sweet and pleasurable perspective, providing them with the fortunate peace and harmony, and with it the reappearance of the yearned for and joyful freedom”

According to information gathered by Angel Murua, José Lorenzo Pujana taught dance classes in Legazpia between 1941 and 1942, and the zinta-danza was among the ones that he taught. The mast or pole that they used on that occasion to dance the zinta-dantza was between 5 and 6 metres high and a dove flew out of the upper end of the pole when the ribbons were unbraided.  This custom is still practised in the zinta-dantza that is danced in the Antzuola trokeo-dantza.