Four fidgety, deformed personages.
The Nans Nous (New Dwarves)
They were first used in the Patum in 1890 to replace the Old Dwarves, which were in a very poor state of repair. Fortunately, the Old Dwarves were restored and they are still part of the Patum. The New Dwarves consist of two pairs, one young and one old, that dance to the strains of a cheerful melody composed at the end of the 19th century by Joaquim Serra i Farriols, “Quimserra”. This melody has become one of the most popular and best-known of the music pieces played during the Patum. It is included in the repertory of many Catalan amateur dance groups, with the title of “The Patum of Berga”. Before, the Dwarves had danced to various tunes that were in vogue at the time.

Han col·laborat desinteresadament entre altres:
Salvador Vinyes - Anna Parcerisa - Berta Francàs - Albert Rumbo - Ma Dolors Santandreu - Jordi
Cohen - Foto Luigi - Toni Sales - Sílvia Massana - Mireia Ferran - Jordi Plana - Antònia Prat
Pascal Hanrion - KAP
Les despeses tècniques de la web (Informat Picas-Prat, SL),
s'han pogut assumir gràcies a l'aportació de l'Associació La Patum Productors.
Traductors: Steve Pepper, Jaume Fígols