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Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.
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Spain Is Not Only Flamenco.

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  • 1. Traditional Spanish Dances Jota Aragonesa: This typical dance hails from the north of Spain, namely Aragón, and features a fast tempo as couples dance with their hands raised high above their heads playing castanets. Moorish influences are probable, as it is loosely attributed to a Moorish poet who was kicked out of Valencia during the 12th century. Sardana: Several couples join hands and dance in a closed circle in this traditional dance from Catalonia. Muñeira: Danced in twos or alone along to the music of bagpipes, this traditional "Miller's Dance" is typical throughout Galicia and Asturias. Zambra: The zambra began as a Moorish dance, but with monarchs Fernando and Isabel's reconquista of Spain, the Moors were able to conserve the dance by adapting it to Spanish dance customs. Bolero: One of the oldest and most traditional dances of the history of Spanish dance, the bolero is a quick Spanish dance boasting sudden pauses and sharp turns. Fandango: At one point the most famous dance of Spain, the fandango is a lively, happy Spanish danced in two's. Paso doble: A quick one-step Spanish dance. Flamenco: A passionate dance hailing from gypsies, flamenco is internationally famous. Learn more! Sevillana: Lively and joyous dance typical of Seville and reminiscent of flamenco that features four distinct parts.
  • 2. A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots. Marcus Garvey Música: “La vida breve” (Danza española) Manuel de Falla. Un pueblo sin el conocimiento de su historia pasada, el origen y la cultura es como un árbol sin raíces. Marcus Garvey

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