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  1. 1. Español 3 Tema 4 búsqueda web Nombre Kevin Velazquez Usa los siguientes sitios web para buscar información sobre los temas de la lista. http://www.donquijote.org/culture/ http://www.espanole.org/artes a. ¿Quíen es? o ¿Qué es? b. ¿En qué país? c. ¿Por qué es importante?---una descripción de 3-5 lineas en inglés y d. una foto. La Danza 1. El Flamenco - is a genuine Spanish art form like dance, singing and a guitar playing. It originated from Spain. It represents the Spanish culture. 2. La Jota - a Spanish folk dance originating in Aragon in the north of Spain which dates back as far as the 18th century and is the national folk dance of Aragon. 3. La Sevillana - s a typical type of Spanish folk music originating in the south. Las Sevillanas consists of three elements: the dance, the song and the music. 4. La Sardana - the origins of the dance were embellished in order to symbolize a distinct Catalan ethos as to serve Catalan nationalism. It was once-forbidden in Cataluña. 5. El Tango - Born in the ghettos of Argentina, made popular in the brothels, el Tango has evolved into a popular activity that nearly every major city has embraced. 6. La Cumbia - is a Colombia term. The music style and dance is from Mexico, Colombia and Panama. 7. La Cueca - is the national dance of Chile. Even though Chileans have been dancing the Cueca for years, it wasnʼt declared the official dance of Chile until September, 1979. 8. El Jarabe Tapatio - It was to celebrate a government-sponsored fiesta that commemorated the successful end of the Mexican Revolution.Kevin Velazquez Friday, November 4, 2011 9:17:47 AM ET 04:0c:ce:d8:cb:c2
  2. 2. Español 3 Tema 4 búsqueda web Nombre Kevin Velazquez La Música 9. Mariachis y Charros - The mariachi band is one of Mexicoʼs symbols. It originated from Jalisco, Mexico. They are easily recognizable with their large wide brim sombrero hats and embroidered “charro” outfits. 10. Celia Cruz - Salsa singer born October 21, 1924 in Havana, Cuba. 11. Tito Puentes - a Latin jazz and Salsa musician. Born in New York from Puerto Rican parents. 12. Tuna Groups - poor students, who made the most of their musical talent, cheerfulness and japing to stroll through the towns, visiting streets, squares and convents and entertaining people in return for a bowl of soup and a few coins to help them pay for their studies. 13. La Rumba - There are two sources of the dances: one Spanish and the other African. Although the main growth was in Cuba, there were similar dance developments which took place in other Caribbean islands and in Latin America generally. 14. Manuel de Falla - is the greatest Spanish composer of this century. His formal musical education began with piano lessons, and when Falla was twenty his family moved to Madrid where he studied with the distinguished teacher José Tragó. 15. Marc Anthony - a popular singer of Puerto Rican decent, has become a world icon of Latin music. His original name is Marco Antonio Muñiz and he was born on September 16, 1968. 16. la Música Andina- La Arquitectura 17. Antonio Gaudi - Antoni Gaudi was one of the most important modernist style architects worldwide. Many of his most extraordinary works are to be found in Barcelona. 18. La Sagrada Familia - “The Church of Penance of the Sacred Family” is a work invented by Antonio Gaudí (1852 – 1926), the famous modernist Catalan architect.Kevin Velazquez Friday, November 4, 2011 9:17:47 AM ET 04:0c:ce:d8:cb:c2
  3. 3. Español 3 Tema 4 búsqueda web Nombre Kevin Velazquez 19. Park Guell - The park contains amazing stone structures (see below), stunning tiling and fascinating buildings. 20. La Alhambra - it was the palace of the Nastrid dynasty, the last dynasty of the last Muslim King of Spain, between the years of 1238 and 1492. Alhambra means “The Red” in Arabic (‫ ,)اَ(َْ &ْ $َاء‬and its complete name was "al Qalat al-hamra" (Red fort). 21. El Escorial - San Lorenzo de El Escorial, 49 Km from Madrid by road and 1,000 mts. above sea level, is one of the former royal residences and owes its universal fame to the famous Monastery which was built in there by King Felipe II. 22. Teotihuacan - Teotihuacan arose as a new religious center in the Mexican Highland, around the time of Christ. During which Teotihuacan quickly became the largest and most populous urban center in the New World. 23. Chichen Itzá - is the largest of the archaeological cities of the pre- Columbian Maya civilization in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. Chichen Itza was a center of pilgrimage for the ancient Maya for over 1,000 years. El Cine 24. Pedro Almódovar - was born on September 24, 1949 in Calzada de Calatrava, Province of Ciudad Real, administrative district of Almagro and archbishopric of Toledo. One of his famous books is called Fuego en las Entrañas. La Obra de Teatro 25. La Zarzuela - Built in 1856 in the same style as La Scala in Milan, this grand theater is dedicated to a particularly Spanish form of 17th-century light opera called zarzuela that includes spoken as well as sung parts. Its also used for performances of classical opera, dance, and concerts.Kevin Velazquez Friday, November 4, 2011 9:17:47 AM ET 04:0c:ce:d8:cb:c2
  4. 4. Español 3 Tema 4 búsqueda web Nombre Kevin Velazquez El Flamenco La Jota La Sevillana La Sardana El Tango La Cumbia La Cueca El Jarabe Tapatio Mariachis y Charros Celia Cruz Tito Puentes Tuna Groups La Rumba Manuel de Falla Marc Anthony Antonio GaudiKevin Velazquez Friday, November 4, 2011 9:17:47 AM ET 04:0c:ce:d8:cb:c2
  5. 5. Español 3 Tema 4 búsqueda web Nombre Kevin Velazquez La Sagrada Familia Park Guell La Alhambra El Escorial Teotihuacan Chichen Itza Pedro Almodovar La ZarzuelaKevin Velazquez Friday, November 4, 2011 9:17:47 AM ET 04:0c:ce:d8:cb:c2