Los huertanos.Los huertanos are the     most relevant   dancers from the   Region of Murcia.
El bando de la huerta is a holiday and  everybody get dressed in Murcia.
Typical dress.Female           Male
JOTA DE MURCIATheir origin remain unclear.The etymology (origin) of the word could come from theverb XOTAR (skip).Quoted f...
They are built mostly with major scalesand it consists of two parts:- One instrumental, as a ritornello (chorus).- Another...
Jota de Murcia
MalagueñaIts origin seems to be in the eighteenth century.Sometimes confused with Fandango.It hasn’t a specified form.Depe...
Retains the merits ofthe Andalusianpoetry rooted inflamenco singing.It is constructed witha mixture of majorscales, minor ...
Malagueña.
Spanish dance in the Region of Murcia.      COMENIUS EUROPEAN MUSICAL PORTFOLIO                JUAN XXIII SCHOOL          ...
Spanish dance from Region of Murcia 2011
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Spanish dance from Region of Murcia 2011

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Presentation of folk and traditional dances in Spain (Region of Murcia) for Comenius Project "European Portfolio Musical."
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Spanish dance from Region of Murcia 2011

  1. 1. Los huertanos.Los huertanos are the most relevant dancers from the Region of Murcia.
  2. 2. El bando de la huerta is a holiday and everybody get dressed in Murcia.
  3. 3. Typical dress.Female Male
  4. 4. JOTA DE MURCIATheir origin remain unclear.The etymology (origin) of the word could come from theverb XOTAR (skip).Quoted for the first time in 1761 in a farce (sainete), but itseems that already existed from XVII Century.His compass is to be written in ternary 3 / 4 or 6 / 8.
  5. 5. They are built mostly with major scalesand it consists of two parts:- One instrumental, as a ritornello (chorus).- Another one is the verse, in which the singers try to show off their powers.
  6. 6. Jota de Murcia
  7. 7. MalagueñaIts origin seems to be in the eighteenth century.Sometimes confused with Fandango.It hasn’t a specified form.Depends on the singer, it shows a happy or sadexpression on their lyrics.
  8. 8. Retains the merits ofthe Andalusianpoetry rooted inflamenco singing.It is constructed witha mixture of majorscales, minor andflamenco.
  9. 9. Malagueña.
  10. 10. Spanish dance in the Region of Murcia. COMENIUS EUROPEAN MUSICAL PORTFOLIO JUAN XXIII SCHOOL MARCH 2011

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