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Romantic, particularly tales of heartbreak. Originated in the countryside and rural marginal neighborhoods.
A 3/4 dance that originated in the late 18th century.
Derived from the rumba and mambo.
One of the six classical dance styles of India.
A folk dance in triple time with a lively tempo. The original name is "Mazur", given after lake-region Mazury.
Monotonous thumping 1-2-3-4 bass drum beat.
A social dance for two persons, usually in 3/4 time.
A slow dance in 3/4 time. An official national dance.
Traveled via the slave trade to Cuba and the New World.
A lively, rhythmical dance in 2/4 time.
The dance of sorrow. Originated in the brothels of Buenos Aires in the 1880s.
A dance in 3/4 time, became popular in Vienna in 1780s.
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