El Merengue vs

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Published on September 19, 2009

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El Merengue vs. Danza del vientre : El Merengue vs. Danza del vientre Kevin Minxha Blk:2 La Historia de Merengue : La Historia de Merengue Merengue has existed since the early years of the Dominican Republic, around the time of the Spanish-American War (1898). Two of the more popular explanations of its origins are the following: one, is that the dance originated with slaves who were chained together and, of necessity, were forced to drag one leg as they cut sugar to the beat of drums. The second version claims that a great hero was wounded in the leg during one of the many revolutions in the Dominican Republic. A party of villagers welcomed him home with a victory celebration and, out of sympathy, everyone dancing felt obliged to limp and drag one foot. Three types- Folkloric, ballroom aand club ¿Qué Tipo de Baile? : ¿Qué Tipo de Baile? Folkloric-rural areas of dr, short and persice rythm, pace speeds up later on Turn clockwise or counter clock wise, turns are slow, close togather hold hands all the way. Club-evolved from marengue de salon (ballroom), couples seperte in this dance La Música : La Música Más información sobre “el merengue” : Más información sobre “el merengue” . Usually associated with the Dominican Republic both because of the huge international popularity of Dominican merengue and because of the increased visibility of Dominican immigrants in the United States, other types of merengue were also developed in Haiti, Colombia, and Venezuela in the 19th century. Today, merengue is considered the national music of the Dominican Republic. La Historia de “Danza del vientre” : La Historia de “Danza del vientre” ¿Qué Tipo de Baile? : ¿Qué Tipo de Baile? La Música : La Música Más información sobre “Danza del vientre” : Más información sobre “Danza del vientre” Videos con Música : Videos con Música

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