Feel the Colors of Spain

Music And Dance

Spanish culture is rich with traditional music and dance. As a matter of fact, there are more than 200 traditional dances recorded!

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Literature &  Arts

Spain has an extremely rich artistic custom that goes back to the Middle Ages and has its underlying foundations.

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Festivities

Spain’s vivid, exuberant and enthusiastic culture draws a huge number of guests consistently.

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Language

Spanish began in the Iberian Peninsula as a tongue of spoken Latin, which is today called ” Vulgar Latin

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Spanish Music Styles

Regional Mexican music is one of the most popular genres of U.S. Latin music with artists such as Vicente Fernandez, Espinoza Paz, Los Tigres del Norte, Gerardo Ortiz, Banda El Recodo, Jenni Rivera, Selena, La Arrolladora Banda El Limon, and Marco Antonio Solis bringing in millions of album sales.

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Spain’s Musical Roots in the Arabic Sound

In the later centuries, East Arabs kept on to their traditional music and song, while Arab / Andalusian tunes settled in North Africa and Spain. In Cordova’s golden years, from the ninth to the twelfth centuries, when this capital of Arab Spain matched Baghdad as the world’s most vibrant and most influential city, all technology, including music, was pursued.

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