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Types of Spanish Music

Banda
Banda

Banda is a term to designate a style of Mexican music and the musical ensemble in which wind instruments, mostly of brass and percussion, are performed. Bandas play a wide variety of songs, including rancheras, corridos, cumbias, baladas, and boleros.

Conjunto de Marimba
Conjunto de Marimba

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Conjunto Huasteco
Conjunto Huasteco

A conjunto de arpa grande is a type of Mexican folk ensemble. Often it consists of diatonic harp, Mexican vihuela, guitar and two violins. Its repertory covers planeco music: sones planecos in 3 4 and 6 8, and rancheras. Calentano. A conjunto calentano is a type of Mexican folk ensemble.

Conjunto Jarocho
Conjunto Jarocho

Chulas Fronteras is a documentary film from the 1970s which illustrates how the music meshed into the lives of families in south Texas and northern Mexico. Other types of Mexican conjunto Jarocho. A conjunto jarocho is a type of Mexican folk ensemble.

Conjunto Norteño
Conjunto Norteño

Norteño (Spanish pronunciation: , northern), also called música norteña, is a genre of Mexican music related to polka and corridos. As its names indicates, Norteño is a traditional musical expression from Northern Mexico.

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Fandango
Fandango

The Spanish dance made it to the stage in 1720, as part of the 'Entremés El novio de la aldeana' by Francisco de Leefadeal. This theatrical work was staged in the Spanish city of Seville. The Fandango was also incorporated into many classical music pieces by various composers.

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Flamenco
Flamenco

Flamenco (Spanish pronunciation: [flaˈmeŋko]), in its strictest sense, is a professionalized art-form based on the various folkloric music traditions of Southern Spain in the autonomous communities of Andalusia, Extremadura and Murcia.

Jota
Jota

The Jota is a Spanish genre of music and dance that exists throughout Spain, but whose origins lie in the Spanish region of Aragon. However, like most Spanish dances of this time, it varies by region, including a version from Navarra, Galicia and Murcia, among many others.

Mariachi
Mariachi

Mariachi (/ m ɑː r i ˈ ɑː tʃ i /; Spanish: [maˈɾjatʃi]) is a musical expression that dates back to at least 18th century in Western Mexico.

MuiñEira
MuiñEira

The word "muiñeira" (the same pronunciation in Portuguese, but spelled "moinheira") means literally both millstone and a mill landlady (or the miller's wife, if a man). Galician music is classified as part of Celtic music.

Paso Doble
Paso Doble

Songs Choice&Mix By Myself /// Pasodoble, or paso doble, (literally double-step in Spanish) is a Spanish light music, with a binary rhythm and moderated movement, probably based in typical Spanish dances of the 16th century.

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Sardana
Sardana

The Sardana is a traditional Spanish dance which is danced in a circle while holding hands, and is native to the Spanish region of Catalonia. It originated in the historical region of Empordá, in the North-east of the Catalan region, but became popular across Catalonia during the 20th Century.

Sevillana
Sevillana

The music that accompanies the Sevillanas dancers tends to be rather simple. However, the song that accompanies this Spanish dance has a wide variety of lyrics and themes. The song was, up until the second half of the 20th Century, a song sung by the people of the town for the people of the town.

Tamborazo Zacatecano
Tamborazo Zacatecano

Music Sports ... Tamborazo Zacatecano - El Corrido de los Pérez ... yo vendo unos ojos negros tamborazo los originales de jerez

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Zambra
Zambra

Carrying further, as important as the posture and arm-hand movement technique, is the fact that the Zambra Mora (and the flamenco aswell) are nothing if not for the display and expression of strong emotion (a characteristic shared by the “cante” (singing) and the “toque” (music played).