Friday, September 7, 2007


Bolero - Spanish national dance, presumably invented approx. 1780 Sebastian Cerezo of Cadiz. In the folk-dance version of the Bolero for solo couples in a public performance of several couples can participate. Tradition required bone or guitar, if dance melody sung. Bolero has dicotyledonous, occasionally trilobate meter; Dance consists of five parts: pazeo, traversiya, diferensiya, traversiya and finals. Such samples Bolero professional music can be pure Bolero (or. 19), F. Chopin and orchestra Bolero M. Ravel. For Beethoven's Bolero is a solo, and K. M. von Weber included Bolero in his music to play Pretsioza. Ground Bolero can be found in the operas of the Blind Toledo Etienne Megyulya, Black dominoes, Nemoy of Portichi D. Ober, and the opera G. Berlioz Benvenuto Cellini. Fast version of Bolero is seguidilla (perhaps that it forms the basis for Bolero). Cuban Bolero and similar to the Dominican Bolero are dicots sinkopami with rhythm and form a Spanish version of the American Dance

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