Bolero: One of the oldest and most traditional dances of the history of Spanish dance, the bolero is a quick Spanish dance boasting sudden pauses and sharp turns. Fandango: At one point the most famous dance of Spain, the fandango is a lively, happy Spanish danced in two's.Where did the fandango dance originate?
See Article History. Fandango, exuberant Spanish courtship dance and a genre of Spanish folk song. The dance, probably of Moorish origin, was popular in Europe in the 18th century and survives in the 20th century as a folk dance in Spain, Portugal, southern France, and Latin America.What type of dance is originated from Spain?
The Jota is one of the best-known forms of traditional Spanish dance, that probably originated in the region of Aragon. There are distinct forms in the other areas of Spain, like Castile, Valencia, Catalonia, and Galicia, where in each case it reflects the local culture and history.What is the etymology of 'Fandango'?
fandango (n.) mid-18c., lively Spanish dance, the word of unknown etymology [OED says "alleged to be of negro origin"], of uncertain origin. Perhaps related to fado (Watkins traces both to Latin fari "to speak"); fado is lovely but not lively, so perhaps the link, if any, is thematic. By extension in American English, "any noisy entertainment."