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Traditional Dances of spain Sevillanas Sevillanas is believed to be an old Castilian folk dance It is a very popular dance for couples of all ages You will see it danced frequently by Women wearing a long dress with frills normally it has short-sleeves and it is two-coloured like a green dress with white frills The Men wear black trousers and a white shirt with frills on the chest During the summers in all Andalusia great flamenco festivals are celebrated in which programmes of several hours of length are offered Generally they are developed in open-air places Throughout all the year the only places we can attend flamenco spectacles are the tablaos theyre like platforms It exists numerous schools to learn sevillanas The first feria of the year is held in Seville during April and is certainly one of the largest but in each small town in Andalusia rides itself on its own week long festivity Young couples have the opportunity to dance and the older people and children are there just to have fun The whole family goes out together to enjoy the festivities often until very late into the night It is danced by series of four each with a different dance with a short interval between one and another The most important movements are the walks and the end because the singing the music and the dance stop together and the dancers stay in an elegant position due to the gallant dance Sardana The Sardana is a Communal dance intimately bound up with Catalan national consciousness It is danced by men and women who join hands alternately in a closed circle As they dance to the music of tenores and tabales which are shawms and small drums their faces remain solemn and dignified The basic pattern of the sardana is a series of long and short steps the precise combination is determined by
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