C ouples can see around Fedora and Sexy Evening Gowns to arouse public places in times past
In a yellow lace Evening Gown glowing, Carolina Salinas fans themselves lazily and burning “with the sultry rhythm,” Cuba’s national dance.
But it’s not a Havana nightclub. In fact, with the fact that it has disappeared from cuba. Today, it’s largely preserved because of a group of fanatical Mexico fans like Salinas.
Danzon, music and dance styles blend the influence of Europe and Africa, born in Cuba, nineteenth Century.
It’s birthday as the new year’s concert in January 1, 1879, Cuban composer Miguel Failde a new song Las Vegas premiere date, alturas de Simpson, injected with spicy Latin Rhythm in the traditional French countryside.
The growth in this new genre of dance is characterized by upright posture, arm or female swaying step and repeat the refrain in their marital support arm coquettish fans.
In Mexico Veracruz port, from Cuba through the Gulf of Mexico, the couple collected every four times in Fedora Denzel dance, twist and Sexy Evening Gowns, evoke the past times near the central square.
Elegance is the key
“As they teach you the image and gesture, it’s important for ladies and gentlemen. This is elegant, Deinze, “said Ms. Salinas, a 26 year old teacher, her hair and makeup impeccable she fanned herself” break “is not in.
Mexicans have injected new vitality into tradition, even though it has disappeared in cuba.
“If Mexico does not take an important part of Deinze as its popular culture, it will disappear,” said Miguel Zamudio, director of the center for national research and promotion of Deinze, headquartered in Veracruz. Danzon arrived in Mexico shortly after its birth, the tour first arrived in Yucatan Peninsula, Veracruz. Eventually, it arrived in Mexico City and became famous in a series of Mexico films in 1940s.
“They have been living in Veracruz, acting and dancing style, similar to the original Mexico City and Cuba, Denzel has been integrated into other genres and evolved,” Mr. Zamudio said.
In the capital, as lovers have themselves, they move and move the acrobatics. But a constant is always “rest”, not at all.
“There are many other legends: when the couple loves each other, Cubans use it to convey information about the revolution,” Mr. Zamudio said.
The next 1959 revolutions toppled the power of the dictator Fulgencio Batista and Fidel Castro, and began a long fall in cuba. But aging hardcore enthusiasts keep flame burning.
Penader, a ninety-two year old Oscar Professor, is one of them. He still appears, often in a clear suit and tie, dancing at the orange Creek club, on the south side of Havana, where there’s a month of dancing for two weeks.
Mr. Penader said, most of the songs are fashionable Sasa number, not denzel. With “interest has fallen a lot,” he said.
“If we don’t go on, that would be a shame.” “We can’t just talk about it, we need to practice its groups, and the Sexy Evening Gowns bands that play well,” he said.