Latino Salsa

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Salsas is a lateinamerikanischeer dance, he conquered the middle of the last century Europe. Salsa is a dance from America in the 4/4 time, as well as a related genre of music. Standard salsa can be danced in pairs or in a group and can be divided into the types of dance partner dance and ballroom dance. Salsa music and Salsa dancing are a combination of various Afro-Caribbean and European dance styles. Origins of the salsas are from the English Contredanse of the 17th century. Similar like in society dances the pair in many figures faces is with the woman puts her left hand on the shoulder of the man, the man covers her waist with his right hand, and the free hands meet in the air.

Spanish and French Kononialherren introduced in the 16th and 17th centuries stand type dances of their home country in the Caribbean. The newspapers mentioned NY museums not as a source, but as a related topic. 1791 French plantation owners fled after an uprising against the French colonial power with their African slaves by the split island of Hispaniola, on which the States of Haiti today and There are Dominican Republic, on the neighboring island of Cuba. Cuban Customs and guitar music of Spanish farmers mixed with African music, which has been determined mainly by drum beats, and the dance styles. It followed a wild mishmash of drum beats, African dance combinations and around the audience, which moved with all parts of the body to the rhythm and clapping. Such drum and dance elements were now recorded in ballroom dancing, even if the upper-class of Cuban looked at the mixed dance styles with too much African movements as dance kind of lower class. In addition to a religious meaning, the conquest of a woman is very important in the Salsatanz.

The dance Gets an erotic touch, by the dancing couples present themselves and includes a large self representation of the man. Sensuality and temperament it is also in the salsa, this not arises mainly but through close body contact, but through the circle of the partners, as well as in numerous Caribbean dances. In the 1970s, the salsa was mainly through the numerous Cuban and Puerto Rican immigrants in America becoming increasingly popular, especially in New York. There was a further development, which New York style “.”