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  1. Tue, Aug 20, , PM: 🔥 We offer a unique opportunity to study and dance Folk dances of Argentina: La Chacarera and La Zamba. Get your soul bathed in lyrics that always melt your heart in .
  2. Another local strain of folklore is chacarera, a dance that originated in the northern province of Santiago del Estero and is often considered a rural counterpoint to the urban rhythms of tango.
  3. “Vida” portrays tango in all its melancholy, elegance and eroticism – but also takes the audience into rural Argentina, where the vidala, zamba and chacarera are danced, where gauchos compete at tap dancing and boleadoras swirl. A dazzling display of virtuoso dance and thrilling live music – .
  4. "Chacarera" Argentine Folkloric Dance: Of unknown origin, although it is believed to originate in the Province of Santiago del Estero, spreading afterwards throughout the country. It's a dance of lively rythm (allegro vivo) with a flattering pantomimic game. CLASSIFICATION: Each dancer on its own and separately: POSITION.
  5. A group of Chacarera dancers giving a performance during the National festival. The Chacarera dance is a traditional Argentinian folklore dance mostly seen in the Santiago province. The National festival of Chacarera is a colorful and musical event which is especially recommended of you are interested in the Argentinian culture.
  6. In this dance of love, the handkerchiefs are an extension of the dancers’ hands. The dance can have either a slow and melancholy rhythm or a lively and quick rhythm. One of the most beautiful and most passionate of the folk dances. Regarded as the national dance of Argentina.
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  8. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Argentina: Zambas Y Chacareras - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  9. The Chacarera is a dance from northern Argentina that is traditionally performed with guitar, bass drum and violin. It can be accompanied by traditional Spanish singing, or alternatively in Quechua that is typical of Santiago. There are also bilingual and instrumental versions of the music.

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