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Peruvian Flamenco

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Peruvian Flamenco is a new phenomenon. It can be seen as two art forms: music and dance. The only place in Peru where Peruvian Flamenco is advertised as music is the Jazz Zone in the Miraflores district of Lima. As for the dance, it seems to be gaining momentum in England, especially in the north. As a dance, Peruvian Flamenco is a variation of Marinera, the national dance of Peru. The main differences between Peruvian Flamenco and Marinera are the music and the costumes worn.


Whereas Marinera is mainly danced to music played by brass bands, Peruvian Flamenco can be danced to Sevillanas and Rumba Flamenca.


In Peruvian Flamenco men normally wear black trousers, black shirt, a red belt and a Fedora hat. The man dances holding a red handkerchief. The ladies dance in a red dress and wearing black shoes. They also dance with a handkerchief.

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