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La Raspa (The Dancing Game) - Roberto Inglez And His Orchestra - La Raspa (The Dancing Game) / The Wedding Samba (Shellac)

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  1. Arashilmaran says:
    La Raspa originated in Veracruz is a dance often performed during celebrations and at dance schools. The name may be derived from the Old Germanic verb "raspere", meaning "to grate upon". It either referred to the way the ratchet-like sound of the Güiro is produced by rubbing a scraper over its indentations or to the scratching movements – similar to a scraping chicken – the dancers.
  2. Mazusho says:
    La Raspa is said to have begun in Veracruz, a state that has a major port city off the Gulf of Mexico. With shipments of tradegoods also came music and dance from around the world.
  3. Zololkree says:
    La Raspa is a folk dance from eastern Mexico. This dance is often incorrectly called the Mexican Hat Dance or Jarabe Tapatio. According to Mark Pedelty. author of "Musical Ritual in Mexico City," both of the latter titles actually belong to a dance from Jalisco, .
  4. Mehn says:
    Mar 21,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises La Raspa · Instrumental Orchestra Musica Para Soñar Strings Vol ℗ Open Records Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.

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