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    When I lived in Nicaragua I really enjoyed the Folk dancing and other traditions of the culture. Today I went to and enjoyed a dance troop performing several modern dances. This is just one of several that were presented.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danpolley View Post
    When I lived in Nicaragua I really enjoyed the Folk dancing and other traditions of the culture. Today I went to and enjoyed a dance troop performing several modern dances. This is just one of several that were presented.
    Let me guess: the name of this Argentine folk dance is "Las Malvinas son Argentinas!"?? [Just kidding: just kidding!]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danpolley View Post
    When I lived in Nicaragua I really enjoyed the Folk dancing and other traditions of the culture. Today I went to and enjoyed a dance troop performing several modern dances. This is just one of several that were presented.
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    That one's nice, too. Eve, picking the invisible apple?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonh View Post
    That one's nice, too. Eve, picking the invisible apple?
    Modern dance has never really been my thing, but you had to appreciate the work and talent of the folks involved. This one was called Lo Que Brota the description from the program "solo observar con microscopio, lo que brota humanas fuerzas, confusas o confundidas, exasperadas o exasperantes, detras de la mascara preguntas que siguen sonando.” The last one was a La Musa del Capricho which was "tango inspired”.
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