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Folk dance of El Salvador, in which a traditional dress is worn. Salvadoran School Children from Metapan The culture of El Salvador is a Central American culture nation influenced by the clash of ancient Mesoamerica and medieval Iberian Peninsula .

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The Cumpas It is a traditional dance from the western region of El Salvador. Sonsonate, Ahuachapan have their festivities for their Saints and people from those towns get together. They greet each ...

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El Salvador. Estudiantes del Instituto Ciudad Barrios en el 3er Festival de Morro. ... Chilean Traditional Dance (Conjunto Folklorico) (Part 4) - Duration: 3:35.

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ONE National Dance In El Salvador Is 'The Dance Of The Tiger.'.

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El Salvador has prominent heavy metal, reggae, ska, dubstep, punk and electronic dance scenes due to its prolific local bands and venues; and the recent increase in local concerts by international bands that include San Salvador as a frequent destination in their international tours.

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El Salvador is very popular for unique styles of singing and dancing that the Salvadorians bring to life. A popular type of dance is the cumbia that includes short sliding movements danced to the music of the cumbia.

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Dance is also given a lot of importance in El Salvador. A lot of the traditional dances of this small nation are influenced by different native dances such as; The Dance of the Chapetones, which imitates Spanish stories in some what of a Waltz.

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El Salvador’s has its very own folk dance, known as Xuc which originated in Cojutepeque, Cuscatlan. The Xuc (pronounced Suc) is a typical dance of El Salvador, which was created by Paquito Palaviccini. Xuc name comes from a Salvadoran instrument called “JUCO” a wind instrument typical of El Salvador.

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Made up of three Indian states. Pipils, Lencas and Chortis. Pipil protected the land from Spain Fell under attack in 1525 Private Property Talticpac Religious Influence Pipil, Mayan, African and Spanish Influence Xuc, pasillo, danza, marcha and canciones Indigenous music groups