Bachata is a genre of Latin American music that originated in the Dominican
Republic in the ... The original term used to name the genre was amargue ("
bitterness", "bitter music"...
Young groups like Aventura have a similar relationship to original bachata as
rock ... has languished in the shadow of its more commercially viable descendant
. ... The word bachata originally denoted an informal party where guitar music
was ... later did it come to signify the music itself, and then in a denigrating
First Name ... Unlike Salsa, Bachata dance does not usually include complex turn
patterns but ... Often, this is when dancers will tap-step & pop their hips – this is
called dancing bachata to the ... This style is widely considered to have
originated in Spain, but as with all evolutions of dance style this itself is widely
Both the music and the dance have been influenced by Cuban Bolero, the
Merengue (also of Dominican ... Given its humble origins, the steps are flat footed
May 19, 2014 ... People looking for societal acceptance and propriety did not openly play bachata
... The music and dance of the bachata has its origins in neighboring Cuba. ...
The name bachata comes from a word for a raucous party. ... The basic elements
of the bachata have been mixed now with some of the flashier ...
Oct 6, 2011 ... Words are carriers of MEANING and have tremendous power to trigger ... a
musical genre and dance but does not have the same level of discrimination .... It
has taken decades to take the word bachata with all its negative ...
Unlike Salsa, Bachata dance does not usually include complex turn patterns ...
Often, this is when dancers will tap-step & pop their hips - this is called dancing
bachata ... the name "Traditional Bachata" for the first not very old Fusion Style
Bachata ... have originated in Spain, but as with all 'evolutions' of ...
Its subjects are usually romantic; especially prevalent are tales of heartbreak. ...
stations have produced vastly popular bachata dance contests for broadcast. ...
The word bachata also had certain lower class associations - upper-class parties
bachata history , all you need to know about the bachata dance and music. ... The
original term used to name the genre was amargue ("bitterness", "bitter .... from a
famous trademark in order to get more attention in their network channels.
Oct 1, 2014 ... Also, many of the people who danced to the music did not have ... They take their
name from the legendary dancer and play Bolero, Son, Salsa, ...