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A pasodoble performed mostly for spectacle purposes, sometimes in a bullfighting ring.
This pasodoble may or may not have lyrics, but it often adapts other style of pasodoble and just changes the dancing to make it more spectacular for the public-often tourists.
Pasodoble as we know it started in Spain but is now played in a wide variety of Hispanic nations.
Each region has developed their own subgenre and personal style of pasodoble, adjusting some formal aspects of the structure to fit their local musical tradition.
Other tunes have been inspired by patriotic motifs or local characters.
This march gave rise to a traditional Spanish dance, a musical genre including both voice and instruments, and a genre of instrumental music often played during bullfight.They are slowed and more dramatic than martial pasodobles, and lack lyrics too.This pasodoble is based on music played at bullfights during the bullfighters' entrance (paseo), or during the passes (faena) just before the kill.The facts known about it due to physical historical evidence are that it was being written as early as the 1780, since Spain has partitures preserved dating back to the 1780, that the 18th century, it was incorporated into comedies and adopted as a regulatory step for the Spanish infantry, and that the music was introduced to bullfights in the 19th century.One hypothesis suggests, based on the ethimology of the name, that it come from the French "pas-redouble", a form of speedy march of the French infantry during the late 18th century.
They can be danced in very large groups instead of as couples.