National Geographic : 1919 Aug
GYPSIES OE SPAIN: THE LAND WHERE FOLK ARE KNOWN BY THE DANCES THEY DO The Italian must sing, the Englishman must hunt, the Spaniard must dance. Small wonder that onetraveler observed that every Spanish girl " is bitten by a tarantula. Surprising, though, that the vogue of Spanish dancing only recently captivatedthe New World. Every Spanish city has its own dances. The stately "La Muniera" is as characteristic of northern Spain as is the broad "a" ofthe American Yankee; the vivid, colorful "Sevillana" is ready identification of the Sevillian.