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Can you name the the five International Latin Ballroom dances?

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Literally 'double step' in Spanish/used in 18th century in comedies, for Spanish infantry step, & as intro for bullgfighting/1 of 5 International Latin dances56 bars per minute in 2/4 time
Afro-Cuban music/slowest of 5 competitive Latin dances/derived from the bolero-son/1st appeared in US in 1930's/developed by Pierre & Lavelle24 bars per minute in 4/4 time
Brazilian dance w/roots from W. African slaves/symbol of Brazil & Brazilian Carnival/ballroom version considerably different than original48 bars per minute in 4/4 time
Cuban dance/danced to authentic Cuban music or Latin pop or rock/rhythm developed from the danzon/onomatopoeic name/ballroom form developed by Pierre & Lavelle in 1950's30 bars per minute in 4/4 time
Ballroom dance style introduced by Cab Calloway in 1930's/lively & uninhibited version of Jitterbug/5th of the 5 International Latin dances (adopted in 1968)42 bars per minute in 4/4 time

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