The Fandango is a singing dance with Kastagnettenbegleitung. The origins lie in the African Chica, an advancement of the dance are the Rumba. The Fandango is a development of the Flamenco, which possesses probably for their part again more developments than any different one. Fandangos the grandes danced of pairs, which begin slowly, and then the speed to usually increase. From this form many different arose. Those fandanguillos are a more alive, rather festive form of the Fandango. Some regions of Spain developed, for example their own forms of the Fandango Huelva (fandangos de Huelva) or Málaga (fandangos de Málaga). The rhythm is the same as with the Bulerias and brine acre.
Like the Flamenco, also the Fandango in the European culture served for production of “Spanish Kolorit”. Admits is the Fandango of Luigi Boccherini, the Fandango in the ballet “Don Juan “from Christoph Willibald luck, as well as the Fandango in “Le Nozze di Figaro “from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.