The Paso Doble is a dance that is a Spanish March, or can be considered a double step as well.
The Paso Doble dance is one that is meant to emulate that of a bullfighter in the ring with a bull. As the bull fighter would lead the bull during the fight with the movements of his cape, the male dancer does the same with his female counterpart. The dance is set to a 2/4 meter and creates a somewhat romantic scene.
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