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I'm doing a project for my AP Spanish class about the role of classical ballet in Spanish-speaking countries. I'm was hoping to find some information on how ballet first arrived in Spain and Latin America and how it became integrated into the performing arts scene in those regions. I know Hispanic dancers are very prevalent in both American and European companies nowadays, but the development of their increasing presence has been hard to track. Does anybody have some insight on this topic or have any suggestions on where to find this information?

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I'd track down a set of Selma Jeanne Cohen's International Encyclopedia of Dance and check the entries under "Spain" or the country you're researching, then look at that bibliography. That having been said, I'm closing this thread in line with the "no-homework" rule.

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