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Brittany Puppy, Cha-cha 3-15-19.
The cha-cha-chá, or simply cha-cha in the U.S., is a dance of Cuban origin. It is danced to the music of the same name introduced by Cuban composer and violinist Enrique Jorrin in the early 1950s. This rhythm was developed from the danzón-mambo. The name of the dance is an onomatopoeia derived from the shuffling sound of the dancers' feet.
In the early 1950s, Enrique Jorrín worked as a violinist and composer with the charanga group Orquesta América. The group performed at dance halls in Havana where they played danzón, danzonete, and danzon-mambo for dance-orientated crowds. Jorrín noticed that many of the dancers at these gigs had difficulty with the syncopated rhythms of the danzón-mambo. To make his music more appealing to dancers, Jorrín began composing songs where the melody was marked strongly on the first downbeat and the rhythm was less syncopated. When Orquesta América performed these new compositions at the Silver Star Club in Havana, it was noticed that the dancers had improvised a triple step in their footwork producing the sound "cha-cha-cha". Thus, the new style came to be known as "cha-cha-chá" and became associated with a dance where dancers perform a triple step. From: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cha-cha-cha_(dance)
|BRITTANY PUPPIES Past Litters Back to Dancin' Litter|
|3-22-19: Wt. 2,502g.
Cha-cha has beauty spots on both sides of her
|No weights or
photos this week...
1,162g. Cha-cha is a chub! Look
at all that loose skin...
|2-22-19: Wt. 764g.|
Photo taken on day of birth. 2-15-19.
Birth weight 394g. Description: Row of small dots going down her back bone, normal head. Very white.
Orange and white Brittanys are born with very light colored spots and blue eyes (eyes are of course closed at birth but soon open). The spots and eyes will darken over time to the same color as the parents.
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Brittanys have not been called the "Brittany Spaniel" since the 1980's.