The Fandango was first premiered on stage in 1720. The Fandango was very popular with the upper class in Spain and throughout Europe.In the Fandango, the dancers mock each other and follow their steps or make different gestures towards each other. If two men are dancing, the dance is more of a dance off/competition. One man will dance and the other dancer will incorporate those dance moves and make his better. Different regions of Spain have their own style of the Fandango.
Fandango is a synonym of argument.
Sometimes, during the dance, the music will stop and the dancers will stand still until the music returns.
The Fandango starts off slow and gradually increases speed.