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The Venezuelan waltz is a hall dance and accompanying musical genre that was popularized in 19th-century Venezuela.
The two main types of waltz were the hall waltz and the popular waltz. The former was typically performed on piano. Key musicians in this genre were Federico Vollmer, Manuel Azpúrua, Manuel Guadalajara, Rafael Isaza, Heraclio Fernández, Rogelio Caraballo, Federico Villena, Ramon Delgado Palacios, and Antonio Lauro.