Spanish dance song from the 17th century

Fuego de Dios

'Fuego de Dios' is one of the so-called Dance songs that were the talk of the town in Spain at the turn of the 16th and 17th centuries. The songs found themselves in a fertile cross-field between art and popular music, and initially caused indignation among the established cultural elite. Dance rhythms such as the zarabanda (sarabande) and the chacona (chaconne) were temporarily prohibited by law; playing, dancing or singing a zarabanda or chacona could lead to up to 4 years of hard labor at the galleys!