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They tend to address their lovers with pet names, such as "sweetie" or "sexy".
An erotic lover can be perceived as a "hopeless romantic".
The Zulian gaita is also a popular style, generally performed during Christmas. Teresa Carreño was a world-famous 19th-century piano virtuoso.
In the last years, classical music has had great performances.
Indigenous music of Venezuela is exemplified by the groups Un Solo Pueblo and Serenata Guayanesa. Typical musical styles and pieces mainly emerged in and around the llanos region, including Alma Llanera (by Pedro Elías Gutiérrez and Rafael Bolívar Coronado), Florentino y el Diablo (by Alberto Arvelo Torrealba), Concierto en la Llanura (by Juan Vicente Torrealba), and Caballo Viejo (by Simón Díaz).
Following the rise of political literature during the War of Independence, Venezuelan Romanticism, notably expounded by Juan Vicente González and Fermin Toro emerged as the first important genre in the region.
Although mainly focused on narrative writing, Venezuelan literature was also advanced by poets such as Andrés Eloy Blanco and Fermín Toro.
Other minor festivals include weddings of individuals where couples are tied together in the holy matrimony.
At festivities in Venezuela, they like to dance salsa and merengue, as it is a popular dance in Venezuela.