I'd want Stanley Vestal's "fandango," in a volume of the same title.
The band has had a fandango with your people and lost some men.
Jacks eyes lit up like the windows of a hurdy-gurdy on the evening of a fandango.
How fortunate that he had discovered her secret at this time; just before the fandango.
Tired of this, Mac put on a pair of castanets and danced a Spanish fandango.
By that time my three babies were dancing a fandango upon the roof of the car.
Nor could it be that she wished to conceal her visit to the fandango.
And what would you have me do--dance a fandango, because I am going to be married?
On the third day after the fandango, it is announced that the caravan will move onward to Chihuahua.
He must visit women, the fandango, and the attractions of monte.
mid-18c., lively Spanish dance, the word of unknown etymology [OED says "alleged to be of negro origin"], perhaps related to fado. Fado is lovely, but not lively, so perhaps the link, if any, is thematic. But the late date argues against it.