Danzas Fantásticas' by spanish composer Joaquín Turina is a brilliant, wholly Spanish piece and his best-known work. It is inspired by the novel 'La Orgía' by José Mas. The work does have three movements. Each of the dances is in a different style from a different Spanish tradition. The first movement (Exaltación) is a jota from Aragón, the second movement (Ensueño) is a Basque zortziko, and the third movement (Orgía) is an Andalusian farruca.