Oh wow, you have to listen to this. I’d never heard of it, or its composer, until it popped up on a YouTube sidebar a bit ago. It’s a suite from a ballet called Estancia, by a composer named Alberto Ginastera.
Ginastera, with whom I am completely unfamiliar, was a 20th century Argentinian composer who is apparently viewed as one of the most important composers from the Americas during that age. His music apparently (I’m getting this from Wikipedia) calls on Argentinian folk music, and a common them is that of the gaucho, the itinerant horseman of the South American plains. Listening to this work, I can certainly hear the vibrancy of Argentina, its exotic flavor, and the flamboyance of its dances.
Here is the Suite from Estancia.
I've played some of Ginastera's piano music. Wonderful stuff!