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  Flamenco Dance, Guitar, Music, Pictures …
Flamenco is a genuine Spanish art form, or, to be more exact, a genuine Southern Spanish art.
From 1910 to 1955 flamenco singing was marked by the ópera flamenca, with an easier kind of music such as fandangos and cantes de ida y vuelta-the latter clearly showing South American influences.
You have not heard authentic flamenco if you have not been in a juerga, with a small group of friends, at midnight somewhere in the south of Spain, where there is nothing around but the voice, the guitar and the body of a dancer moving in the moonlight.
www.donquijote.org /culture/spain/flamenco   (459 words)

  
 FLAMENCO by All About Spain
Flamenco is a genuine Spanish art, and to be more exact an genuine Southern Spanish art.
Flamenco dance arrived to its climax, being the major attraction for the public of those cafés cantantes.
The Flamenco guitar that formerly was just featuring the dancers arrived to be a soloistical art form, great virtuoso Paco de Lucia being the pioneer of that development.
www.red2000.com /spain/flamenco   (515 words)

  
 Introduction To Flamenco: Rhythmic Foundation and Accompaniment
The truth in Flamenco is that life must be lived and death must be faced on an individual basis; that it is the fundamental responsibility of each man and woman to come to terms with their own alienation with courage, dignity and humor, and to support others in their efforts.
Flamenco is an adult art and philosophy, in which the axiom that "if god is dead, everything is permitted" must be balanced by a secular humanism_; with a sense of care and compassion about life in general and human beings in particular.
Flamenco compas is counted in sequences of 4 counts for the 2/4, 4/4 families (e.g., 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4, etc.), and in sequences of 6 or 12 counts for the 3/4, 6/8 families.
users.aol.com /BuleriaChk/private/compas/compasa.html   (2241 words)

  
 Flamenco in Andalucía, music, art and culture of Southern Spain
Flamenco is a passionate and seductive art form, a mysterious and misunderstood culture that has been burning in Andalucía for nearly five hundred years, and today flamenco has thousands of aficionado’s worldwide.
Flamenco has been shrouded in mystery for many years, and it has only in recent years become known to, but not fully understood by, the rest of the world.
Flamenco is presented in many different varieties, and the colourful polka-dot dresses, castanets, and mellow tones of the acoustic guitar have become emblematic of Andalucía, but these do not represent the authentic side of flamenco.
www.andalucia.com /flamenco/home.htm   (723 words)

  
 FLAMENCO IN CYBERSPAIN
Flamenco music comes from the soul, and there are many varieties of flamenco, from the cante jondo (the Deep Song) to bulerias (about thirty different varieties in all) Some could tear your soul to shreds; others could bring you ecstatic ebullience.
The ideal in flamenco is called "duende" (demon or elf), which refers to a state of emotional involvement, of group communication at a deeper level and a feeling of sympathy, between musicians, dancers and listeners.
Flamenco since its origins has been deeply rooted in the talent and experiences of the gypsies from all over Andalucia mainly, and to a lesser extent from other areas of the Iberian peninsula.
www.cyberspain.com /life/flamenco.htm   (467 words)

  
  flamenco - HighBeam Encyclopedia
FLAMENCO [flamenco] Spanish music and dance typical of the Gypsy, or gitano.
Flamenco dancing is characterized by colorful costumes, intense and erotic movements, stamping of the feet (zapateado), and clapping of the hands (palmada); its execution is brilliant, noisy, and passionate.
flamenco had become a generally popular entertainment form, and it subsequently flourished, both in its pure form and with the addition of elements from ballet, folk music, jazz, and other forms.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/f/flamenco.asp   (340 words)

  
 History of Flamenco
Flamenco is a tripartite art, involving singing, dance and the guitar simultaneously - as well as rhytmic punctuation (by hand-claps and other methods) that is considered an art form in its own right.
Flamenco first became a public, performing art in the second half of the nineteenth century, with the emergence of the cafe cantante.
The action of the flamenco guitar is set lower than that of the classical, with the strings closer to the frets for rapid fingering, and the fingerboard itself is usually slightly narrower.
www.classicalguitarmidi.com /history/flamenco.html   (1270 words)

  
 Flamenco — The dance of Andalusia
Flamenco is a Spanish art form with roots deep in Andalusia —; Spain’s southern region.
Others say flamenco — still referring to the Flemish —; was the nationality erroneously given by the common people to Gypsies.
Flamenco blends influences the earliest of which came from Hindu dances, the threnodies of Greek mourners and the mimes of Imperial Rome.
www.inquisitivetraveler.com /pages/artlib/flamenco.html   (968 words)

  
 Flamenco Glossary
For those new to Flamenco, here is a Flamenco glossary that describes words and phrases used.
Not to be confused with afila (one letter 'l'), based on afilada Andaluzian pronuncation, which means cutting or sharp.
The main characteristics of this style are the richness of its guitar accompaniment, the intricacy of the dancing, the demands of its difficult rhythm, and its lively sound.
www.flamenco.org /glossary.html   (959 words)

  
 Flamenco Guitar: Resources on the Web - 1000 Great Guitar Sites on the Web
It is known that flamenco began to be used as a synonimous for "Andalucian gypsy" in the 18th century.
Flamenco for the 21st Century Flamenco guitar page with streaming audio samples of complete original compositions by Jason McGuire, one the United States finest guitarists.
In fact, the origins of flamenco are much older than the arrival of the gypsies in the 15th century, going back even earlier than the invasion of the Moors in the 8th.
www.guitarsite.com /flamenco.htm   (1555 words)

  
 Sprachreisen, Sprachkurs, Sprachreise - Flamenco Sprachreisen
Ein Spanischkurs bei Flamenco Sprachreisen bietet hochwertige Qualität in verschiedensten Ländern - von Spanien über Guatemala, Peru oder Mexiko bis nach Argentinien, Ecuador oder Kuba.
Jeder Spanischkurs oder Sprachkurs von Flamenco bietet hohe Qualität und die entsprechenden Rahmenbedingungen, um einen erfolgreichen Sprachkurs zu gewährleisten.
Die Perle und das Paradies im Indischen Ozean auch bekannt als die Insel Mauritius wurde auch vom bekannten Schriftsteller Mark Twain besucht der diese tropische schönheit als Paradies auf Erden kührte.
www.flamenco-sprachreisen.de   (1835 words)

  
 flamenco.org
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For the last several years it has been open for Flamenco related information.
Flamenco and Gypsy Points of Interest in Spain
www.flamenco.org   (118 words)

  
 Flamenco - All about flamenco.
Pepe Habichuela and Dave Holland fuse flamenco and jazz
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Our newsletter is full of useful information about flamenco (news, releases, special offers, etc...).
www.esflamenco.com /enindex.html   (119 words)

  
 Museo del Baile Flamenco - Bienvenidos
El próximos días 2 y 3 de Mayo y dentro del programa" Diálogos Flamencos", el viernes a las 21.00 horas y el sábado a las 19´30 horas.
El programa Flamenco Live "Diálogos Flamencos", continúa cosechando éxitos todos los viernes y sábados del mes.
La primera planta con sus zonas variadas de experimentacón de flamenco en sonido y imagen.
www.museoflamenco.com   (767 words)

  
 Flamenco - World.com / La web del flamenco: Flamenco store, flamenco magazine
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To combine and create the most modern, becoming, comfortable flamenco wardrobe.
The Antonio Gades Company revives ‘Carmen’ to celebrate the 25th anniversary of its premiere
www.flamenco-world.com /flamenco.htm   (108 words)

  
 Flamenco Tanz Hamburg - Mar y Arena - Flamenco
Auf unserer Flamenco-Seite werden Sie rundum informiert und können uns diverse Fragen zum Thema Flamenco, Tanz, Gitarre und Flamencomusik stellen.
Desweiteren bieten wir für den Flamencogitarristen eine eigene Auswahl an Tabulaturen bzw.
Wir bieten regelmäßig Flamenco Tanzunterricht auch mit gelegentlichen Workshops an.
www.flamenco-tanz-hamburg.de   (176 words)

  
 Sprachreisen Spanisch und Schülersprachreisen - Flamenco Sprachkurs
Flamenco Sprachreisen Gesellschaft m.b.H. Kaisergasse 18, A - 4020 Linz
Das Angebot von Flamenco Sprachreisen umfasst auch noch Schülersprachreisen.
Wir bieten an Sprachreisen Spanisch für jedes Sprachniveau an den verschiedensten Destinationen in Spanien und Lateinamerika.
www.flamenco-sprachreisen.com   (830 words)

  
 YouTube - Flamenco: Alegrias
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Although Sevillanas are really not considered flamenco, it is the usually the first dance that you are taught, like Dextrex18 said.
Research it further on the internet (I was not able to post a link).
www.youtube.com /watch?v=xxfwm9N1L_4   (196 words)

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