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FANDANGO

Tienda Flamenca Online Fandango is a flamenco style run by a couple living movement, has triple meter and eight-syllable verses and the use of castanets mark kinship with the jot.

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Fandango is a flamenco style run by a couple living movement, has triple meter and eight-syllable verses and the use of castanets mark kinship with the jot.

Since the early nineteenth century, flamenco adopted traits of the Andalusian fandangos and thus led to calls aflamencados Fandangos, which are considered today one of the main flamenco styles. The form of the fandango is possibly has more variations than any other expression of flamenco.

The variation from lamp dances, making special mention in Huelva, Malaga with its characteristic verdiales, possibly the original mode of this kind of artistic expression; in the provinces of Murcia, Albacete, Alicante and Malaga aka Menorca, and the area of influence Granada, Almería case, popularly known in Spain as “fandanguillo”. In the Alpujarras, the fandango is the typical dance of Trovo.

In the town of Cuenca Mota del Cuervo streak similar to but simpler fandango dance; adds dancing slow crossing and final leg whipped stopping and crossing. It is known as manchego fandanguillo.

Generally, in the Portuguese folklore, alternating moments dancing a duet with alternating exhibitions of each of the two dancers, while the other is limited to setting the pace soberly.

It should also be noted that the term refers to fandango folk dance festivals emerged in the Americas during the Spanish colonial period, which became popular for example in various parts of Mexico, festivities in each region can receive other more local names like huapango in south of Veracruz, which are rooted mainly in Spanish music, some indigenous and perhaps African influences, as the term fandango, which has been discussed that may have originated in a Bantu language, like kimbundu.

Fandangos sticks are very melodic. Most do not follow a marked pace (free Fandangos) and not dance, because the singer has all the freedom to change the rhythm and tempo. The guitar plays a rhythmic beats only between songs. The Fandango de Huelva is an exception that always follows a rhythm (which also dances). Some interpret the rhythm of Fandango as a compass of 12 times. And palms accompanying Fandango of Huelva has a rhythm of 3 or 6 times.

A flamingo which interpreted the fandango giving a very personal touch was Porrina de Huelva, we enjoy it together with Paco de Lucía to the touch.

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GIPSY KINGS

Guitarra flamenca de los Gipsy Kings Today we remember the Gipsy Kings, French gypsies singing in Spanish, a mix between flamenco and pop and light music of various traditions like Catalan Rumba.

Guitarra flamenca de los Gipsy Kings
Today we remember the Gipsy Kings, French gypsies singing in Spanish, a mix between flamenco and pop and light music of various traditions like Catalan Rumba. The album sales are estimated at more than 60 million copies around the world.
Although group members were born in France, her parents were Spanish gypsies emigrants who fled Spain and emigrated to France during the 1930s in the Spanish Civil War.
His music has a style of flamenco rumba in particular with pop influences, many songs of the Gipsy Kings fit social dances, such as salsa and rumba.
His first singles were “Djobi Djoba” and “Bamboleo”, very popular in France despite criticism from flamenco purists. Her album Gipsy Kings succeeded in several countries in Europe, especially in France and England.
In 1989, Gipsy Kings gained recognition in the United States, which spent forty weeks on the charts, something that very few albums in Spanish had achieved. Other albums are Stars, Mosaique, Love & Liberte and this world. His adaptation of the song “Hotel California” was part of the soundtrack of the movie The Big Lebowski and his adaptation of the Spanish version of “You’ve Got A Friend in Me” for the soundtrack of the film Toy Story 3 (2010).
They began their career in 1978 and his first album was released in 1982 “Allegria” and his latest album to date is “Savor Flamenco” in 2014.
Its members are:
• Nicolas Reyes – lead vocals
• Canut Reyes – guitar, vocals
• Pablo Reyes – guitar, vocals
• Patchai Reyes – guitar, vocals
• Andre Reyes – guitar
• Tonino Baliardo – lead guitar
• Diego Baliardo – guitar
• Paco Baliardo – guitar
Chico Bouchikhi was also a member of Gipsy Kings, but quit after the album this world.
We leave this beautiful flamenco song 1991 entitled “Without it”.

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ACADEMY CONTRADANZA FLAMENCO DANCE

ACADEMY CONTRADANZA FLAMENCO DANCE Know our collection of dance shoes hand painted by clicking here

academy contradanzaKnow our collection of dance shoes hand painted by clicking here

Contradanza Granada is a space where they feel fit all something special when they dance. Those who dance for pleasure and those seeking training and development of their careers. We all need to express that we have inside. Regardless of your age or physical condition.
Focus on teaching Flamenco most of our effort. And I offer dance courses, crate, guitar, rhythm, singing and castanets for all ages and levels, with the best teachers of Granada and leading figures nationwide, including a varied program of courses at a professional level.

In Baile Flamenco offer Regular Courses , throughout the year, Monographs by leading figures and Summer Intensive from initial professional level for all ages. We have teachers like Fuensanta “La Moneta”, Miguel Cañas , Raquel Heredia, Sara Jimenez, Naomi Alvarez and many others. Our courses are given by sticks, making it very easy to incorporate students at any time, without being in inferiority of knowledge against their peers.

Course Percussion Flamenca and Compass are in charge of Chema’s Stats . For all levels and ages. We, for those who are new, the best bid. If you enroll for 3 months, the school will relaga your top drawer.

You will learn Guitarra Flamenca Jose Cortes, “The Pirate” . We also different levels.

In our courses Sing we have the know-how of Sergio Gomez, “The Colorao” .

In all our regular classes, students have the opportunity, from basic to advanced, to follow classes with accompaniment. These classes are listed in the routine operation of our courses, free of charge. It’s amazing the progress of the initial students learn when compass and is essential for advanced, looking at their formation, reach a professional level.

This year, we added a course of Castañuelas by Sara Jimenez , because if the student’s training has not been done in the conservatory, this usually reach the professional stage with this deficiency, for certain shows. It works from an initial level and not just learning to play chopsticks, but also to incorporate the dance.

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PORTABLE DANCE FLOOR

Tienda Flamenca Online present an electroacoustic soil collected unmet needs of professional and amateur dancers

Tienda Flamenca Online present an electroacoustic soil collected unmet needs of professional and amateur dancers. A lightweight and comfortable ground transportation that frees the dancer from the shackles of dance in specific places prepared for dancing. An electrified floor that amplifies the sound of dance that you always hear: the sound of the dance raise the place it deserves … both acting alone and together.

Audio amplifiers connected to computers or allows precise analysis of the sound, thus portable dance floor becomes a useful tool in the teaching-learning and improvement in the professional field of dance.

The Flamenco dance floor Tienda Flamenca Online is designed to take care, to absorb and cushion the impact of the dancer. Minimizes and prevents future injuries dancer without losing the sound power of dance. In our R + D + I, we work to continue to provide solutions to the needs of the world of dance. We continue to develop products that allow dancers to keep experimenting and exploring new boundaries.

We create solutions that help the artist to continue growing. Tienda Flamenca Online works to develop solutions that represent a before and an after, a revolution that all dancers need and not knowing were waiting.

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FLAMENCO DRAWER

The drawer is a musical instrument from Peru since the mid-nineteenth century, was officially recognized in Peru as “Cultural Patrimony of the Nation” in 2001. Click here to see our Flamenco drawers.

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Click here to see our Flamenco drawers.
The drawer is a musical instrument from Peru since the mid-nineteenth century, was officially recognized in Peru as “Cultural Patrimony of the Nation” in 2001.
It is one of the few musical instruments where the artist sits on it and it transmits the pace of the drawer body.
The box was created by African slaves in Peru at the end of the Spanish colonization, due to the ban on them to run their drums. The use of drums was banned by an edict of the Viceroyalty of Peru in order to avoid remote communication between blacks (talking drums) and prevent might touch the panalivio, a type of black song showing in laments the conditions of slave.
Percussion being the main factor of all African music, African slaves were forced to seek tools with which to express themselves. African slaves, were soon in wooden crates, used to transport goods, a large percussion instrument and employing them in their sacred rites.
Originally, the drawer is used in dances such as the coastal and zamacueca tondero, dances originating in the central and northern coast of Peru. The use of this instrument was popularized in the “Fiesta de Amancaes”. This holiday is characterized by bringing all horse breeders step landowners typical artisans from all regions of Peru and of course, bohemian musicians north and central coast.
In the bars of the seventeenth-century Lima, a kind of primitive gypsy rhythm is played like the Flamenco bulería, hitting the knuckles against the tables; included discordant voices and accompanied by two guitars.
The Peruvian cajon lacked definite shape until Porfirio Vasquez, a black cultivator of Afro-Peruvian music in the nineteenth century, standardized its current form.
The international spread of the drawer was due to its adoption by Paco de Lucia flamenco in 1977 after a tour of Latin America that included Peru.
The phrase “cajón” was then coined from the widespread use of the drawer in flamenco, generalization exposed him to experience changes in their construction, such as the use of ropes inside and how to cover fixing the acoustic structure of the box, are reason enough to deserve the name.

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ABANICO IN
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The alternative more chic and environmentally friendly air conditioning, your essential ally, which gives you a personal air.A range is an instrument and a fashion accessory that was invented and manufactured so that air could move manually and facilitate cooling while in a hot environment, mainly if it is a closed environment where there are no natural flow of air.
The range originated in China. Its operation is very simple, just shaken harmonically arm which sustains it with more or less intensity; However its production is delicate since artistic touches and quality materials are incorporated.In flamenco dance, the range is used by the dancers to give it more movement into their hands. There are two types of range for the flamenco dance, the semipericon of 27 cm in size, the pericon 31 cm in size.
Enjoy your flamenco fan of Tienda Flamenca Online. TFO, to your Flamenco dances or to give it, so we can take you where you want. We also have fans for men.

FLAMENCO FANS

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CONCHA BUIKA

María Concepción Balboa Buika was born in Mallorca (Spain) in 1972, where his family lived, political exiles from Equatorial Guinea. Meet our promotion of flamenco shawls, click here

María Concepción Balboa Buika was born in Mallorca (Spain) in 1972, where his family lived, political exiles from Equatorial Guinea.She is the daughter of former politician and writer Juan Balboa Boneke Guinea. The Roma community of humble neighborhood of Palma de Mallorca where she grew up was a second home to her, and found in authentic Flamenco a way of expression and the ideal outlet for escape from a harsh reality of poverty and marginalization. Read more……

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