The description of Flamenco music
Flamenco is a style of music and dance typical of Andalusia, Extremadura and Murcia. Its main facets are the cante, the touch and the dance, counting also with its own traditions and norms. As we know it today it dates from the eighteenth century, and controversy exists about its origin, since, although there are different opinions and slopes, none of them could be proven in historical form. Although the dictionary associates it especially to the gypsy ethnicity, 1 is more than perceptible the fusion of the different cultures that coincided in the Andalusia of the time. Of all the hypotheses about its origin, the most widespread thesis is the one that exposes the Moorish origin, only the cultural mestizaje that at that time occurred in Andalusia: native, Muslim, Gypsy, Castilian and Jewish.
For lovers of flamenco guitar and flamenco instrumental music we have exclusive spaces to these ideal touches for the practice of gypsy singing, cante jondo and gypsy dancing where the flamenco dancer and the flamenco dancer can express the best of Spanish dance to Rhythm of flamenco songs to dance and delight the senses with the best flamenco artists such as: Paco de Lucía, Vicente Amigo Girol, Tomatito, among other references of flamenco guitar music and flamenco instruments.
Here you will be able to listen to the flamenco flamenco singers and flamenco tapas more representative like the following artists of flamenco touch and cante in Spanish:. Falete, Ojos de Brujos, Manuel Lombo, María Jimenez, Clara Montes, Martírio, Javier Rubial, Manuel de Angustias, Pasión Vega, Parrita, La Hungarian, Flamenco Fund, Los Rebujitos, Sinlache, The Train of Dreams, El Barrio, Vicente Amigo Girol, Marina Heredia, El Pele, Tomatito, Antonio Molina, Camarón de la Isla (José Monge Cruz), Paco de Lucía, Lola Flores, José Mercé, Manolo Caracol, Diego el Cigala, Enrique Morente, Juanito Valderrama, La Niña de La Puebla, Miguel Poveda, Estrella Morente, Remedios Amaya, Lole and Manuel, Antonio Chacón, La Niña de los Peines, Carmen Linares, Antonio Mairena and El Lebrijano, as well as lesser commercial flamenco performers.
An ideal place for those in love with romantic flamenco music where you can find countless romantic flamenco songs to dedicate, flamenco pop and new flamenco with the most popular songwriters of the moment for young audiences such as Fondo Flamenco, la Hunúnga, Los Rebujitos, Sinlache, The Train of Dreams, Niña Pastori and El Barrio.
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