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Transcript of Spain-Flemenco
The songs reflect the spirit of many emotions such as desperation, struggle, hope, and pride.
The Flamenco dance is from Spain, and it is a Southern Spanish art. It exists in three forms: el cante (the song) el baile (the dance) and la guitarra (the guitar). Gypsies are often credited for the invention of the dance.
A lot of this dances history is up for debate. Much of what we know has been passed down through stories. It is certain, though, that it originated in Andalusia during the time period when Spain was under Arab domination. Between 1765 and 1860 there became schools that taught this dance, which made it popular in the ballroom. From 1910 to 1955 easier music was played for this dance. By 1915 there were performances of this dance all over the world.
Staccato Hand Clapping
Dancer performs with passion and tortured expressions but always strive for dignity.
Hand Clapping performs a sharp sound.
Flamenco songs fall into three categories which are
cante jonda (prfound song or deep song), cante intermedio (intermidiate song also called cante flamenco), and cante chico (light song). The cante jondo is thought to be the oldest form.They all involve emotional content.
Space- Medium, Broad Movements
Time-Long and slow motions
Force- Flowing and smooth