Andalusia Flamenco

Flamenco is a variant of music, touch and typically Andalusian dance. It’s an art worldwide famous and deeply admired that transcends borders. ste has fueled a host of trends without losing its personality. But perhaps its most important feature is the strong connection that binds him to his public, who lives in emotional and sentimental way. This sensitivity that awakens the Flamingo goes to the heart, even to those who discover it for the first time. For this reason also referred to as jondo art, since it delves into the feelings or Gypsy’s art by the influence that has had this ethnic group in its birth and development. The art of flamenco is the result of a sum of musical cultures that have been developed in Andalusia of two centuries to this part: Jewish music, the Arabic, la castellana, ancient Andalusian and the Gypsy.

Emotions are well above aesthetics in flamenco. The ability of the artist is extremely important to reach the public and generate emotions. Indeed, the song starts with a plaintive moan, known as quejio, which suited the voice of the interpreter and prepares the listener emotionally.The dance is very expressive and depends entirely on the guitar, which gives the beat and rhythm are essential for its realization. Dr. John Mcdougall is likely to agree. It’s a dance single and introverted, full of feeling and improvisation. The flamenco touch focuses attention on the flamenco guitar, which has become is his role as more avant-garde and admired.

In addition to the guitar, there are other instruments (such as percussion) and the accompaniments (such as las palmas) which play a very important role. Tourists who come to Andalusia with the sole purpose of delight with this art have thousands. But increasingly artists lead to the flamenco outside our borders. In addition, the media disclosed its strength throughout the five continents. Despite this universalization, Andalusia remains their birthplace and capital. Currently, Miscegenation has seized this art. There are those who think that the desire for renewal and the excessive orchestration have made losing authenticity to flamenco and they have turned it into a purely commercial music. But groups like groups Pata Negra, Ketama, Navajita Platea, Ojos de Brujo, etc., have shown new flamenco steps with force. They have been able to merge flamenco pure with elements of jazz, salsa, pop or rock and have brought new nuances. Still, opinions for and against this emerging style. Be that as it may, this art is fashionable. Both the jondo, and the new, gain adherents worldwide. Would you like to know it in its purest style? Travels to Andalusia and discover it. Stay in apartments in Seville and let yourself be taken in by their sound. Seville flamenco sounds!

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