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What does the flamenco dance represent?
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Also, why is the Flamenco Dance important?
some people believe that Gypsies are the main focus of the flamenco dance and song. But also the popular songs and dances of Andalusia have influenced early Flamenco. The first time that Flamenco was reported was in 1774. By 1860 the dance became very important in ballrooms.
Secondly, what are the three forms of flamenco? Canto (“song”) is the core of flamenco, and like baile (“dance”), it has three forms: grande or hondo (“grand” or “deep”), intense, profound songs, tragic in tone, and imbued with duende, the transformation of the musician by the depth of the emotion; intermedio (“intermediate”), moderately serious, the music sometimes
Also to know is, what is the origin of flamenco dancing?
The exact origin of flamenco is unknown and the subject of many hypotheses. The most widespread is that flamenco was developed through the cross-cultural interchange between native Andalusians, Romani, Castilians, Moors and Sephardic Jews in Andalusia during the Moorish occupation.
What are the fundamental characteristics of flamenco dance?
3. Main characteristics of flamenco dance
- Bailaor: Flamenco dancer or performer.
- Braceo: The typical flamenco movement executed using the arms.
- Cante: Action and effect of singing popular Andalusian songs (cantos) or similar.