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The flamenco is a Spanish dance that originated with the Andalusian Gypsies in southern Spain. It's a dance that expresses the dancer's emotion when he/she stomps his or her feet. When the dancer taps his feet lightly, using the toes or balls of the feet, it expresses the feeling of happiness. When the dancer stomps his or her feet loudly and hard with the heels, it expresses anger or unhappiness. When the women of the dance twirl their dresses around so it makes almost a circle around them, it either tries to make them look powerful or intimidating, or it shows the feeling of great pride and joy.
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it has been going on for 200 years
Tell me some states that Flamenco Dancing is crucial there or they just do it a lot in tht country.?
Flamenco dancing is very popular in Spain and in Mexico. You can also find Flamenco dancers all over the United States, including in New Mexico, Texas, and Arizona.
what year did flamenco dancing start
Spanish gypsy .......Southern Spain
There is somthing called TRANSLAOR you know ..
My grandma was the first !!! she even created the dance
Yes, flamenco is traditionally a solo dance. Sometimes, several dancers will get up and dance during one piece of music, but they will generally "tag" each other (one sits dow…n and the next stands up to take over) rather than dance at the same time. You will see flamenco danced in groups by amateur troupes, in choreographed theatre shows, and by entertainers in Spanish tourist tablaos. Flamenco is not a social dance so it is not danced with a partner. The Sevillanas is a popular Spanish partner dance, often used in flamenco performances but it is not actually flamenco.
There are many tutorials on Youtube that teach all different styles of dance! Just run a search and I'm sure you'll find one.
flamenco dance is a type of dance that has sharp upper body, arm and head movements. This type of dance originated in Spain but their are many different types of flamenco styl…es.
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Your flamenco shoes are the most important part of your kit. Special tacks hammered into the front sole give that unmistakable sharp staccato sound and as shoes need to be wor…n in, your own are essential. Travelling dancers take their shoes in their hand luggage - just in case. It's important to be able to see the outline of the arms and upper body in the dance - the better to admire the intensity and tension of the shapes made, so torso and arms are usually clothed in something tight and clingy. The skirt is usually fairly fitted down to mid thigh (so you don't show your knickers when you turn) and then needs to be full and flared from that point down. Almost down to the ankles, it can be lifted to show off the footwork in rhythmic sections, held out to the side to be admired, attractively draped and tucked or left to swing, follow and emphasize the dynamism and energy of the dancer. The skirt needs to have a little weight in it to swing properly. Flowers in the hair and gaudy dangly earrings are all popular accessories, and if the dance requires it, castanets or fans.
It was not made in one day, but was a style of dancing cultivated throughout the centuries. It was initially part of the Spanish Gypsy Culture in the 1500s and 1600s before be…coming more centrally Spanish in the 1700s.
If you wanted to learn how to dance flamenco with a live teacher, then I would go to a local dance studio and see if they offer that specific dance. You may be able to take a… group class, or if they don't offer group classes, you could get individual lessons. You could also watch videos about how to dance flamenco and learn on your own from within your home.