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The flamenco powerpoint 56


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The flamenco powerpoint 56

  1. 1. By: Santos, Alejandro, Tomás, Pepe, Jesus, y Rudy5-6
  2. 2.  Los bailores- Flamenco dancers El cantante- the singer El canto- the song Las castañuelas- the castanets Las palmas- handclapping El zapateo- footwork; dance performed with high heels.
  3. 3.  The Flamenco originated in Andalusia, Spain In general, it originated in the late 18th or early 19th century.
  4. 4. MEN’S WOMEN’S Tight, black pants. A shirt with a vest or jacket.  The skirt is very heavy- 10 Have nails in the shoes for lb tapping- women too.  Has many ruffles Both have castanets in their  Similar to dresses in hands. bullfights.  V pattern shawl- called a matan.
  5. 5.  La Feria de Abril en Sevilla. New York Flamenco Festival. Many other festivals around the world.
  6. 6. 
  7. 7.  Guitar Flamenco Guitae Cajon Palillos Palmas
  8. 8. •Used to play the cords andmelody
  9. 9. •Higher pitched and morepercussive than the classical guitar
  10. 10. •produces percussive sounds
  11. 11. •creates a high pitched andsharply contrasting clickingsound•Usually two pairs of palillos areused at the same time, with onesized and pitched differently thanthe other
  12. 12. •used to accentuate the importantbeats of the song or to keep the fasttempo•Softer claps are used during guitaror vocal solos, and harder claps areused during the more intense partsof songs, such as when dancers arestomping their feet or when themusic gets particularly loud andfeverishly fast
  13. 13.  Los bailaores ~ Flamenco dancers el cantante ~ Singer el canto ~ song lascastañuelas~ castanets laspalmas ~ handclapping el zapateo~ footwork; dance performed with high heels