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Synonyms for flamenco

guitar music composed for dancing the flamenco

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a style of dancing characteristic of the Andalusian Gypsies

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Before forming Noche Flamenca, she danced as a soloist with the companies of Manuela Vargas, Blanca del Rey, Luisillo, El Guito, Manolete, Cristobal Reyes, El Toleo and Ballet Espanol de Paco Romero.
Mary Tiffany Ferer's volume, Music and Ceremony at the court of Charles V: The Capilla Flamenca and the Art of Political Promotion, continues this tradition.
18) in order to clarify the composition of the Canal Flamenca to readers.
Her topics include Charles as defender of the faith and universal monarch, the genesis of the chapel, the reconstruction of the Capilla Flamenca, the chapel ordinances, Charles as crusader and Christian knight, and the presentation of the emperor.
Incidentally, Irwinhadthedistinction ofproducingthefirstfoalbythe four-timeAscotGoldCupwinner Yeatswhenoneofhismares,Suma Flamenca,producedacoltat CoolmoreinJanuary2011.
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Previous festival favourites making a return include The Tyne Carnival in the city centre and Pe[+ or -]a Flamenca, a sell-out last year, celebrating flamenco at Dance City.
The smirking criminal plans to have the last laugh when he is released next October by enjoying the high life in the tiny Spanish bolthole of Playa Flamenca.
Spanish tunes GREAT AYTON: Noche Flamenca, an evening of Flamenco, song/guitar and acoustic music, will take place on Saturday, October 29, from 7pm until 10.
The book is plagued by misspelled Spanish words and expressions: "alta niveles" (28) instead of altos niveles, "hasta victoria, siempre" (2) instead of hasta la victoria siempre, "flemenca" (30) instead of flamenca, "vampirosa" (76) instead of vampiresa, "guion" (78) instead of guion, "Estudentil" (85) instead of estudiantil, and many, many others.
His most famous compositions include his Misa Flamenca, a Flamenco Mass and Requiem for the Earth, both of which have received great critical acclaim.
It is abruptly replaced by that of the flamenca, whose clapping hands, arms and hips whirl in percussive harmony.
3% in August, boosted by its new wine brands, La Flamenca and The Narrows, and the new roll-your-own tobacco brand No3.
The Company, part of the Antonio Gades Foundation that safeguards the legacy of the dancer and choreographer, also presented a "Suite Flamenca," a collection of flamenco solos, duets and group dances which were shaped by Gades in the 60s.
A few weeks back a flamenco guitarist from Wales telephoned the Pe[+ or -]a Flamenca de Londres asking if we had a Spanish chair - ladder back, rush seat - to dress the stage at gigs.