flamenco

(redirected from flamencos)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for flamenco

guitar music composed for dancing the flamenco

Related Words

a style of dancing characteristic of the Andalusian Gypsies

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
Desde el exterior porque cuando los flamencos residentes en Bruselas o Flandes acuden a Andalucia o a Espana, o bien cuando van a Belgica artistas que proceden de la "cuna" del flamenco, estos suelen poner este criterio en primer plano en las relaciones que mantienen con los "belgas".
Los flamencos de Andalucia estan convencidos y afincados en el hecho de que hay que ser andaluz para ser flamenco.
On the rather wet Thursday night, dance aficionados braved bumperto- bumper traffic and showed up at the Lotus Temple for an evening of flamenco performances to coincide with the launch of the Instituto Cervantes in the capital.
Our company is attempting to infuse energy into flamenco by getting more and more young people involved," said Paco Ortega, chief of the production house that brought the programme to India.
por que sus artifices se dicen flamencos si no cantan en un dialecto del holandes, no vienen de Flandes ni se paran en una pata como Ian Anderson, el flautista de Jethro Tull?
Mil cien anos despues, Paco de Lucia, uno de los mas grandes guitarristas flamencos de todos los tiempos, llamara Zyryab a uno de sus discos como un homenaje al maestro.
FLAMENCO: a vigorous rhythmic dance style of the Andalusian gypsies; also music or song suitable to accompany a flamenco dance.
Many investigators do agree that flamenco blossomed in Andalusia thanks to the influences of the many cultures that coexisted in the area throughout the centuries, including the native kingdom of Tartessos, the ancient Phoenician and Greek traders, the Carthaginian and Roman empires, Visigoth conquerors, the Moors (Arabs and Berber invaders), the Hebrews and the nomadic Gypsies who originally entered Andalusia from the south (via the African continent), later joined by other Gypsy clans who came from the north.
She developed a strong liking to the world of flamenco alter attending a course in Zurich given by the legendary Swiss dancer Susana.
A ripping solo by guitar virtuoso Jason McGuire ("El Rubio"), musical director of Caminos Flamencos (he also accompanied throughout the evening, as did the singers and percussionist), blazed as brightly as the stars in the outdoor venue.
Como espectaculo, yo soy mas ortodoxa, me gusta mas el flamenco que respeta mas los canones, sin embargo no puedo decir que es un mal espectaculo.
Handsomely printed and well illustrated, this book summarizes the lifelong research of French gypsiologist Bernard Leblon into the origins of Spanish flamenco music.
The brainchild of Artistic Director Yaelisa, the festival seeks to introduce audiences to the new flamenco.
De aqui que, aunque las fronteras no sean netas, y ademas resulten facilmente permeables (existen, por ejemplo, cantaores mas tradicionales que acometen esporadicamente trabajos de fusion), parece claro que el termino "flamenco joven" alude a formulas abiertas; en consecuencia, los jovenes flamencos serian aquellos que adoptan esta formulacion.
Thanks to Yaelisa, artistic director of Caminos Flamencos and the newly created New World Flamenco Festival in Irvine, California, for her input in this issue.