Flamenco

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Amadeus Press, 1990 - Music - 176 pages
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Written by a group of dedicated flamenco enthusiasts, this book traces the history and development of the art of flamenco, that proud, soulful, stirring folk music and dance created by the gypsies of the Andalusian region of Spain in the 19th century. The essays examine the musical, artistic, and spiritual aspects of flamenco as well as its social context and history. The great performers both past and present are identified and discussed.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
11
Gitanos or Gypsies
14
The Geography of Flamenco
21
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