1. Flamenco
    genre of music and dance which originated in the southern Spanish region of Andalusia in the latter part of the 18th century
  2. Romani
    The Romani (also Romany, Romanies, Romanis, Roma or Roms; exonym: Gypsy;
  3. Guitano
  4. juergas
    drunken party, drinking session, rave-up, wassail; Synonyms: fiesta
  5. compas
    Compas direct is a modern Haitian Méringue popularized in the mid-1950s by the sax and guitar player Nemours Jean Baptiste, a Haitianjazz artist influenced by the musical styling of Cuba and the Dominican Republic
  6. Jaleo
    a lively Spanish solo dance accompanied by castanets
  7. palmas
    In Flamenco, Palmas is an essential form of percussion to help punctuate and accentuate the song and dance
  8. cante/toque
    types of dance or dancing
  9. cantaor
    • 1. An official who sings liturgical music in a synagogue.
    • 2. (in formal Christian worship) A solo singer to whom the choir or congregation responds
  10. duende
    El duende is the spirit of evocation. It comes from inside as a physical/emotional response to music. It is what gives you chills.
  11. soleares
    "Soleares" (a simpler version of "soleá") is one of the most basic forms or "palos" of Flamenco music, probably originated around Cádiz or Seville in Andalusia
  12. Fernanda de Utrera
    Fernanda is considered by many the best singer of soleares of all time
  13. Cameron de la isla
    • José Monje Cruz
    • spanish & gypsy
  14. paco de lucia
    Francisco Sánchez Gómez , is a Spanish virtuoso flamencoguitarist and composer
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