Flamenco Dance is one of the parts that any Flamenco show must contain in order to show a complete expression: although it is true that we can find shows only of solo singing, whether just solo of guitar play, or several combinations music and dance. Flamenco is a free expression which adapts to the artist and the moment. Just the way to understand it, within the formal charges that artistic expression deserves.
We want to give you a gift today: this dance pass through Tarantos by Natalia Blanco within our Outdoor Show of Patio Flamenco Pura Esencia, in company of Juan Toro, Carlos Ayala and Javi Aguilar “El niño Carmela”
From Pura Esencia Flamenco, we want to make known these pillars that every flamenco show must contain so that you can appreciate even more the roundness and strength of this form of expression of life and art: that is our heritage. Whether you come to our Tablao Flamenco in Triana or any other, knowing the phases of which the dance is composed within each flamenco “palo”, will allow you to appreciate and appreciate even more of the sincere feeling that comes from contemplating the dancer or the dancer every time she goes to the tablao.
That is the moment, that is the moment of dance, where body expression takes center stage to the extent that words give away and dance becomes universal and makes it easier for Flamenco to reach everyone, regardless of their origin, language or age. Flamenco dance makes us understand the same language, and creates a connection where only feelings speak, which are common to all
In this video, our artists give us a clear outline of what flamenco dance is and its parts that are common to all “danceable” types of Flamenco: it is already a matter of the freedom of the artist that gives the moment the versatility that makes it unique. You can repeat the show of Pure Flamenco Essence a thousand times and you will notice that you take different feelings each time
Natalia Blanco, Juan Toro and Carlos Ayala in this video “The Parts of flamenco dance”
Click the Photo to connect with The Videos “Phases of Flamenco”
In this friendly video recorded in our Flamenco Patio outdoors and with a good tapas and wine as it deserves, and in a good talk, we give rise to Natalia offering us a structure of the dance part in any Flamenco “palo”. Thus, flamenco dance consists of the following phases:
Entrada libre musical al toque de guitarra
Entrada musical con letra
Final del Palo
Natalia, highlights among all the “Falseta” which is the musical part of the “palo”where the singing is set aside and is the core of all the composition that is left free to the improvisation of the artist.
In next chapters of this blog, we will detail the parts both in their technical contemplation and in their meaning within the “palo” and what the protagonists can tell us about what they feel and inspire at all times
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This blog has been made thanks to the collaboration and art of the artists of Pura Esencia Flamenco
with the drafting by Ephicurius