Alegrias - The Romeros With Jaleo (3) - World Of Flamenco - Guitars/Song/Dance/Poetry (Vinyl, LP)

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  2. Oct 07,  · This historic flamenco recording from features the four Romeros: father Celedonio and sons Celin, Pepe and Angel, all guitarists. Known as “The Royal Family of the Guitar,” the quartet is still going strong after 55 years with the third generation of Romeros carrying the torch.
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  4. Jaleo (hah-LAY-oh) is a Spanish noun that means "uproar". In Flamenco, jaleo is an important part of the relationship between the performers and between the performers and audience. In this country, most audiences sit quietly through a performance (Flamenco or otherwise) and then clap and shout "bravo" at the conclusion of the performance. In a Flamenco performance, it is .
  5. A slow, majestic song and dance from the mining region of Levante accompanied by the haunting arabic sounds of the guitar. The song is a sorrowful lament expressing the anguish and hardships of the miners’ existence. As is characteristic in most flamenco forms however, happiness is never far away and the tempo builds to a livelier finish.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of World Of Flamenco: Guitars / Song / Dance / Poetry on Discogs. Label: Mercury Living Presence - SR ,Mercury - SR • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Latin • Style: Flamenco4/5(2).
  7. From the beginning of the 19th century at the very latest, the word 'flamenco' has been used to characterise songs and dances from Andalusia, and has become the very epitome of Spanish folkmusic. Although the origins of this regional music with .

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