This volume is devoted to Seguirillas and Tangos de Málaga.
Flamenco dancing currently has reached a prestigious peak that makes it specially attractive across all countries in the world, due to its aesthetic beauty its technical difficulty, but above all due to its feeling and expressive force.
In view of the success and demand of the ten volumes comprised in " El Baile Flamenco" ("Flamenco Dance"; beginner/medium level), offer now a new delivery, this time consisting of eleven volumes of an advanced level.
As in previous products, every pack contains a CD and a DVD with all the information required for the mastering of several styles or structures, with concise and detailed explanations designed by a team of professionals with extensive experience in flamenco dance teaching.
In the DVD, the artist first carries out the complete dance of the style on which the lesson is focused.
After this, the same exercise is shown in different views, including full body, feet, arms and for somes styles, exercises on the use of the flamenco fans and shawls are also presented. All the dances and exercises are divided into sections and preceeded by a narration (which can be played in any of four languages: Englisch, French, Japanese or Spanish) that presents and introduces them.
The musical accompaniment is of song, guitar and hand clapping. The CD includes the music for the whole dance, so that the stuent can examine and get used to the tempo and rhythm.
Afterwards, th music is played without the hell tapping.
Both formats, DVD and CD, complemented an offered in this second delivery of the collection, are the best instrument for everyone who want to become a player in this unique passion that is flaemnco dancing.
Lalo Tejada, a bailaora who has great expertise, is the teacher. She is accompanied by the singing of Ana Real, the guitar playing of Juan María Real and the palmas (rhythmic hand-clapping) of Manuel Salado.
Multi-system DVD, compatible with PAL and NTSC systems. Suitable for use in any country.
Languages: Spanish, English, French and Japanese.