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Flamenco Palos Flamenco

  • Fandangos, this folk song belongs to the Andalusidan folk song branch and to the Fandangos family, songs to dance. The fandango is a traditional tune that you can dance to, performed by a couple, and with bright movements. With a ternary time, octosyllable lines and we usually play castanets to mark times, related to the "jota".
    From the beginning of XIX. Century, the flamenco was inspired by the Andalusian fandangos and this is how the "aflamencados fandangos" arrived. Today we consider them as ones of the fundamental flamenco "palos".
  • Fandango de Huelva, belongs to the ternary metrical system group. Among those styles the most transcendental are those from Lucena and Huelva. The ones from Huelva are naive and mischievous songs, following the construction of the classical fandango regarding its structure. But its melody is original and very personnal.
  • "Fandango malagueño", from Malaga, belongs to the ternary metrical system group. In Malaga we call them Verdiales, posibly the native form of this artistical sign; in the other Andalusian provinces, like Almeria, we know them under Fandaguillo. In La Alpujarra the fandango is the typical dance of the Toro.
  • Fandangos, this folk song belongs to the Andalusidan folk song branch and to the Fandangos family, songs to dance. The fandango is a traditional tune that you can dance to, performed by a couple, and with bright movements. With a ternary time, octosyllable lines and we usually play castanets to mark times, related to the "jota".
    From the beginning of XIX. Century, the flamenco was inspired by the Andalusian fandangos and this is how the "aflamencados fandangos" arrived. Today we consider them as ones of the fundamental flamenco "palos".
  • Fandangos from Huelva, they belong toe the Andalusian folk songs group and to the Fandangos family, songs that you can dance to, with ternary measure. The Fandango is one of the most famous song of the floklore from the South. Among its styles, the most far-reaching are those from Lucena and those from Hueva. These are folk songs between naive and mischievous, following the construction of the classical fandango regarding its structure, but its melody is original and personal.
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