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    Our customer service timetables are:

    In Spanish, French and English:

    Monday to Friday from 10-13:30h / 16:30-20h and Saturdays from 10 am to 1:30 pm. (GMT + 1)

    In Japanese:

    Saturdays 10h-13:30h. (GMT +1) or by e-mail at japan@flamencoexport.com


    In 2018, our store close for holidays the following days: January 2st and 6th; March 29th 30th ; May 1st, 2nd and 15th; August 15th; October 12th; November 1st and 9th; December 6th, 8th and 25th


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  • Fandango de Huelva

    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

    "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.
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