Bolero Gypsies New Flamenco, Vol. 2 (2006)

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Bolero Gypsies New Flamenco, Vol. 2 (2006)

Bolero Gypsies New Flamenco, Vol. 2
mp3 | 256 kbps | 2006 | 97 mb | 53 min
Genre: Acoustic | World | Flamenco

"Flamenco is an inherently multicultural art form. It arose in Andalucía, the southern region of Spain, evolving from the interaction of many cultures–including the Moorish, Jewish, Spanish, and especially the Gypsy–that inhabited this area for centuries. Rhythms from Northern Africa and South America have influenced this diverse art form as well. As a result, Flamenco is considered worldwide to be one of the most culturally rich expressions of folklore.

Flamenco is one of the most popular Spanish art forms because of the great intensity of its music and its energetic dance, that reveal a vision of life full of pride, passion, honor, love, sorrow, and death. The universality of these themes, along with the cultural diversity of Flamenco's origins, touch on the many cultures present in the Americas. The richness of this traditional art form enhances the lives of all people who experience it – whether they are living in the Americas, Spain, or any place in the world.

New Flamenco ("Flamenco Nuevo") is synonymous with contemporary flamenco, and is often confused with flamenco pop, or latino and even mariachi music. A modern, diverse musical form, the globalized "New Flamenco" appeals to listeners particularly in Europe, the Americas, and Asia. New Flamenco always respects its central concept of rhythm, complemented by dance, music or voice (or all or some combination there of). The flamenco guitar plays a sentinel role in aiding flamenco. It is sometimes joined by violin, flute, bass. It is said that the person playing the instrument is flamenco, not the instrument itself. A variety of tonalities is possible, sometimes assimilating other genres such as jazz, Classical music and blues and others, yet trying never to lose its focus on flamenco and its character." ~wikipedia.org

Bolero Gypsies New Flamenco, Vol. 2 (2006)

tracklist:

Libre- Armik
Andalucia- Johannes Linstead
Bolero- Armik
Ambrosia- Johhanes Linstead
Calima- Armik
Torero- Young and Rollins
Recuerdos- Armik
Aires de Moxambique- Jason McGuire
Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring- Romero
Mosaic- Young and Rollins
Distances- Jason McGuire
16 Segundos De Alegria- Romero

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