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Our first Flamenco introduction was from Calo Flamenco Mesa Arizona. The director Martin-Gaxiola is attending. We first learned how to appreciate this art watching Mr. Gaxiola. (I like it better than rock-n-roll).

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Looking forward to leaving Costa Blanco for Seville. I'm going to drink wine and watch this art for two months!...luck us
Do you like flamenco singing? Most extranjeros love the dancing and the guitars but make polite excuses and leave when the cante jondo gets going. But it's the most important part.
 
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Do you like flamenco singing? Most extranjeros love the dancing and the guitars but make polite excuses and leave when the cante jondo gets going. But it's the most important part.
I LOVE everything Flamenco, I've been buying mp3's from amazon for two days... Outside of rock-n-roll there is nothing better. This is going to make some flip..I read that the origins of F came from South America. jajajaja
 
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Yeah right ... :rolleyes:
jajajaja...this is what happens when you let a half genius on the board...but historically I think the Spaniards took a lot from Latin America and not just gold and silver. I'll research (google) this again and post it.
 
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A lot of what you have in S. America came from Andalucia in the first place as did many of the first settlers.
very interesting! I look forward to spending some time there very soon. Maybe it will turn out to be greener grass for us.
 
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