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Slide 1 - ART ON THE MOVE Spanish dances
Slide 2 - Sevillana is a tipical traditional and characteristic dance from the South of Spain. Sevillanes
Slide 3 - Sevillanas Sevillana, is the tipical singing and dancing of the south of Spain, sung and written in Sevilla. Generally speaking, a sevillana is very light and happy music.). Sevillanas can be heard in southern Spain, mainly, in fairs and festivals, including the famous Sevilla Fair, La Feria de Sevilla. The Sevillana did not originate in Seville. It is an old folk dance, danced by couples of all ages and sexes during celebrations (fiestas or ferias), often by whole families and pueblos. Sevillanas choreography is very stable, and knowing it is very useful, since it is a fiesta dance. This is why learning flamenco usually starts with this particular dance: it is easier to reach a particular level and there are more occasions for practice and training (even for men).
Slide 4 - Sevillanes
Slide 5 - The DANCING OF the SEGUILLIDES Maria C. Omar
Slide 6 - SEGUIDILLES The seguidilla is a quick, triple-time old Castillian folksong and dance form. In general, seguidilla folksongs begin with a brief instrumental introduction, often played on guitar, followed by a salida, which is a small portion of the song text acting as a false start. The remaining sections are free and varied, consisting of instrumental interludios and the vocal sections called coplas. The dance is performed in pairs with animated footwork reflecting the rhythm of the guitar and percussion, yet restrained upper body movement. One technique characteristic of the dance is known as bien parado, wherein the dancers stop motion at the end of a section of the music or stanza of text while the instruments continue playing into the next section.
Slide 7 - TAJARASTE Tajaraste is combined music and dance typical of the Canary Islands (Spain). It is specific to the islands of Tenerife and La Gomera Esentially an upbeat, happy and syncopated rhythm, danced in pairs accompanied by tambourines, drums and small castanet-like instruments called characas. The dance is collective in nature and its choreography changes from island to island. The differences arise from the originating island.Tajarastes arrived in the European courts in the 16th century. Its songs are from ancient romances that were revived after the conquest of the Canary Islands. They describe stories, miracles and forbidden loves.
Slide 8 - Muñeira Muñeira is a tipical popular dance from some parts of spain: Galicia, León and Asturias. Ists a dance to be singed and danced. There are some tipical musical instruments as: la gaita, el tamborí o redoblant, la pandereta (pandeireta), tambor, panderó (pandeiro), bombó, jarrascó and sometimes castañuelas (cunchas ou vieiras). The first news about it’s dance came from XVI Century.
Slide 9 - Pictures of muñeiras
Slide 10 - The jota is a genre of music and the associated dance known throughout Spain, most likely originating in Aragón. the jota is danced and sung accompanied by castanets, and the interpreters tend to wear regional costumes. In Valencia, the jota was once danced during interments ceremonies. LA JOTA ARAGONESA
Slide 11 - LA JOTA D'ARAGÓ
Slide 12 - FLAMENCO Flamenco is a style of music and dance which is native to several regions of southern Spain. The origins of the word flamenco are unclear. It was not recorded until the late 18th century. Flamenco is popularly depicted as being the music of Andulusian gitanos (gypsies) but historically its roots are in mainstream Andalusian society, in the latter half of the 18th century. Other regions, notably Extremadura and Murcia, have also contributed to the development of flamenco, and many flamenco artists have been born outside the gitano community. On November 16, 2010, UNESCO declared Flamenco one of the Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.
Slide 13 - Fandango is a lively folk and Andalusian (flamenco) couple-dance usually in triple metre, traditionally accompanied by guitars and castanets or hand-clapping. The earliest fandango melody is found in the anonymous "Libro de diferentes cifras de guitarra" in 1705), and the earliest description of the dance itself is found in a 1712 letter by Martín Martí, a Spanish priest. The form of Fandango have been used by many European composers, and often included in stage and instrumental works. FANDANGO
Slide 14 - Fandango’s dress