The history of Flamenco

History of flamenco 21

More and more, we see how the flamenco is entering in the economic field and in the field of shows, without questioning or reflecting its real identity 1, since the geographic frame of the implantation and improvement exceed Andalucía and the sign of the identity does not represent any more one of the basic reflexions 2 of the different agents who integrate it.

1, If you call modern the ones which are well done, this Seguiriya and that Malagueña are modern. Modern one is what is made in our time, Diego el Marruro and Enrique el Mellizo are still modern ones. And the creation of dance of Israel Galván, and of Canales.  Clemente, Luis. Flamenco!!! De evolución.  Lapislázuli, 2002.

2, The Flamenco is a total art [...] highly exceeds the mere consideration of folklore [...] the division, which is still maintained today, between the private space of the ----- - refuge of the purity and the authenticity -, and the public space of the stages ( cafés cantantes, bull-fight rings, tablaos with large stage have been those), where, according to the topic, the flamenco purity, that restrain the ignorance and arbitrariness of modern audience and the demands of the industry, would run great risks. Consejería de Cultura Junta de Andalucía. Sevilla, 2003

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