Archivo de la categoría: Spanish folklore

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Publicado en 1st evaluation 4ºESO, 4ºESO, ♫♪, Spanish folklore | Etiquetado , | Deja un comentario

‘Religiosa’ by Jesús Guridi (II. Video and score to download)

Religiosa Guridi Alicia Magdalena Cuesta Many thanks to Isaac, Irene and Teresa (4º ESO C)

Publicado en 4ºESO, Jesús Guridi, Orff, Our videos!, partituras, religiosa, scores, Spanish folklore, Spanish nationalism | Etiquetado , , , , , , , | Deja un comentario

♪Flamenco I: Influences♪

Flamenco is is a form of Spanish folk music and dance from the region of Andalusia. It includes cante (singing), toque (guitar playing) and baile (dance). Short video intro Gypsies who came to Spain in the XV absorbed all the cultural influenced in Spain: 1. Arabian melodies … Seguir leyendo

Publicado en 4ºESO, bolero, Dance, fandango, flamenco, seguidilla, Spanish folklore | Etiquetado , , , , , , , , | Deja un comentario

Seguidillas sevillanas

A ‘Sevillana’ is a typical dance and singing from Andalusia. Nowadays is danced in ‘ferias’ and ‘romerías’, before was usually danced inside the ‘corralas’ or courtyards. It originated before the time of the Catholic Monarchs , in compositions that were known as “Seguidillas … Seguir leyendo

Publicado en 4ºESO, Dance, Sevillanas, Spanish folklore, Traditional Music | Etiquetado , , , , | 1 Comentario

Popular Music: Traditional & Urban

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Spanish Folklore: Romance (3ºESO)

The Romance has its origins in the popular poetic romances: -It is polyphonic, vocal, with instrumental accompaniment and secular themes. -Its musical form consists of four short musical phrases, ABCD and one melody. -Octosyllabic  with free rhyme in the odd, and assonant in … Seguir leyendo

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Spanish Folklore: Jota (3ºESO)

The Jota is a spanish dance and song. Is has a ternary rhythm and is danced with castanets. The word ‘jota’ comes from the old word ‘xotar’, that means ‘saltar’. The most popular are the Jotas from: –Aragón: accompained by … Seguir leyendo

Publicado en 3º ESO, Auditions, Spanish folklore, Traditional Music | Deja un comentario