Translation of flamenco in Spanish:

flamenco

flamenco, n.

Pronunciation: /fləˈmɛŋkəʊ//fləˈmɛŋkoʊ/

noun

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    flamenco masculine
    • Tracing a melodic line from flamenco to raga, it's a subtly modulated burst of Hindu-lusian passion.
    • It's been referred to as world music, flamenco, Spanish guitar, folk, etc, so how would you categorise it?
    • If you haven't investigated Latin folk, flamenco or jazz guitar before, this group is a wonderfully pure introduction.
    • Music runs from funky flamenco to lively acid jazz, and the sheer glamour of the design will make you think you're in a movie.
    • His eclectic work was written in 1945 and makes use of various styles such as cabaret, jazz and flamenco.
    • Elements of flamenco, indigenous folk music, and contemporary harmonic complexity run through Kaufman's work.
    • Like the blues, born out of slavery, flamenco is more than music, it's an expression of Cortes's cultural heritage.
    • Their dialectic is a reminder that flamenco is foremost an improvisational music, and in the hands of Morente and her collaborators remains a living, breathing tradition.
    • Picasso frequently played flamenco on the weathered guitar - until the man who taught him how to play asked the artist to pay up for his services.
    • You do pick up a lot about flamenco as Webster learns guitar from intense Juan, who dresses in red and lives in a red apartment.
    • The pairing of a veteran Cuban pianist with one of the rising stars of flamenco on a selection of Cuban and other Latin American standards seems to be a case in point.
    • While they're used to working with an accompanist, in flamenco the relationship is more interactive.
    • The virtuoso has further plans to explore ways of blending flamenco with classical music.
    • Lazily strummed blues to nervous flamenco in one short guitar solo.