This music has a specific Flemish slang that is inherent and strongly distinguishes him from other music. These expressions are another differentiating seal is good to know for your greater understanding.
The nineteenth century romanticism imbued with flowers and discover artists and intellectuals in the south, in Andalusia, the most authentic artistic expression. Than it produces more delight for romantics, here it is music and music is fraught with exoticism, with ancient roots that take us to the Andalusian era. This found music, with its aesthetics and uniqueness is flamenco.
Literature that emerged to describe what the authors observed, born words embedded in the Flemish slang. The word elf is a lyrical creation of Federico Garcia Lorca.
Incorporating marginal jargon expressions mixture of the Spanish language social groups and of Gypsies and with deformation purposely termination of words, eg singer to singer provides differentiators.
Another feature is that certain musical terminology flamingos change it, for example compass is used to talk about rhythm. Other terminology is playing by touching above and instead of saying that the guitar was played notes.
We should also say that the term that gives its name to this music comes from the Flemish slang slang that was used in Seville by the troops and marginalized groups. The flamingos were soldiers from Flanders and his haughty and courageous attitude fame is charged, this fame was also shared by the Roma. Hence the term that names the Flemish arises possibly. It is still used the phrase «that person is very flamenco» to underline that this person is predisposed to the fight.
GLOSSARY OF FLAMENCO ARGOT.
Abandolao: fandango variant greatly influenced by the ancient use of the mandolin.
. Form accompany the eastern fandangos
Chords. Position your left hand on the guitar fret.
Afillá: Deep voice. Its name comes from the one with the legendary singer El Fillo.
Tuning. Accuracy emission of sounds.
Aflamenc ar. Adapt to flamenco styles melodies or songs from other genres
Alleviated. Taking a break in an improper time.
Spike upward. flamenco guitar technique that involves using the thumb
right hand in barb for quick riffs.
Anacrúsico. musical feature that occurs when the beginning of a
Melody (rhythmic singing) is not made in the first beat.
A and cos. Complain, complain. It used to emphasize to entonarase to intro-
ducirse in the rhythms.
A t I Emperado. To moderate the tone of the voice.
Dancer / hour. People dancing.
Bandola. musical instrument.
Cabal. People really understood the essence of flamenco styles.
Change. Changes taking place in some styles to enlarge the terminal
tion of a song.
Singer / a. Those who sing.
Sing. Term of flamenco comes to running a music style
flamenco, whether it’s vocal or instrumental form.
Cantiñear. Cantiñas interpret. Usually some of the variants are mixed
Singing forward. Sing where the voice is the center of attention.
Sing back. Sing to accompany the dance.
Cantejondo. Solemn styles that cause deep feelings, by extension
Sing a capella. They’re flamenco ethyls carried out using only
the voice. These are the tonás, pile, jailers, arrows …
Round-trip songs. Songs that were brought to Latin America and Andalusia
They aflamencaron with the passage of time.
Levante. Refers to a group of songs that are specific mining areas
Flush the area of Jaen, Almeria and Murcia and Cartagena.
Sing through. Singing out of rhythm.
Compass. measurement rate.
Contracompás. Accentuate the weaker parts of the beats.
Vocal color. Different ways to vary the position to voice.
Couplet. Letter or short composition, consisting of four lines intended for
Rudeness. Steps performed by the dancer / hour between different parts of the dance.
Duende. The mysterious and ineffable charm cante.
Duquelas: Fatigas felt by the singer.
F alseta. interlude between making the guitar sing different letters.
F alsete: Registration sharper than the natural voice; It occurs rattling
the top chords of the larynx and allows the male voice imitating the tone
Liking . Satisfaction felt by the interpreter inside the domain and
good exhibition of his art.
Syllabic style. When each syllable corresponds a musical note.
Subclótico Hiperbarismo. Increased atmospheric pressure in the lungs.
Heterophony. Conjunction of different sounds
Hemiolia. Resource rhythmic accentuation change consisting of a passage.
Impost. Placement of the larynx in a position to sing.
Cheering. Encouraging words, etc., who sing, dance or play.
Spree. Party between supporters distinguished by the enjoyment and spontaneity
Juguetillo . Letter characterizes cantiñas.
Calls. Blows with the foot that makes the dancer / time to announce
accompanying begins another phase of the dance.
Linked . Left hand technique that involves tying several notes from
Dotted one right hand.
Macho. Closing of the songs running them more brilliance and pitch
Rock singing. How to decorate the melody.
Melismas. Resource sing consisting of applying various musical notes on the
vowel in a syllable.
Phrygian mode. characteristic of flamenco harmonic system.
Modulation. Changing hue.
Olé¡ . Admiring exclamation own song that stimulates the singer / ay rest
disciplines when expressed at the right time, so far without in-
P alo. Variety flamenco style.
P ellizco. Capacity in the interpretation of intimal way to communicate emotions
ma with fans.
Chopped. Technique biting guitar playing the strings with the tips of
Whistles. Clicks finger to accompany the songs and dances.
Polyrhythm. Mixture of different rhythms in the same style.
P or right. Interpretation adjusted to the classic canon of a stick.
P or bajini. Singing in the position of lower voice.
Dotted. Technique guitar playing.
Rajo. Feature tone that accentuates the depth of cante.
Strum. guitar playing technique.
R EETING . Whenever and wherever fans come together with interpreters
it leading to an understanding and coexistence in which enjoys singing with
They are. Rhythm of Cuban origin that flamenco it is similar to saying, compass.
T emple. Know how the songs wisely and to reach the public domain.
T ango of black, American tango. First name of today’s tangos.
T aconear. rhythmic sound that you get at the ball with their feet.
T ercios. The verses sung lyrics.
T ocaor / hour. Guitarist.
T TED above / below. Action guitar.
T r emolo. Repeating a quick note.