04 Mar Flamenco music
Flamenco music is a universal art
The flamenco music is both an art and a science, which is embedded in the culture of the society to which it belongs and the hosts and therefore must be appreciated and buy extent from the intelligence and emotions. As an art and knowledge, has no borders that delimit or would prevent their continued development and evolution. We must also say, that has no limits, flamenco music, in its improvement or compression.
Flamenco music meets all the rules and principles of music and therefore to understand, disseminate or learn, it should be using musical concepts.
Discovering the rhythmic characteristics of flamenco is a priority for conoc er best and enjoy this music.
Flamenco is a rhythmic music with a great impact, because it has a great variety, rhythm of tangos, fandangos, soleá or seguiriyas, which changes the speed in implementation and leads to new musical sensations.
Flamenco music has basic simple binary rhythms and triplet timing and rivers, is very present in the folklore rhythms of the world, from Africa the world. But it also contains compounds and asymmetric like solea and Seguirilla which gives great richness and complexity of his greatest delight musicians and fans rhythms.
The harmony of flamenco music behaves similarly to other music (b way lues, pop, jazz., …) either gender or ancient cultures (Turkey, Persia, India, …)
Flamenco belongs to Western music and therefore uses the harmonic modes and scales used by musicians in the world. But it also contains a flamenco own to build the harmonization of rhythms that provide it with a unique sound of this music, giving it a characteristic sound as it uses a harmonic personality system called flamenco mode which is proper and exclusive to this music. Flamenco is harmonized in descending on a main notes they are: . LA, -Sol, -FA-MI and is complemented with secondary notes are RE, -DO, -IF.
Another way to harmonize flamenco music is from the major and minor modes maintaining the uniqueness of the melody falls tonally. Another peculiarity is the harmonic blend of the two systems. This results in the group of fandangos in which employs flamenco guitar and voice mode plays in tonal modes.