Flamenco is a form of dance and music practised in Spain. It evolved over gypsy, Moorish and Latin American influences, the latter being the effect of its colonization of the American continent for four centuries. It combines instrumental music and dance in three settings, namely, small scale cabaret, concerts and theatres. It may use flute or saxophone, or guitars and a dancing pattern that evolved over the centuries. The theatrical presentation is a ballet.
Tags Ballet Cabaret Colonization of the American continent Concerts and theatres Dance and music in Spain Dancing pattern Flamenco Flute or saxophone Guitars Gypsy Latin American Moorish Music and dance Theatrical presentation
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