Algunas notas en torno al flamenco y a Camarón de la Isla

Vivar, Francisco
October 2011
Confluencia;Fall2011, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p138
Academic Journal
This article discusses flamenco, a genre of Spanish music, and the Spanish flamenco singer Camarón de la Isla. It examines the role of flamenco in literature, including "The Invisible Man," by Ralph Ellison, and "Memoria del flamenco," by Félix Grande. The author also studies the emotional aspects of flamenco music by relating them to the German words Weltschmerz, meaning pain, and Weltvertrauen, meaning having confidence, as well as by analyzing the vocal styling of Camarón de la Isla.


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