Antonio And His Spanish Dancers - Antonio And His Spanish Dancers album mp3
Antonio Ruiz Soler (4 November 1921, Seville – 6 February 1996, Madrid), was a Spanish flamenco dancer, choreographer and dance director. He was professionally known as Antonio or Antonio el Bailarín ("Antonio the dancer"). With Rosario (Florence Pérez Padilla) he had a partnership which lasted from 1928 until 1952 and which became world-famous. They were billed as Rosario y Antonio.
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Antonio Sgarbossa is one of the most appreciated and well known painters in Italy and abroad. In art Antonio looks for something that is beyond our normal vision. It is the rather mysterious side that appears, with all the emotions and the thrills of the soul. He has shown the authentic quality of a painter
Classification: People: By occupation: Entertainers: Dancers: By nationality: Spanish Also: Spain: People: By occupation: Entertainers : Dancers. This category has the following 7 subcategories, out of 7 total. Pages in category "Spanish dancers". This category contains only the following page. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
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Recognised as the greatest Spanish male dancer of his generation and an even greater choreographer, Antonio Gades has died of cancer, aged 67. Most dancers only live on in the minds of those who saw them. But three stunning films directed in the 1980s by Carlos Saura show us Gades at his peak. These were Bodas De Sangre (Blood Wedding), Carmen and El Amor Brujo (Love The Magician). Gades was a child of war and hunger. This absence of unhealthy competitiveness and his rigorous dedication to self-improvement allowed him to develop his art. In the 1960s Gades escaped Franco's Spain. He studied classical ballet with Anton Dolin in Rome and became leading dancer at La Scala, Milan. He debuted at Covent Garden in 1965. Like a waif, his ribs showing, short and a little curved in the shoulders, on stage he transformed himself.
The Spanish bolero is said to have emerged in Spain in the 18th century as a result of the blending of two existing dances, the Sevillana and the contradanza. The dance is of moderate pace and is accompanied by guitar music and castanets, and is usually performed either by a soloist or by a couple. Although the dance has fallen somewhat out of fashion, it remains significant in the history of Spanish dance. The fandango –a name most people will have heard of – is a fast-paced dance performed in couples and shows similarities to the bolero.
Degas and His Dancers. A major exhibition and a new ballet bring the renowned artist’s obsession with dance center stage. At the ballet Degas found a world that excited both his taste for classical beauty and his eye for modern realism. He haunted the wings and classrooms of the magnificent Palais Garnier, home of the Paris Opéra and its Ballet, where some of the city’s poorest young girls struggled to become the fairies, nymphs and queens of the stage.
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|A1||No. 2 In D Major|
|A2||No. 6 In G Minor|
|A3||No. 5 In F Sharp Minor|
|A4||No. 1 In F Sharp Minor
Tap Dance, Castanets – Rosita Segovia
|A5||No. 7 In G Minor|
|A6||No. 4 In D Flat Major|
|A7||No. 8 In F Major|
|A8||No. 3 In D Major|
|B1||Allegro De Concierto|
|B2||Sacromonte "Danza Gitana"|
|B3||Andaluza, "Danza Gitana"|
|B4||Viva Navarra, "Jota"
Tap Dance, Castanets – Victoria Eugenia
- Conductor – A.Currás*
- Liner Notes – Simon Harcourt-Smith
- Piano – Pablo Miquel
- Tap Dance, Castanets – Antonio Soler
NotesWith Symphony Orchestra. Decca Mono release: Red Label in soft (front laminated) cover.
Artwork same as London variant.
|LL 1481||Antonio And His Spanish Dancers*||Antonio And His Spanish Dancers (LP)||London Records||LL 1481||UK||1957|