Danse Flamenco

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INTRODUCTION :

Nous avons assisté à un ballet flamenco appelé "EN EL CAMINO DEL SOL" C’est une petite production composée que de 8 artistes: 4 danseurs ,2 musiciens et 2 chanteurs .L'équipe technique est composée de deux personnes : une pour la lumière , l'autre pour le son . Pour certaines représentations , un seul régisseur général se charge de la mise en place et gestion du son et de la lumière..

Le décor: des chaises sont disposées en demi cercle et les danseuses sont placées au milieu d la scène, les musiciens quant a eux, sont placés devant leur micro Ils restent sur scène durant toute la durée du spectacle et sont habillés en noir .ils jouent principalement de la guitare e et des percussions accompagnés de 2 chanteurs;les danseuses , par contre changent plusieurs fois de tenues et dansent autour de plusieurs thèmes .Il y a une alternance de parties dansées et parties musicales .

Le spectacle est divisé en plusieurs parties :
-une booleria: danse très festive ,rapide, avec quelques espaces d' improvisations de la part du chanteur et des danseuses
-une partie musicale
-une sévillane :danse plus contemporaine que la traditionnelle sévillane une Alegria :danse très joyeuse et rapide .
-un tango (différent du tango argentin)

La danse flamenco:

à l'origine , le flamenco est un chant qui exprime une plainte( tout comme le blues) : en effet se sont les gitans qui sont à l'origine de celui ci et ils ont été longtemps persécutés , emprisonnés en Espagne
Cette douleur , et souffrance est exprimée dans le flamenco.. Par la suite , le flamenco s'est développé comme danse : celle ci n'exprime plus le message de « plainte » , les mouvements ne sont pas narratifs comme dans le cas d'autres danses (danse indienne ou africaine).Ils expriment bien souvent une certaine gaieté , mais peuvent aborder des thèmes plus profond et…...

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