[ US /fɫəˈmɛŋˌkoʊ/ ]
[ UK /flɐmˈɛŋkə‍ʊ/ ]
  1. a style of dancing characteristic of the Andalusian Gypsies; vigorous and rhythmic with clapping and stamping of feet
  2. guitar music composed for dancing the flamenco
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How To Use flamenco In A Sentence

  • To a soundtrack of cooking tips, paedophilia newsflashes and outtakes from the film Brief Encounter, she tries to seduce a stuffed tiger, intercutting her swaying flamenco with mad, petulant little flounces. Alonzo King Lines Ballet; Retina dance company, Collisions, Juliet Aster
  • In the early development of flamenco, the rhythm work was done in bare feet, so for me, the footwork is somewhat comparable to American Indian dance.
  • Kleiber even goes so far as to move the last act's entr'acte right into the middle of the choruses which open that act, providing the flamenco dancers with another opportunity to strut their stuff.
  • I compiled a bunch of recent flamenco things, really oddball flamenco things.
  • We get an occasional article or news item written about us and go for months without a word about what is happening in the world of Spanish dance and flamenco.
  • The pairing of a veteran Cuban pianist with one of the rising stars of flamenco on a selection of Cuban and other Latin American standards seems to be a case in point.
  • There's betrayal, murder, raucous feasts, flamenco dancing and the occasional talking tree.
  • Dressed in traditional costume, this is an opportunity to show off their horses and horsemanship, to call on friends, to dance flamenco, to eat, drink and be merry.
  • He's bringing contemporary works to Los Angeles, including Christopher Wheeldon's 2006 "DGV," originally created for the Royal Ballet; a new piece, "Epimetheus," by Russell Ducker, from Britain, a company member; and "Solea," a pas de deux for Mr. Corella and his sister created by the flamenco dancer María Pagés, and. Debra Levine: Ballet's Angel Corella Looks Ahead ... and Back
  • He keeps wandering into minor subplots, about a flamenco dancer and a dancing doctors demonstration.
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