"The Spanish Castanets And Dance"

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"The Spanish Castanets And Dance".

Literary work, based soloist castanets and dance, arts universal.

Purpose of this book: draw a story about the dance and the castanets during its history. The aim is to outline the characteristics and outcomes of this relationship, and open roads to the study of Spanish dance.

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Height 3 cm.
Width 15 cm.
Depth 22 cm.
Weight 500 gr.

"The Spanish Castanets And Dance".

Book recently created, universal key themes:

The identification between the Spanish and the castanet references has fed framework which unfolds in categories as diverse as joy, party, dance, music, leisure, entertainment, tradition, regional, traditionalism, conservatism or easy socialization.
The author, Ms. Victoria Cavia Naya, a PhD in Musicology from the University of Valladolid, studied piano at the Conservatory of Burgos and a BA in Art History and Musicology at the University of Oviedo. His recent research include: studies on music in the choreography of William Forsythe, relations between the phenomenon of fashion and performing arts; studies twentieth-century Spanish dance and choreographic analysis of the proposals of the Spanish dancer Mariemma (artist with universal recognition).
Great work written in Castilian, which will contribute to lovers of castanets and dance, new approaches to these elements symbols of Spanish culture. Key Guide to the identity of our cultural values.
Stresses the cover image, photograph of dancer Ms. Nuria Pomares, artist with a strong career path without end.

The castanets, musical instrument Spanish cultural heritage, original craft manufacturing Spain.

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"The Spanish Castanets And Dance"

"The Spanish Castanets And Dance"

"The Spanish Castanets And Dance".

Literary work, based soloist castanets and dance, arts universal.

Purpose of this book: draw a story about the dance and the castanets during its history. The aim is to outline the characteristics and outcomes of this relationship, and open roads to the study of Spanish dance.