Description of the Rumba Improvisation Online course
This course is aimed at students with or without prior knowledge of Flamenco. Our goal with this course is to get you started on the basic steps that you can take for Rumba and get you to be able to apply them to any musical theme. We explain little by little the technique of each step, from the feet to the head, movements of arms and hands, body positioning, hip movements and sideways bursts. We also explain in detail how to introduce these steps into the rhythm of the Rumba.
We explain in detail the composition of the structure: both the wheels and the phrases of four, eight or twelve measures.
With this course we teach you the rhythm of the Rumba, which is binary or four times. We also teach you how to clap and how to apply this in different Rumbas.
The Flamenco Rumba has its origins in the Cuban Rumba but has acquired its own identity as a musical genre. It is performed by numerous artists, which has made Flamenco very well-known by way of this genre. It is a very rhythmic dance, performed in many Flamenco events.
What are the requirements?
- This course is of initial or basic level, so it is not necessary to have previous knowledge to be able to do it.
- It is recommended to acquire the music used in our course, in addition to other Rumbas of different artists to be able to practice with different songs. The music used is:
- “Cuando te beso” – Niña Pastori
- “Todo vale” – Siempre así
- “A mi manera” – Siempre así
- “Sólo Compás” – Grupo de Juana Amaya – Primer parte (sin baile) Tangos y Rumbas II.
What will I learn in this course?
- You will have 20 lessons with more than 80 minutes of content.
- You will learn Rumba Improvisation.
- The steps learned can be transferred to other Flamenco dances of the same measure.
- You will expand your repertoire and vision of Flamenco.
All the lessons of this course
|01. Theorethical Introduction|
|02. Into Practice with Music|
|03. Complete improvised choreography|
|04. Basic Step 1|
|05. Basic Step 1 into Practice|
|06. Basic Step 2|
|07. Basic Step 2 into Practice|
|08. Basic Step 3|
|09. Basic Step 3 into Practice|
|10. Basic Step 4|
|11. Basic Step 4 into Practice|
|12. Basic Step 5|
|13. Basic Step 5 in to Practice|
|14. Walk 1|
|15. Walk 1 into Practice|
|16. Walk 2|
|17. Walk 2 into Practice|
|18. Walk 3|
|19. Remate 1|
|20. Remate 2|