In this online course of Rumbas, the complete choreography of a specific Flamenco piece is explained step by step. It is designed for students with or without prior knowledge of Flamenco. We explain the technique of each step from the feet to the head, movements of the arms and hands, body placement, hip movements and sideways breaks, simple foot tapping techniques, resulting in a complete Rumba choreography.
With this course we teach you its rhythm, which is binary or four times, and you will make numerous typical and traditional moves of this dance which, once perfected, can be adapted to any other piece of Rumba music.
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.
If you sign up for this course you will be able to perform a complete choreography and you can use what you have learned for other types of dances with the same binary rhythm.
What are the requirements?
- It would be advisable to acquire the music used in this course: “De boca en boca” de Niña Pastori, from the album “Joyas Proprias”
What will I learn in this course?
- You will learn a complete choreography of Rumbas
- The steps learned can be transferred to other Flamenco dances
- You will learn the rhythm of the Rumba
- You will have a starting point towards other Flamenco choreographies and dances
Who is this course for?
- This course is designed for those who simply have the desire to dance and learn Flamenco
All the lessons of this course
|01. Initial Poses|
|02. First Marcaje|
|03. Second Marcaje|
|04. Third Marcaje with Turn|
|05. Fourth Marcaje with clapping (palmas)|
|06. Fifth Marcaje|
|07. Sixth Marcaje "pon pon sound"|
|08. Clapping Remate|
|09. Seventh Marcaje into practice|
|10. Steps in guitar falseta and stomp|
|11. Eighth Marcaje|
|12. Pose with arms movements and swing|
|13. Remate and stomp while turning|
|14. Ninth Marcaje (similar to the second)|
|15. Tenth Lateral Marcaje|
|16. Eleventh Marcaje and backwards turn|
|17. Twelveth Marcaje diagonally|
|18. Last Marcaje and hip ending|
|Complete dance onto stage|