Description of the course of Alegrias
With this course you will learn a choreography for Alegrías, is a cheerful Flamenco palo, as its name indicates. The lyrics of their songs usually refer to the bay of Cádiz, the sea and the salt, and in this case to the sailors.
It is a song by Niña Pastori, called “Somos marineros” from the album “Esperando verte”, and It lasts 6 minutes. This choreography has been created for a basic level. It was made for an annual group that worked for more than one trimester and then performed it on the stage, and the group’s performance was both spectacular and beautiful.
In this flamenco online course, you will find many moves and dance steps. The rhythm that is used is twelve times. You can apply part of the choreography to other dances of the same rhythm.
What are the requirements?
- It is necessary to have some basic knowledge of the techniques of Flamenco and mixed rhythm. Although it is not necessary to master it, the course will help you to manage it more effectively.
- It would be a considerable advantage to have space, since it is a choreography with a lot of movement around the stage.
- The use of Flamenco dance shoes is essential. It is also advisable to have a mirror and a dance skirt.
What will I learn in this course?
- This course consists of 18 lessons with more than 80 minutes of content.
- You will expand your knowledge of Flamenco dancing and you will improve the coordination of your movements, as well as acquire a better understanding of the mixed rhythm.
All the lessons of this course
|01. Start with chorus|
|02. Marcaje and Remate|
|03. Turn backwards and gathering|
|04. Marcaje with a slap|
|05. Walk and Remate|
|06. Marcaje while turning|
|07. Marcaje in a fast walk|
|08. Poses and fast walk|
|09. Marcaje and Remate|
|10. Falseta (Poses, marcaje and turn)|
|11. Shoulders movements and zapateado|
|12. Calling, fast walk and desplante|
|13. Marcaje with bodorneo|
|14. Marcaje with hit and turn|
|15. Backwards marcaje and remate|
|16. Chorus performed two times|
|17. Arms movements and final poses|
|18. Complete choreography onto stage|