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val

 

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henrym3483

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RE: Pasodoble (in reply to val

gerardo nunez has a pretty cool paso doble on his encuentro video i dont know what album its on though ricardo would know.
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RE: Pasodoble (in reply to val

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ORIGINAL: val

I KNOW IT'S NOT FLAMENCO. See, I've even put it in the off Topic section.

Before you start - DO NOT LAUGH AND DO NOT TEAR ME APART.



Why would we laugh? (snicker) I like the sound of the Paso Doble better than Sevillanas.

This reminds me of Baz Luhrmann's Strictly Ballroom. About a ballroom dancer who wants to dance his own steps, and in the process learns a bit of "real" Paso Doble from Antonio Vargas, as opposed to that afeminado stuff they learn in ballroom classes.

LOL

His expression when the Spaniards laugh at him is priceless. Kind of a nice metaphor for peopel coming from Ottmar to real flamenco.

I now return you to your regularly programmed thread.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jan. 24 2009 17:04:36
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RE: Pasodoble (in reply to val

Hola Val

Pasodoble is the basic music which the band plays during the corrida. There are CDs of this music, without any singing.

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RE: Pasodoble (in reply to val

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gerardo nunez has a pretty cool paso doble on his encuentro video i dont know what album its on though ricardo would know.


sorry, i know i'm not Ricardo, but just can't help posting up here that the gerardo track is called "tabaco y oro" and is on the "Calima" cd

i have no idea if it would be any good to dance to tho'



quote:

This reminds me of Baz Luhrmann's Strictly Ballroom.


"show us your pasadoble!!"
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I wouldn't have known it was a Pasodoble. How can you tell?


well, obviously, all the clues are there for the ears of an experienced aficíonado like - ahem - myself....

....er, no, it just says so on the sleeve notes on my copy!
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RE: Pasodoble (in reply to Exitao

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ORIGINAL: Exitao
This reminds me of Baz Luhrmann's Strictly Ballroom. About a ballroom dancer who wants to dance his own steps, and in the process learns a bit of "real" Paso Doble from Antonio Vargas, as opposed to that afeminado stuff they learn in ballroom classes.


Who says there's not a market for Australian cinema??

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Exitao

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RE: Pasodoble (in reply to andresito

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ORIGINAL: andresito

quote:

ORIGINAL: Exitao
This reminds me of Baz Luhrmann's Strictly Ballroom. About a ballroom dancer who wants to dance his own steps, and in the process learns a bit of "real" Paso Doble from Antonio Vargas, as opposed to that afeminado stuff they learn in ballroom classes.


Who says there's not a market for Australian cinema??


Likely that a Baz Luhrmann could only come from down under.

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