Flamenco is Spain’s great folk music.
It began as a spontaneous outpouring by Spanish Gypsies (gitanos), who would break into unaccompanied song at taverns or around the campfire. The ultimate achievement for aficionados is an ecstatic state of transcendent emotion known as "duende."

My aim is to convey the edgy rhythms and heart-rending sadness, the fluid beauty, sense of a shared past and haze of sacramental wine, which swirl around the chimera called "flamenco"
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   19. Sevillana

   20. Duende

   21. Orange Hair Comb

   22. Pearl Hair Comb

   23. Two Girls

   24. Red Dress

   25. Playing the Cajon

   26. Male Dancer

   27. On Horseback
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