Flamenco Quotes

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Kamand Kojouri
“We dance to seduce ourselves. To fall in love with ourselves. When we dance with another, we manifest the very thing we love about ourselves so that they may see it and love us too.”
Kamand Kojouri

Oliver Phipps
“Every dance has a purpose and every dancer has a destiny.”
Oliver Phipps, A Tempest Soul

“magine a summer evening in Southern Spain. There's Flamenco playing in the background. People on terraces. There is laughter and the scent of Jasmine in the air. Life is wonderful. It is overwhelming. The feeling is indescribable. We are alive my love, we are alive so let us surrender and fall in love.”
Wald Wassermann

“The hardest step in learning flamenco dance is the first one the student takes into the studio.”
Edw. C, Youn

Kamand Kojouri
“Azért táncolunk, hogy elcsábítsuk önmagunkat. Hogy beleszeressünk önmagunkba. Amikor a másikkal táncolok, azt manifesztálom, amit a legjobban szeretek magamban, lehet hogy meglátják és bele(énk)szeretnek.”
Kamand Kojouri

Robert James Waller
“This guy Lobo, whose real and true name was Wolfgang Fink, played better than good flamenco guitar in a place called Mamma Mia in Puerto Vallarta. Had a partner name of Willie Royal, tall gangly guy who was balding a little early and wore glasses and played hot gypsy-jazz violin. They'd worked out a repertoire of their own tunes, "Improvisation #18" and "Gypsy Rock" as examples, played 'em high and hard, rolled through "Amsterdam" and "The Sultan's Dream" with enough power to set you two times free or even beyond that when the day had been tolerable and the night held promise. Lobo, sun worn and hard lined in the face looking over at Willie Royal bobbing and weaving and twisting his face into a mean imitation of a death mask when he really got into it, right wrist looking almost limp but moving his bow at warp speed across the strings, punctuated here and there by Lobo's stabbing ruscados and finger tapping on the guitar top.

Good music, wonderful music, tight and wild all at the same time. On those nights when the sweat ran down your back and veneered your face and the gringitas looked good enough to swallow whole - knowing too they looked just that way and them watching the crowd to see who might be man enough to try it - people would be riding on the music, drinking and clapping in flamenco time, dancing around the dinner tables.”
Robert James Waller, Puerto Vallarta Squeeze

Manal Saabni
“قومي يا رنين
أنتِ تقدرين،
والسّرُّ، في الحُبِّ والتّمرين”
Manal Saabni, فلامنكيتا

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