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Plaza Abierta 2005 - 2006 - La Guia internacional del Flamenco #9788493385422

Plaza Abierta 2005 - 2006 - La Guia internacional del Flamenco

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The only complete guidebook on flamenco art.

An indispensable and practical tool for professionals; in it they can find all information about each and every aspect of flamenco nowadays.
The supporters who share in the passion for this art will see all their curiosity or needs fulfilled, as in the guidebook thy can find all the useful addresses to widen their knowledge, to deepen cultural exchanges and enjoy all aspects of this magical world which is flamenco.
To complete the informative task, 'Plaza Abierta' also offer a meticulous and interesting analysis of the different palos which develop the sole compass, exploring tis history to undestand its origins.
An exhaustive and essential work to hurl flamenco, its artistic and managerial structure in the international market.
Plaza Abierta  is a directory of flamenco art people and companies, as well as includes other performing and musical services throughout the world.
The guidebook is structured into three different sections: the artistic one (Artists and Companies; Academies, Music and Dance studios, Photography, Paint and Sculpture), the commercial one (Tablaos and Flamenco Bars; Management, Promotion and Production; Internet; Manufactures; Flamenco Shops; Musical Instruments Makers and Shops; Technical Equipments; Recording Studios; recording Houses, Distributors, Audiovisual Production and Publishing Houses; Communication Media) and the institutional one (Festivals, Organizations and Peas).
The ordering of entries in the 'Artists' chapter is: Country, Specialization, Name.
In the 'Companies' chapter: Country, Company Name.
In all the other sections the information follow this scheme: country, Province, City, Company Name.