January 28, 2020 0

CGI 3D “Flamenco de Andalusia” Animated Documentary Short:- by Moeez Alrammah | Virtualizer (مترجم)

CGI 3D “Flamenco de Andalusia” Animated Documentary Short:- by Moeez Alrammah | Virtualizer (مترجم)


In the year 1492 AD, and after the falling of Granada to the hands of the Castilians that haven’t stopped crushing and persecuting all the followers of the Andalusian civilization. Those who haven’t been arrested and tortured in the Castilian inquisition, fled with their families to the mountains, to live in caves and hills. Nevertheless, and since hundreds of years, the Andalusians innovated various methods in order to hide the Islamic Arab identity in the Iberian Peninsula. One of those methods was the «Flamenco» dance, this word has an Arab origin which means «Afflicted Farmer» and is pronounced «FALLAH-MANKUB». It’s a dance and a rough voice singing with the touching of the feet to the ground throwing the hands up in the air as if liberating from the conquerors with angry faces, and looking in the eyes with a blatant challenge. Also, they have transformed the Arabic word «ALLAH/GOD» that is pronounced «Alá», to the word «Olé» that is said often in the Flamenco songs and that explains that they suffer a deprivation of being able to pronounce it publicly. With similar expressions Antonio Emmanuel Rodríguez has dedicated his book that is about his Andalusian origin. My love.. Please my love, do not leave Do not go so far, I waited here for hours, to see you O my love Please my love, do not leave Do not go so far, I waited here for hours, to see you Come back.. I will not return, I will not return I will not return, I will not return I don’t want to rememberer, I don’t want to rememberer Come back.. I will not return, I will not return I will not return, I will not return I don’t want to rememberer I don’t want to rememberer In the year 1492 AD, and after the falling of Granada to the hands of the Castilians that haven’t stopped crushing and persecuting all the followers of the Andalusian civilization. Those who haven’t been arrested and tortured in the Castilian inquisition, fled with their families to the mountains, to live in caves and hills. Nevertheless, and since hundreds of years, the Andalusians innovated various methods in order to hide the Islamic Arab identity One of those methods was the «Flamenco» dance, this word has an Arab origin which means «Afflicted Farmer» It’s a dance and a rough voice singing throwing the hands up in the air as if liberating from the conquerors and looking in the eyes with a blatant challenge. Also, they have transformed the Arabic word «ALLAH/GOD» that is pronounced «Alá», to the word «Olé» that is said often in the Flamenco songs With similar expressions Antonio Emmanuel Rodríguez has dedicated his book

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