In the Spanish word flamenco seems to be something Flemish. And that is true. It stands for 'of Flemish origin’.

Flemish mercenaries who fought for Charles V in Spain settled with non - indigenous people (Gypsies, Moors, Jews, etc.) in Andalusia. With Flamenco all members of this group were identified.
Also in other names for gypsies and immigrants is the true or not alleged country of origin recognized as the Spanish Gitano of ‘egiptano'for ‘Egyptian', the English gipsy of ‘egyptian', the French bohemian from "Bohemian" or the Spanish bohemio.
Flanders was apparently associated with a cheerful, exuberant life, because flamenco in Spanish include the meanings "flamboyant, dashing" and "Gypsy". Possibly it was thought that Gypsies came from Flanders.
(By contrast Flamingo comes from the Provençal Flamenc and / or Catalan flamench (1695) from the Latin flamma for 'flame'.

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Flamenco music, song and dance is considered an important part of Spanish culture, and during the second half of the 19th century evolved from gypsy families in Andalusia. Other areas have contributed to the development of various musical subforms.

The music of the flamenco is usually not listed, but like many folk music an oral tradition and passed to the next generation. Every generation enriches the music by adding new elements.

Characteristic of this music form are sometimes Arabic -style sounds, the exuberant musical embellishments around the theme and the strong rhythm within a twelve count system.

The basic forms of flamenco is flamenco singing. In the basic version, the cante is often accompanied by rhythmic knocking, knuckles tapping on tables, with a stick on the ground or through the finger snapping. Today, he is usually accompanied by the Spanish guitar and palmas, or clapping, Cante flamenco can (also rhythmic) be supported by the baile flamenco: the expressive - subdued flamenco dance style characterized by powerful grace and often intricate hand movements and sounding footwork.