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Con motivo del homenaje a Lola Flores, la Farruca y Farru tuvieron un hueco en el programa de María Teresa Campos, Qué Tiempo tan Feliz. Allí bailaron La Niña de Fuego, y después Farru se marcó una canción compuesta por él para la Faraona (aunque para los Farrucos, la primera faraona será siempre Pilar).
“I am the keeper of the history of my family,” he says, “I remember the details of the oral tradition of my family, the things that have been passed down from my brothers, my grandfather, my mother. I hold on to all of that like an archive.
Farruca se lamenta del pseudoflamenco descafeinado que inunda hoy día los escenarios:
Now I’m discouraged, because looking at dance scene, there’s so much going on that people call flamenco that’s really something else. They use the name to market it and because there’s a big audience for it, but really it has nothing to do with flamenco.
y admite que, en definitiva, el flamenco parte del corazón.
He earned the applause. In “Siguiriya” his footwork was uncommonly fast, embroidering an already rapid roll with triplets. He attacked his steps with brio, raising his legs high to cross them with diagonal force, nearly throwing himself off balance. The way he pumped his arms at chest level made me wonder if his file folder included some hip-hop.
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