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  1. Carmen Amaya,& Sabicas, Carmen Amaya Et Sa Compagnie: Carmen Amaya,& Sabicas, Carmen Amaya Et Sa Compagnie - Flamenco! (Album) 10 versions: Brunswick: 46 France: Sell This Version: 10 versions.
  2. Carmen Amaya achieved a level of popularity greater than any other flamenco artist, ever – whether in singing, dancing or playing the guitar. Whether one has seen her dance or not, her name is known both within the flamenco world and beyond. Among flamenco .
  3. Dec 04,  · Carmen Amaya from the movie "Maria de la O", "Queen of the Gypsies" by Paco Sevilla is an excellent book to learn about the fascinating Carmen and Flamenco.
  4. Flamenco Dancer, Singer. She debuted in , at the age of 6, at the Restaurante de las Siete Puertas and the next year she triumphed in Paris. In , she appeared in New York at the Carnegie Hall, obtaining a big success, even President Roosevelt invited her to the White House. She also appeared in a few films such.
  5. BIOGRAPHY OF CARMEN AMAYA, THE FAMOUS FLAMENCO DANCER FROM BARCELONA Carmen Amaya was born in Barcelona in and passed away in Begur (Gerona) in She was born in a shack in the Somorrostro. Her father was Francisco Amaya “El Chino”, a poor guitarist who played in taverns day and night to earn a living.
  6. Carmen Amaya (–) was a Romani dancer who performed around the world and had a huge impact on the art of flamenco. During her lifetime she was called the greatest of dancers, and Queen of the Gypsies. Carmen called herself a Gypsy, but today this term is considered offensive by many Romani people for its negative history and.