Good Singing Hurts
IMZ World Music Film Screenings


  • event type: Festival
  • start date: 27 Oct 2011
  • time: 12:00 - 12:55
  • city/area: Copenhagen
  • venue:WOMEX 2011 / Forum Copenhagen / Cinema
  • country: Denmark
  • style(s):
    • Flamenco
  • event submitted by: IMZ - International Music + Media Centre

Original Title: El Cante Bueno Duele
Flamenco Biënnale Nederland
NTR (Dutch Broadcast Company)

Genre Documentary | Production Company Flamenco Biënnale Nederland, NTR (Dutch Broadcast Company, Netherlands) | Co-Production Company Martijn van Beenen Filmproducties (Netherlands) | Producer Taco Lindekamp | TV Director Martijn Van Beenen, Ernestina Van de Noort | Camera Martijn Van Beenen | Editor Edon Rizvanolli | Source video/audio HD/Stereo | Recorded Jerez de La Frontera, Spain, 2010 | Duration 55'

Martijn van Beenen and Ernestina van de Noort travelled to Andalucía in search of the roots of flamenco. They met three generations of guitarists: Manuel Morao, Moraíto Chico and Diego del Morao. The Morao gypsy dynasty has put an indelible mark on the flamenco style from Jerez de la Frontera, one of the most prominent breeding grounds of flamenco. It emerged on the land around Jerez on the large farms where gypsies worked as day labourers. María Bala (76), sister of the great singer Manuel Soto Sordera and one of the last keepers of the old cante jondo, demonstrates how the primitive flamenco singing of the past sounded.

The filmmakers wish to dedicate their documentary to Manuel Moreno Junquera, ‘Moraíto Chico’ (1956 – 2011)
Featuring: Manuel Morao, ‘Moraíto Chico’, Diego del Morao, Diego Carrasco, José Merce, María Bala, Jesús Méndez, El Bo, Chícharo and many others

 

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