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by Buleria

Dictionary meaning Buleria: It originated in Jerez (Spain) during the 19th century, originally as a fast, upbeat ending to soleares or alegrias (which share the same rhythm and are still often ended this way) . It is among the most popular and dramatic of the flamenco forms and often ends any flamenco gathering. The name bulerías comes from the Spanish word burlar, meaning "to mock" or bullería, "racket, shouting, din". It is the style which permits the greatest freedom for improvisation, the metre playing a crucial role in this. Speed and agility are required and total control of rhythm as well as strength in the feet which are used in intricate tapping with toe, heel and the ball of the foot. Why the name Buleria for the band: Buleria can also be interpreted by giving significance to the activity it produces. Buleria derived from its historical and traditional origin characterizes and embodies in a contemporary way; an explosion of energy, freedom of expression, talent, spontaneity
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Dictionary meaning Buleria:
It originated in Jerez (Spain) during the 19th century, originally as a fast, upbeat ending to soleares or alegrias (which share the same rhythm and are still often ended this way) . It is among the most popular and dramatic of the flamenco forms and often ends any flamenco gathering. The name bulerías comes from the Spanish word burlar, meaning "to mock" or bullería, "racket, shouting, din". It is the style which permits the greatest freedom for improvisation, the metre playing a crucial role in this. Speed and agility are required and total control of rhythm as well as strength in the feet which are used in intricate tapping with toe, heel and the ball of the foot.

Why the name Buleria for the band:
Buleria can also be interpreted by giving significance to the activity it produces. Buleria derived from its historical and traditional origin characterizes and embodies in a contemporary way; an explosion of energy, freedom of expression, talent, spontaneity and rhythms that initiate at the deepest, purest and most valuable cradle of all emotions: the heart!

Buleria in Papiamento would simply mean: Alegria! Rumba! Ambiente!

The capacity to bring the enjoyment of composing songs of making music to the masses and giving them an awesome time.
The way rhythms are created and played and lyrics interpreted and presented is with such passion, love for music, devotion for the art of creating something unique, conviction to be different and creativity that those involved produce right-on improvised tunes to the delight of their audience.
When the idea was presented of this new and fresh ensemble, we immediately linked the word Buleria with the frontline of singers as well as with the energy the masterminds personify; a tremendous synergy of brotherhood and fellowship. The countless possibilities that arise from a talented and gifted group of young, driven and hardworking individuals with ambition, the great prospect and potential combined with groundbreaking ideas, energetic beliefs and desire to thrive and make it in the music industry encompasses and synchronizes with the ambition and ability to be different.
All these elements put together are vital in the mindset of this group and therefor imperative components of the aspirations needed to be successful in life and what you do.

“Let the beauty of what you love be what you do” – Rumi
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