Below watch (and be blown away by) Emilio Ochando's award-winning piece Tinevo, which took first place in the XXVº Certamen de Coreografía de Danza Española y Flamenco, where he and three other dancers do their thing with castanets and bata de cola. They dance to this original fandangos by Los Makarines:

Los Makarines

Cantan las hojas,
bailan las peras en el peral,
bailan las rosas,
rosas del viento no del rosal,
y nubes y nubes flotaban,
dormían al ras del aire,
todo el espacio giran con ella,
la fuerza del AIRE.

The leaves sing,
the pears dance on the pear tree,
the roses dance,
roses of the wind not the rose bush,
and clouds floated,
they slept just above the air,
everything spins with it,
the strength of the AIR.

You can hear this letra at one minute 25 seconds, but trust me, you're going to want to watch the whole video.

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