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Gades,

Spain: see CádizCádiz
, city (1990 pop. 156,903), capital of Cádiz prov., SW Spain, in Andalusia, on the Bay of Cádiz. Picturesquely situated on a promontory (joined to the Isla de León, just off the mainland), it is today chiefly a port exporting wines and other
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And who knows what carburetor was originally on this Gade engine when it left the factory.
The scene was carefully constructed by the late Gades "to synthesize that pain dances like a man that is going to die and is meeting his death with austerity, without becoming frantic or making a spectacle.
Segun el escritor Jose Manuel Caballero Bonald, adaptador junto con Gades de la obra de Lope de Vega, el coreografo espanol "trabajo con una dedicacion y un fervor admirables en la adaptacion definitiva de Fuenteovejuna a las exigencias del ballet.
En Malaga continua al frente de la Fundacion Antonio Gades, que lleva junto a Eugenia Eiriz, su viuda.
I'm not a folklorist, but I studied folklore as a poet studies grammar," Gades remarked before his death.
Based on a Federico Garcia Lorca play and adapted by Gades, Blood Wedding remains the most straightforward film in the trilogy.
Among the Gades in attendance, John Rigter's beautifully restored 2 1/2 hp model was a real standout.
En primer lugar se colocaria como puesta en escena localizada entre lo sublime y lo soberbio, al Fuenteovejuna del Ballet Nacional de Espana, que adapta la clasica obra de Lope de Vega con los lenguajes propios del flamenco instituidos por Antonio Gades, el celebre coreografo y cineasta espanol fallecido hace apenas unos meses, y que fue adaptada por Jose Manuel Caballero Bonald y el propio Gades.
Enfermo con un cancer devastador, Antonio Gades viajo el mes pasado a su adorada Cuba.