- Here are entered musical compositions in flamenco style. General works about flamenco and works about flamenco as a dance are entered under [Flamenco.]
- Cante andaluz
- Cante cañi
- Cante flamenco
- Cante gitano
- Cante hondo
- Cante jondo
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
Earlier Established Forms
- Cante hondo
- found: New Grove dict. of mus. online, Jun. 21, 2002: flamenco (cante flamenco; generic term applied to a particular body of cante (song), baile (dance) and toque (solo guitar music), mostly emanating from Andalucia in southern Spain; also known as cante andaluz, cante gitano or cañi ("Gypsy song") and cante hondo ("deep song"). Although these terms have been used interchangeably, modern studies avoid such nomenclature except for cante hondo, an important subdivision of cante flamenco.)
- found: New Harvard dict. of mus. (the repertory includes characteristic styles of singing (including cante hondo or jondo), dancing, and guitar playing)
Here are entered musical compositions in flamenco style. General works about flamenco and works about flamenco as a dance are entered under [Flamenco.]
Note under [Flamenco]
- 2002-06-21: new
- 2005-07-07: revised
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