...The Spanish guitar virtuoso known as Paco de Lucía brought flamenco into the modern era by combining it with other idioms and performing with a wide range of other musicians. Born Francisco Gómez in Cadiz in 1947, his father was a flamenco...
Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World Volume XI: Genres: Europe
Bloomsbury Academic, 2017
...Flamenco is a genre of oral music that originated in Andalusia, the most southern territory of Spain, in the mid-nineteenth century. It codified traditions of Mediterranean music and dance – popular (demotic) and folkloric...
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