Also known as cante de columpio ( cante of swing ) because of its pronounced melodic swinging. Its origin is clearly folkloric and is one of the clearest examples of flamenco-inspired style that exist. La Niña de los Peines gave it the form that the style has nowadays.
Actually, Pastora picked up various lyrics of these popular songs and gave them Flamenco characteristics adjusting to the compás of Fandangos, and not to the compás of Soleá, like people have written in many occasions.
Naranjito de Triana and Paco de Lucía were the ones who changed the concept of this cante, and respecting the melody of Pastora, they changed the tempo to the one of Soleá por Bulaería. Nowadays, Bambera is performed with this tempo.
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