It is also called "corrida". It is a cante without any musical accompaniment, like Tonás, that come from the popular Andalucian Romances, so many studious people have classed it as the oldest of the flamenco styles and the father of the aforementioned Tonás.
In "La gitanilla" of Cervantes already mentions this style, so according to Blas Vega, "the Romances remained already in the popular soul throughout the 15th century". These consecutive and monorhythmic songs are not accepted by the upper class, so they spread among the common people, and the "Plebeian Romances" come up. They sing them with the high voice with long and marked cadences."
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