History of flamenco 6
"Sevilla was enjoying a great atmosphere of flamenco at the beginning of the 20th century, even though neither el Café de Silverio nor El Burrero existed any more; however, El Novedades, Filarmónico, El Suizo and San Agustín were at their peak.
Also, many fiestas were organized in private places and ventas ( places established on the road or uninhabited as a restaurant or / and accomodations of travellers ) like El Pasaje del Duque, Las Delicias, Venta Eritaña, etc. And during those period of Sevilla flamenca, the best of flamenco art happened, inevitably: Juan Breva, La Macarrona, Paco el Sevillano, La Malena, Diego Antúnez, Ramón el Ollero, Chacón, Medina el Viejo, La Serrana, Pepa Oro, Antonio el Portugués..., and it was a period of the first artistic steps of la Niña de los Peines, Manuel Torres, El Niño Gloria, Fernando el Herrero, Pepe el de la Matrona, Rafael Pareja, Niño de Cabra, Manuel Escacena, El Niño Medina..." 1
"In Sevilla, people always lived the flamenco as a natural phenomenon. And when we talk about this subject, it is precise to distinguish the city of Sevilla from its flamenco area par excellence: Triana. Likewise, we must mention especially about the villages of Sevilla and in specifically, about Alcalá, Lebrija and Utrera." 2
1, Arrebola , Alfredo: Bernardo el de los lobitos, pag. Internet. www.folcloreyflamenco.com
2, Internet, without datas of reference
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