cante with slow intonation, solemn, emotional and sometimes sententious. This style is always covered with legends and for the gypsies to whom they attribute this cante has always had "mal fario (bad luck)". So the gypsy cantaores have avoided to sing it and also to hear it. The baile of this style is typical for women.
As an accompaniment, the castanet can be used even though finger-snapping, the soft or muffled hand claps, and above all, the silent language of the hands are preferable. Other folkloric Andalucian dance with the same name exists. It was created before the previous Petenera with more vivacious rhythm and accompaniment of the castanets and the piano.
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