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Well, in there somewhere was Paco Pena.

There were an awful lot of other people, clapping and shouting and singing, and making an enormous amount of noise, but one of them was Paco Paco pena bulerias.

He's joined me in the studio.

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Welcome to The Music Show, it's good to see you. Bulerias is gypsy music, isn't it? Well it's a funny way really to describe Bulerias, I mean Bulerias, or anything in flamenco is gypsy, because gypsies belong to Andalucia, which is where has created flamenco.

It's not paco pena bulerias specifically, or in a separate kind of way. The gypsies are absolutely part of flamenco paco pena bulerias every sense, not just Bulerias.


But paco pena bulerias is not gypsy music, it's music that includes gypsies, but it is from Andalucia, with many other influences. The impression I get though is that all of the cultural influences that were in Andalucia were in a sense, brought together by the arrival of the gypsies in, what?

Well again it's one way of looking at it.

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I think the gypsies perhaps discovered in the countryside, in the land, a folklore that was hugely spicy, and with many great interesting elements, not least, oriental, because of the oriental influence from the Eastern Mediterranean, which for so many centuries had been around, in Spain, and in Andalucia specifically, and particularly.

Now the gypsies are also supposed to be oriental people. Now whether that was akin to folklore expression, that certainly could be a possibility.

But they discovered the elements paco pena bulerias Andalucia, and that I think is crucially paco pena bulerias to know. The elements are ancient, and a great mix, which eventually, if you like, the gypsies are the ones that assimilated those elements and perhaps forged, if you like, the flamenco, and the expression that becomes unique and is flamenco, but it's not their music.

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So what elements did they find in Andalucia when they arrived? Well if you imagine that years of Arab culture is very significant, and the Arabs obviously have a very particular way of doing singing, and they have a particular folklore, and it's clearly a different culture from the indigenous.

Jewish communities also had their own expression. By some theme, however you pronounce it, the Paco pena bulerias, the Greeks, the Romans, everything has been coming to Andalucia and has been in Andalucia, and Andalucia has been recognised in the year 1 was written actually, that Andalucian singers, musicians, dancers, were brought to Paco pena bulerias to perform for the elite.

So that is a singing land, that is a dancing land, for whatever reasons, and the paco pena bulerias mixture of elements.


That points to a rich folklore, which eventually, with the inclusion of the gypsies, becomes even richer. But it's not uniquely gypsy.

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I see what you mean. I must say when I listen to the singing for instance in flamenco, I hear Arabs and Africans in the sound of the voice, in the style paco pena bulerias the singing.

But you must remember also that flamenco, just that word, means a form of singing.

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