Based in Seville, where Flamenco was born

Al-Andalus

One of the most traditional fusions in Flamenco is the “Al-Andalus” islamic music, or Sephardi music, with Flamenco. Juan Peña “El Lebrijano” was one of the pioneers who researched and recorded with Tanger Al-Andalus Orchestra. This investigation became a fashion in the early 80s and many more sang in this style, for example Lole Montoya.

Nowadays, there are still some encounters between these music styles and this video is a good example. In order to create this fusion we only need a violinist who sings in Arabic, a guitarist and a singer, and Flamenco dance can be also added.

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