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Sobers

 

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Cante Flamenco collection 

Hello,

I am sure this topic has emerged previously but may I ask for some links of Cante Flamenco collection website with Lyrics.. the actual songs may be collected from YouTube but what I need are the lyrics.

Thanks in advance

Sobers
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 1 2018 19:16:22
 
Piwin

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RE: Cante Flamenco collection (in reply to Sobers

http://canteytoque.es/letras.html

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 1 2018 20:10:56
 
Canastos

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RE: Cante Flamenco collection (in reply to Sobers

https://depaloenpalo.wordpress.com/

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 1 2018 20:25:19
 
Sobers

 

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RE: Cante Flamenco collection (in reply to Sobers

Thank you Piwin and Canastos for the help...

If there is anything else please keep them coming..
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 3 2018 14:59:40
 
edguerin

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RE: Cante Flamenco collection (in reply to Sobers

This site is quite good IMO

and you can find some more letras
on this German page

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 4 2018 7:29:20
 
Sobers

 

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RE: Cante Flamenco collection (in reply to edguerin

Thank you so much edguerin,
It will surely help in my research..
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 15 2018 20:22:12
 
Dudnote

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RE: Cante Flamenco collection (in reply to Sobers

The search function on toma Flamenco is very useful. You can type in a bit of a letra and often find several variations on the theme.
http://tomaflamenco.com/en/search

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 16 2018 5:44:40
 
kitarist

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RE: Cante Flamenco collection (in reply to Dudnote

quote:

ORIGINAL: Dudnote

The search function on toma Flamenco is very useful. You can type in a bit of a letra and often find several variations on the theme.
http://tomaflamenco.com/en/search


And also there is way to browse all stanzas by pointing your browser to http://tomaflamenco.com/en/lyrics (you can't find the link on the website as far as I can see, but this is where I got it from a couple of years ago and bookmarked it. It is functional and live; just not overtly present on the main website - or I couldn't find it today)

By stanza I mean the 3-4 (or 5)-liners that presumably describe a self-contained story. So a complete song letras would have one or more stanzas, each with 3 or more lines; consecutive stanzas would be separated by a blank line between them. (In practice on tomaflamenco anything separated by blank lines is treated as its own stanza, so there are some one-liners if that's how the lyrics were written.)

On http://tomaflamenco.com/en/lyrics there are 480 pages of about 50 clickable stanzas per page, so on the face of it some 24,000 stanzas (variations of same stanza included) in alphabetical order.

From that page you can click on one stanza and will see it displayed - just by itself; not the whole song it came from. However, you also get shown which song it is from, which singer, which album - all clickable so you can subsequently see (1) the whole letras of the song where that particular stanza is from, (2) what other letras are available from that singer, and (3) see all other song letras from the same album.

It is a great database. I think originally this is what Joshua Sierles of tomaflaneco was referring to when notifying the foro in 2013 about letrasflamencas.es: http://www.foroflamenco.com/tm.asp?m=237056 .

However, the http://letrasflamencas.es site does not work or me; I gather it's been transferred to the tomaflamenco site.

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