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Flamenco Letras 


Take a look at this:
  Report Abuse |  Date Dec. 24 2003 10:10:28
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RE: Flamenco Letras (in reply to Tenshu

A very nice site!

Iran and Persia. Understand the history of the two words. Two words with two meanings for the same country.

There was or perhaps still is a flamenco web site in Iran. They basically lifted Chuck Keyser's web site and made it their own.

Music binds people together and that is something I truly enjoy!


  Report Abuse |  Date Dec. 24 2003 20:07:56

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RE: Flamenco Letras (in reply to Tenshu

Here's another site for letras:

I found it when looking for the lyrics to "A Dibujar Esa Rosa." I like alegrias, but I don't usually think of (an) alegria when I decide to put something on. But this little tune is kinda catchy. It's from the soundtrack to Carlos Saura's Flamenco.

I was perusing through the site and found it no longer has an index. But there's a few more pages of lyrics there:
  Report Abuse |  Date Jun. 4 2006 12:09:00


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RE: Flamenco Letras (in reply to Exitao

Here´s another one:



  Report Abuse |  Date Jun. 5 2006 23:23:42

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RE: Flamenco Letras (in reply to bernd


Here´s another one:

I lost this link and have been searching for it for some time now. It's one of the best I've seen. Thanks for posting it.

  Report Abuse |  Date Jun. 6 2006 20:39:50

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RE: Flamenco Letras (in reply to Tenshu

This last link was perfect. Under Rancapino, labelled simply "alegria" it has the very song I was looking for. On the soundtrack to Carlos Saura's Flamenco it's call A Dibujar Esa Rosa.

I found the lyrics on that site I posted, but they were incomplete. I was able to figure out most of the rest, but a few verses were just killing me. Las letras flamencas have to be more difficult to catch than opera.
  Report Abuse |  Date Jun. 10 2006 11:06:46
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