by Sergio Dorado

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  • Campanilleros is a traditional tune of Andalucía, that flamenco music incorporate at a given moment. The name (from "Campanas", "Bells" in Spanish) refers to the percussion instruments that in the origins people performed the song with (also they used the triangle and rustic drums, amongst others). There are a lot of lyrics with this melody; these days, the tune is performed basically as a Christmas Carol, but there are versions with religious lyrics, or praising the Andalucian landscapes.

    The guitar accompaniment usually is in A minor tonality, with the use of capo if it is necessary.

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