Song with verses of eight syllabes each that have rimes on the second and fourth verse. It is a style linked with the 'soleá'. It is characterized by the presence of 'ayes' at the end of each verse and some theoricians think that the 'caña' is commun to many other flamenco songs. Nowadays, it is a 'palo' that is associated to the dance of Carmen Amaya during the 30's. With regard to the lyrics, there is little variety and the sentence "arsa y viva Ronda" gives an important piece of information about where the 'caña' comes from. It is accompanied by the guitar with a 'compás' of soleá (from above).

Coming from: Ronda.

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