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- Calle Campomanes, 4, 28013, Madrid
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(+34) 91 542 72 51.
We’re open from Monday – Friday 10h-13:30h / 17:00-20:00h and Saturdays 10h-13:30h (GMT + 1).
In 2022, we will be closed for holidays the 1st and 6th January, 14th, 15th and 16th April, 2nd and 16th May, 25th July, 12th October, 16th August, 1st and 9th November, 6th, 8th , 9th and 26th December.
Our shop is located in Calle Campomanes nº 4, Madrid 28013 España (Ópera Metro Station)
Sevillanas is a type of folk music, sung and written in Seville (Andalusia). Historically, they are a derivative of Castilian folk music, spiced with a bit of Arabic rhythm. Technically, they are a evolution from Castilian seguidillas, they have a relatively limited musical pattern, but rich lyrics, based on country side life, virgins, towns, neighbourhoods, pilgrimage and, of course, love themes. They are sung by a plethora of local groups, like Los Romeros de la Puebla, Los de Gines, Las corraleras de Utrera, Cantores de Hispalis, Los del Rio,... Every year, dozens of new sevillana discs are published.
Sevillanas can be heard in southern Spain, mainly, in fairs and festivals including the famous Seville Fair, La Feria de Sevilla. There is an associated dance for the music: "Baile por sevillanas", consisting in four different parts. One can find schools teaching "baile por sevillanas" in nearly every town in Spain.
Generally speaking, sevillanas are very light and happy music.
Sevillanas are not a part of flamenco, though it may be confused with it.