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Bolero refers to two distinct genres of slow-tempo Latin music and their associated dances. The oldest type of bolero originated in Spain during the late 18th century as a form of ballroom music, which influenced art music composers around the world, most famously Maurice Ravel's Boléro, as well as a flamenco style known as boleras. An unrelated genre of sung music originated in eastern Cuba in the late 19th century as part of the trova tradition. This genre gained widespread popularity around Latin America throughout the 20th century and continues to thrive.

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  • Bolero
  • Bolero (Musikstil)
  • Μπολερό
  • Bolero (muzikstilo)
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  • Bolero latino americano
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  • Το μπολερό είναι είδος λατνικής μουσικής σε αργό ρυθμό και γλυκιά μελωδία. Χορεύεται στη λατινή αμερική, στην Κούβα, το Εκουαδόρ και την Λιβύη.
  • Bolero en Latinameriko signifas dancon kaj kantoformon de rekta taktospeco, kiu ekestis en la lasta triono de la 19-a jarcento ĉirkaŭ la kuba trovo.
  • Bolero refers to two distinct genres of slow-tempo Latin music and their associated dances. The oldest type of bolero originated in Spain during the late 18th century as a form of ballroom music, which influenced art music composers around the world, most famously Maurice Ravel's Boléro, as well as a flamenco style known as boleras. An unrelated genre of sung music originated in eastern Cuba in the late 19th century as part of the trova tradition. This genre gained widespread popularity around Latin America throughout the 20th century and continues to thrive.
  • El bolero es un género musical de origen cubano, muy popular en todos los países hispanoamericanos.
  • Boleroa jatorria Kuban duen eta Hispanoamerikako hainbat herrialdeetara hedatu den XIX. mendean sortutako musika mota bat da. Boleroaren erritmoa 4/4 konpasekoa da. Ez da Espainiako izen bereko dantzarekin, , nahastu behar.
  • Il bolero è un genere musicale con radici spagnole, reinventato nei paesi latinoamericani della zona Caraibica, tra cui Cuba, Porto Rico, il Messico, il Venezuela, la Colombia ed il Perù.
  • O bolero é um ritmo cubano que mescla raízes espanholas com influências locais de vários países hispano-americanos. Apesar de nascer em Cuba, tornou-se também bastante conhecido como canção romântica mexicana. O ritmo foi se modificando, tornando-se mais lento e desenvolvendo especialmente temas mais românticos. Têm tradição no bolero os seguintes países: Cuba, Porto Rico, República Dominicana, Colômbia, México, Peru, Venezuela , Uruguai, Argentina e Brasil.
  • Bolero bezeichnet in Lateinamerika eine Musik-, Tanz- und Liedform in gerader Taktart, im 2/4-Metrum, mit einem typischen Rhythmus und unterschiedlichen Tempi (schnell, langsam). «La base está en el Cinquillo, esto es, en una figuración, siempre en compás 2×4, que se integra por corchea, semicorchea, corchea, semicorchea y corchea, repitiéndose en rítmo constante, en un rítmo sincopado que suena: ‘paaam–pam–paaam–pam–paaam’. Este rítmo caracteriza al bolero.» – Roberto Strongman: The Latin America Queer Aesthetics of El Bolereo. S. 40/41 (siehe ) – Mayra Montero: La última noche que pasé contigo
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