La copla andaluza y los poetas : Del fin de siglo a los años treinta | Miguel Ángel García
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When it comes to the history of both genres there is some controversy. Those on the side of the copla say that it is older than flamenco , citing its origins at the beginning of the 19th century, while flamenco appears at the end of the same century. On the other hand, many studies say that flamenco was born out of a fusion of elements of Muslim, Jewish and gypsy cultures in the 15th century , while the copla is a genre that began to appear at the beginning of the 20th century. The copla enjoyed its glory days between the s and 60s. The fall of the genre began in the 70s due to two key factors: Many musicians and authors from the new democratic state rejected the songs they considered dated, superficial and more than anything , linked with a dictator that had practically made them official pieces of music.
It was not until the end of the s and the beginning of the 90s that the copla reemerged, redeemed by authors like Joan Manuel Serrat, Carlos Cano and the one and only Martirio.
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In the same vein, we should mention a revitalization of the music in the media. The music boomed in areas dedicated to the genre, and was presented by great radio and television personalities!
Today, the copla is not as popular as it once was.
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