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  1. The copla or copla andaluza is a form of Spanish popular song, deriving from the poetic form of the same name. Although the genre has a long heritage, it flourished in the 1940s, and is epitomized by songwriters Antonio Quintero, Rafael de León and Manuel Quiroga. It is also associated with the Catalonian folk-dance, the sardana.
  2. "Copla" is a musical album of Salta la Banca.
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The copla is a poetic form of four verses found in many Spanish popular songs as well as in Spanish language literature. There is a related musical genre of the same name. The form is also found widely in Latin America. The name derives from the Latin copula,.

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Google previewThe Concise Garland Encyclopedia of World Music (2013)

by Garland Encyclopedia of World Music,

Usually, the first copla is a formal introduction, and the final copla is a formal farewell. The corrido continued in its function of memorializing current events, real or imaginary, long after revolutionary activity subsided. Battles between police and ...

Google previewNosotros (2012)

A Study of Everyday Meanings in Hispano New Mexico by Alvin O. Korte

A copla is a quatrain that may incorporate dichos. The dicho is a proverb that expresses succinctly the nature of a social situation. In this sense, the dicho depicts a typical situation and is thus a typification. It presents, simply and effectively, the ...

Google previewThe International Film Musical (2012)

by Corey Creekmur, Linda Mokdad

(The copla is a popular Spanish song that combines music from Andalusia with the cuplé, a musical style that became more widespread in Spain after the turn of the nineteenth century.) Compositions included in films were also subsequently ...

Google previewTime Out Madrid (2011)

by Editors of Time Out

Copla is a form of Spanish ballad, as sung by those depicted here in the dozens of crumbling photos. Tapas are named for famous coplas –Juanita Reina is ham with tomato; Principe Gitano is tuna with peppers, and a range of tortillas ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Jewish Folklore and Traditions (2015)

by Raphael Patai

Coplas A copla is a narrative poem ...

Google previewMade in Spain (2013)

Studies in Popular Music by Sílvia Martinez, Héctor Fouce

Essentially copla is a sung narrative in which the prime element is the story while leaving plenty of leeway to performance, to the point that some authors define the genre as “sung novels” (Reina 2009, 25). They can be satirical, poetical, ...

Google previewEurAsia-ICT 2002: Information and Communication Technology (2002)

First EurAsian Conference, Shiraz, Iran, October 29-31, 2002, Proceedings by M. Hassan Shafazand, A Min Tjoa

Copla is a middleware tool that provides transparent access to a replicated repository of persistent objects. Replicas can be located on different nodes of a cluster, of a local area network, or spread across a wide area network spanning ...

Google previewThe Painter and Decorator (1918)

The Manila Copla Is a type of resins which are termed soft resins, and come to us largely through the port of Manila, being found largely in the East Indies. White Manila is used a great deal in the cheaper interior. THE PAINTER AND ...

Google previewA Dictionary for the Modern Singer (2014)

by Matthew Hoch

copla. A Spanish song genre that has been in use since the fourteenth century.

Google previewHarvard Dictionary of Music (1969)

by Willi Apel

estribillo copla ear.

Google previewAuthors' & Printers' Dictionary (1912)

A Guide for Authors, Editors, Printers, Correctors of the Press, Compositors, and Typists, with Full List of Abbreviations by Frederick Howard Collins

copla verborum* (Lat.;, a full vocabulary. Coppee(Pran9ois), 1842-, Fr. poet. copper, abbr. cop.; symbol Cu* ( cuprum). copperas*, protosulphate of iron. copperize*, to impregnate with copper, ...

Google previewThe London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art, literature, and practical mechanics, by the orig. ed. of the Encyclopaedia metropolitana [T. Curtis]. (1839)

by Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)

COPLA'NT, t7. a. From con and plant. To phot together. J.0M .

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