cancionero


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cancionero

(kanθjoˈnero)
n
a songbook
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"This," continued the barber, "is the 'Cancionero' of Lopez de Maldonado."
The book is concerned with fourteenth-sixteenth century Spanish ballad (romancero) and songbook (cancionero) verse, and includes poetry in three linguistic traditions: Castilian, Catalan, and Galician- Portuguese.
One of the earliest Cuban American journals, Canciones favoritas: Cancionero del exilio (Miami, 1967-68), discusses musical life in the Cuban exile community, publishing feature articles on singers and instrumentalists, song texts, and musical news such as the establishment of the Sociedad de Autores y Compositores Cubanos en el Exilio (Society of Cuban Authors and Composers in Exile).
Cabeza clave en la difusion del romancero viejo (o "tradicional") es Martin Nuncio, el impresor de Amberes, quien, entre 1547 y 1548, publica la primera gran coleccion de romances: el llamado Cancionero de romances.
For his cycle, Seis poemas arcaicos, Ponce selected the six poems from the Spanish Cancionero Musical de los siglos XV y XVI (Musical Songbook from the XV and XVI Centuries).