A flamenco dance accompanied by the cante (style of song) that bears the same name, which was possibly invented by Carmen Amaya during the forties. The cante is similar to the tarantas, another variation of the fandango that is free of rhythm. The songs have mining origins. One peculiar aspect of the taranto is its remate (the emphatic final part of each verse), both because of its introductory “ays” as well as those that are part of each of its coplas (poetic compositions, in verse, used as lyrics).
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