According to historical data that is currently available, both the caña and the polo appear to pre-date the soleá, and they sound very similar. Nonetheless, it is easy to distinguish them because they include a repeated leitmotif that was apparently once sung as a chorus, which involves reiterated “ays” sung in perfect agreement with their corresponding guitar chords.
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