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(From guajiro, white Cuban farmer, and a popular song that is common among them).
It is therefore a cante de ida y vuelta (conjunction of styles
that were created in Spain, travelled to the Americas with Spanish
migrants, where they were influenced by Hispanic American folk
music, before returning to Spain and being influenced, in turn,
by flamenco music) whose origins lie in Cuban folk tradition. It
is a very happy and rhythmic style. Its lyrics mainly evoke Havana
and its inhabitants, or to themes of love and nostalgia. Several
experts believe that this cante should actually be
called punto cubano, as it already existed in Cuba
under this name.