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Lexicographical Neighbors of Malaguena
Literary usage of Malaguena
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Spanish Life in Town and Country by L. Higgin, Eugène Edward Street (1902)
"malaguena, and the seguidilla are combinations of music, song, and dance; the last two bear distinct ... The malaguena is Andalusian, and the jota is Ara- ..."
2. Glimpses of Spain; Or, Notes of an Unfinished Tour in 1847 by Severn Teackle Wallis (1849)
"The strangers wore the last parti-colored patterns from Paris, with such flounces and fillings as were orthodox : the malaguena scarce ever varied the plain ..."
3. The Cities of Spain by Edward Hutton (1906)
"You come upon this music quite by chance, I said, in speaking of the malaguena; and indeed that is one of its greatest delights; it is almost always by ..."
4. Spanish Literature: An Elementary Handbook with Indices, Etc. by Henry Butler Clarke (1893)
"The ground-work of the petenera, jota, and malaguena is the same, ... The above couplet may be made into a jota or malaguena by additions and repetitions of ..."