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Carmen long ago sang the habanera and drew her last breath, Aladdin has rolled up his magic carpet until next time.
The acts represent various Catalan musical traditions, including Catalan rumba, which is derived from flamenco music, and habanera, a form that curators say is experiencing a revival after years of decline.
The music in tango, inspired by African candombe dance, Cuban habanera and Spanish guitars, later evolved to include violins, the accordion, piano, bass, and flute.
Sullivan Fortner, from New Orleans, and Chano Domínguez, from Spain, both played habaneras beautifully.
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