Noun(1) music written in the rhythm of the bolero dance(2) a short jacket; worn mostly by women(3) a Spanish dance in triple time accompanied by guitar and castanets
(1) Born in Elda, he grew up in Madrid and was sent to a dance academy where he studied flamenco, bolero , and folk dance.(2) Seduced by the Afro-Cuban tradition in general and the bolero in particular, the Martels originally staged their duets in a Montmartre restaurant.(3) Monday morning, however, Johnny found a new bolero jacket with bright red, green and yellow embroidery on the chair in his room.(4) I want my beautiful bolero with the porcupine quills.(5) A waist-length, brightly colored, handwoven woolen poncho is worn over the bolero , or sometimes thrown over the shoulder.(6) Thankfully Tahlia added a warm, gold bolero so I would not freeze to death.(7) We head toward the thrum and trumpet call of a loud bolero and enter the bar just as the six-man combo breaks into a loud rendition of ‘Chan Chan,’ the song made famous by the Buena Vista Social Club album.(8) In the 1960s, the music resembled the slow romantic Cuban bolero and the lyrics of the songs were poetic statements about the pains and pleasures of love.(9) She looked spot on in her lime-green shift, with matching black bolero jacket, and black hat trimmed with green feathers, plus black choker.(10) Through Spanish classic court dancing, developing such dances as the bolero , cachucha, and the later gypsy flamenco tradition, there existed a vast culture of what can be called theatrical-style dance.(11) On the bill is Maria Caridad Valdès, a 2001 Latin Grammy nominee who blends bolero , Cuban folk and jazz in an inimitable way.(12) Yelena wanted to play a bolero and not many people know it.(13) To what are we listening in a bolero , the music or the words?(14) The corseted dress was teamed with a bolero jacket and large hat.(15) Tall and Latin looking with long dark hair and black saintly eyes he was dressed as if he had just finished a particularly strenuous bolero .(16) Ashton was now wearing the white shirt buttoned at the top; Audrey was wearing the bolero jacket with no shirt.
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