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Bolero refers to two distinct genres of slow-tempo Latin music and their associated dances.[1] The oldest type of bolero originated in Spain during the late 18th century as a form of ballroom music, which influenced art music composers around the world, most famously Maurice Ravel's Boléro, as well as a flamenco style known as boleras. An unrelated genre of sung music originated in eastern Cuba in the late 19th century as part of the trovatradition. This genre gained widespread popularity around Latin America throughout the 20th century and continues to thrive.

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