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List of popular music songs featuring Andalusian cadences

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List of popular music songs featuring Andalusian cadences

Following is a list of popular music songs which feature a chord progression commonly known as Andalusian cadences.

Items in the list are sorted alphabetically by the band or artist's name. Songs which are familiar to listeners through more than one version (by different artists) are mentioned by the earliest version known to contain Andalusian cadences (which is most frequently the original version). Songs whose composers are unknown were put at the bottom of the list, sorted alphabetically in their turn by title.

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  • M 13
  • N 14
  • O 15
  • P 16
  • Q 17
  • R 18
  • S 19
  • T 20
  • U 21
  • V 22
  • W 23
  • Z 24
  • Anonymous 25
  • References 26

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References

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  2. ^ a b Kelly, Casey and Hodge, David (2011). The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Art of Songwriting, . ISBN 978-1-61564-103-1. "i-VII-VI-V."
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