The cantu a tenòre (also known in Sardinian language as su tenòre, su cuncòrdu, su cuntràttu, su cussèrtu, s'agorropamèntu, su cantu a pròa) or canto a tenore in Italian is a style of polyphonic folk singing characteristic of the island of Sardinia (Italy), particularly the region of Barbagia, though some other Sardinian sub-regions bear examples of such tradition. In 2005, UNESCO proclaimed the cantu a tenore to be an example of intangible cultural heritage.

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  • The cantu a tenòre (also known in Sardinian language as su tenòre, su cuncòrdu, su cuntràttu, su cussèrtu, s'agorropamèntu, su cantu a pròa) or canto a tenore in Italian is a style of polyphonic folk singing characteristic of the island of Sardinia (Italy), particularly the region of Barbagia, though some other Sardinian sub-regions bear examples of such tradition. In 2005, UNESCO proclaimed the cantu a tenore to be an example of intangible cultural heritage. (en)
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  • The cantu a tenòre (also known in Sardinian language as su tenòre, su cuncòrdu, su cuntràttu, su cussèrtu, s'agorropamèntu, su cantu a pròa) or canto a tenore in Italian is a style of polyphonic folk singing characteristic of the island of Sardinia (Italy), particularly the region of Barbagia, though some other Sardinian sub-regions bear examples of such tradition. In 2005, UNESCO proclaimed the cantu a tenore to be an example of intangible cultural heritage. (en)
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