Habanera (feminine form of the Spanish word habanero) may refer to:

  • "Habanera" (aria), an aria from Bizet's Carmen
  • Habanera (film), a 1984 Cuban film
  • La Habanera (film), a 1937 German movie
  • Habanera (music), a style of Cuban popular dance music of the 19th century
  • Habanera (John Harle album), a 1987 album by the English classical saxophonist John Harle
  • Habanera, a 2000 album by Celia Cruz

Other articles related to "habaneras, habanera":

Sebastián Iradier
... He is known primarily for his habaneras, especially the one titled "La Paloma", written around 1860 after a visit to Cuba ... for the great popularity achieved by the habanera ... Another of Iradier's compositions is "El Arreglito", a habanera used by Georges Bizet in his opera Carmen as a source of inspiration ...
La Habanera (film)
... La Habanera is a 1937 German melodramatic feature film directed by Detlev Sierck (later Douglas Sirk) ... of Astrée Sternhjelm and performs its title song, "La Habanera" ...
Habanera (music) - History - Cuba
... In the mid-19th century, the habanera developed from the French contradanza, which had arrived in Cuba (from France via Haiti) with refugees from the Haitian revolution in ... The earliest identified "contradanza habanera" is La Pimienta, an anonymous song published in an 1836 collection ... innovation from the French contradanza was rhythmic, as the habanera incorporated the tresillo into its structure ...
... The Cuban contradanza (also called contradanza criolla, danza, danza criolla, or habanera) was a popular dance music genre of the 19th century ... Habanera is the name used outside of Cuba, for the Cuban contradanza ... Manuel states that "In Cuba itself, the term habanera ...