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Dulcamara: 'Sali l.luna!'

 
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is
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 19, 2008 12:01 pm    Post subject: Dulcamara: 'Sali l.luna!' Reply with quote

One of the traditional music groups in Asturias that breaks the usual pattern of Celtic music and brings it closer to the repertory of folk singing in the countryside is Dulcamara. Listen to this short clip from their first CD, titled 'Sali l.luna!' (Come out, moon!) on the web site of Les Noticies:

http://www.lesnoticies.com/

Go to the article titled 'Ya puedes sentir los cinco finalistes del premiu al meyor cantar n'asturianu en 2008' and click on the 2nd track for the song in a mix of West Asturian and Galician-Asturian 'Ua noite chorando, ua noite mui fria...' Maybe Carlos will know where the song is from, but I'm guessing it may be from the county of Vil.layon along the River Navia.

Dulcamara are 5 girls who sing acapella with flat drums (pandeiros). I'll post a few of their clips from youtube.

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Dulcamara es uno de los grupos de música tradicional en Asturias que rompe con el patrón típico de música celta y acerca su repertorio al folk cantado en el campo. Escuchad este clip extraído de su primer CD, titulado “Sali l.luna” en la web de Les Noticies:

http://www.lesnoticies.com/

Cosultad el artículo titulado 'Ya puedes sentir los cinco finalistes del premiu al meyor cantar n'asturianu en 2008' y pinchad en la segunda pista para escuchar la canción en una mezcla de asturiano del occidente y de gallego-asturiano “Ua noite chorando, ua noite mui fria…” Quizás Carlos sepa del origen de esta canción, pero creo que puede ser del concejo de Vil.layon, a orillas del Río Navia.

Dulcamara está integrado por 5 chicas que cantan a capella acompañadas de pandeiros. Os pasaré en un post algunos de sus clips en youtube.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 20, 2008 6:36 pm    Post subject: youtube clips Reply with quote

Here are some tracks I found for Dulcamara on youtube:

Four of the members of Dulcamara playing with Pepin de Munalen (flute) and another fellow (?) on bouzouki for Xose Anton Ambas' 'Camin de Cantares', on Asturian Public Television (TPA):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Hu2BpnQ5cA

Playing the 'pandereta' (flat drum) at Church of St Loic in Lorient, Brittany, 2007 (sound not very good):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3YJrsi-hkos

Interview with 2 of the band members (in Asturian):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvAGu2h2QCw&feature=related
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He aquí algunos de los temas de Dulcamara que he encontrado en youtube:

Cuatro de las componentes de Dulcamara tocando con Pepín de Munalén (flauta) y otro músico (?) al bouzouki para el programa de Xosé Antón Ambás “Camín de Cantares” que se emite en la TPA.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Hu2BpnQ5cA

Tocando la pandereta en la Iglesia de St. Loic en 2007, en Lorient (Bretaña) (el sonido no es muy bueno):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3YJrsi-hkos

Entrevista con dos de las integrantes del grupo (en asturiano):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvAGu2h2QCw&feature=related
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Briendes



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PostPosted: Wed Oct 06, 2010 3:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

En Dulcamara estan dos vecinas mias y la verdad que lo hacen muy bien.

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Two of my neighbours are members of Dulcamara and they do it really well.
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Edu d'Ozcos



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PostPosted: Tue Nov 23, 2010 6:16 pm    Post subject: Música asturiana. Música del mundu. Reply with quote

Buenas. Acabo de descubrir esta páxina ( i esta organización) e pareceme toda úa sorpresa e úa reivindicación da cultura e del amor por Asturias.
Dulcamara pareceme un grupo fantastico e úa muestra mais da excelente salú da música que se fai actualmente n'Asturias e que ta dando tantos grupos de todos os estilos tradicionales e modernos.
Un saludo pa todos e Puxa Asturias/es!!.

P.d.: El meo nivel d'inglés é demasiado baxo como pa traducir el mensaxe polo que pido disculpas. Así mesmo tomome a libertá d'escribir en Galego-Asturiano. Espero que non sea un problema.

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Hi there. I've just discovered this website (and the organization) and it has been a very pleasant surprise. It strikes me as a very real expression of love for Asturias. I think Dulcamara is a fantastic little band and proof that Asturian traditional music is alive and well with all sorts of bands exploring different directions. Greetings to all of you and Puxa Asturies!

PS My English is not that good so I will refrain from translating myself. I hope writing in Galician-Asturian is also not a problem for you.
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is
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2010 4:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Muitas gracias polos tous comentarios, Edu d'Ozcos. A organización (Asturianus) é a xeira d'Art Zoller Wagner, que é tamén o alministrador da páxina dende Maryland.

Presta ter a xente como tú qu'escriba n'asturiano ou galego. De paso poderías falanos mais dos Ozcos na seición "About Asturias"? Hailos que falanon de Taramunde hai tempo, pero inda naide describiu Santalla, Samartín e Vilanova...

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Thanks for your feedback, Edu d'Ozcos. Asturianus is the result of the hard work by Art Zoller Wagner, who is also the web manager based in Maryland.

It's great to have people like you who write in Asturian and Galician, so no worries. Could you tell us more about the Ozcos region in West Asturias? A while back we had someone tell us about Taramunde, pero no one has written about Santalla (Sta. Eulalia), Samartin (San Martin) and Vilanova (Villanueva).
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Edu d'Ozcos



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PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2010 2:31 pm    Post subject: Pa min será un placer. Reply with quote

Que tal Is. Tómoche pola palabra e será pa min un placer esccribir sobre a terra dos Ozcos compartindo con todos vosoutros descrciois del paisaxe e del paisanaxe d'úa parte d'Asturias. Como ainda tou por descubrir un pouco esta páxina a ver si atopo ese sito unde poder falar da mia terra, del meu país. Un saludo a todos

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Hiya, Is. I'll follow your advice and it will be a pleasure for me to write about the Ozcos region in order to share landscapes and local lore from that part of Asturias. I'm still poking around this website but will hopefully find that part of the forum to tell you about my land, my country. Greetings to all.
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Art
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2010 11:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

¡Bienvenido, Edu!

Probablemente la mejor sección para escribir sobre el paisaje y folklore de tu zona sería "Sobre Asturias":
http://www.asturianus.org/forum/viewforum.php?f=3

¡Tengo ganas de leerlo!

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Welcome, Edu!

The best section of the forum for writing about the landscape and folklore of your region is probably "About Asturias":
http://www.asturianus.org/forum/viewforum.php?f=3

I look forward to reading it!
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