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Tineo



Joined: 09 Dec 2008
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Location: Montevideo - URUGUAY

PostPosted: Wed Dec 31, 2008 12:37 am    Post subject: Fandango de Tineo Reply with quote

Hola, alguien con veteranía en el cancionero asturiano (quizás Carlos) me podría informar dónde figura recogida, la pieza conocida como "Fandango de Tineo", presentada como una tradicional asturiana, poco conocida, en un disco del maestro Xuacu Amieva?

Dónde podría conseguir las partituras?

Cuales son las canciones o sones más tradicionales de la zona de Tineo, que se han recogido al día de hoy?


Ta llueu.
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Hello, I´m a Son of Asturias too, my father came to Uruguay in 1956 from "conceyu de Tineo" where most of my family still living and in Avilés too.
I´m interested in all subjects that concerns Asturias.
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Diestru



Joined: 01 Jul 2009
Posts: 4

PostPosted: Wed Jul 01, 2009 3:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Creo que quien la popularizara fora'l Gaiteiru Mayor d'Asturias, el cangués José Remis Ovalle.

Pa Tinéu cuido que especialmente lo más trabayáu son tola música de pandereta, pandeiru ya esi tipu de música del occidente d'Asturias, vaqueiradas, careaos, xotas... L'arrobáu, L'araña ya outros cantares típicos pa baille.

Tamién hai dalgo repertoriu sobre too pa curdión, Tinéu nun yía tierra de gaita especialmente, anque bien verdá yía qu'houbo dalgún gaiteiru.

Vou intentar esbillar dalgún grupu que faiga dalgún tema de Tinéu, pa que veas:

-Muyeres
-La Bandina'l Tombu
-Tuenda
-Balandrán

Espero que fora d'aída.

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I think the song was popularized by the Greatest Piper of Asturies, the man from Cangues, José Remis Ovalle.

From the county of Tinéu I think that the most improved is the music with tambourine, large tambourine and that kind of music typical of the Western Asturies, vaqueiradas, careaos, xotes...L'arrobáu, L'araña and other songs for the propper dancing

There is also some more repertoire mostly for accordion, Tinéu is not especially land of pipes, despite there was some piper from there.

I will try to select some group that plays songs from Tinéu, so as to give an example:
-Muyeres
-La Bandina'l Tombu
-Tuenda
-Balandrán

I hope it helps.
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Indalecio Fernandez



Joined: 04 Nov 2008
Posts: 167
Location: San Martín de Podes, Gozón, Asturias

PostPosted: Mon Dec 05, 2011 3:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hola Tineo, en el siguiente enlace encontrarás algunas partituras de fandangos asturianos para gaita: http://www.telecable.es/personales/eusecate/
Aquí otras variadas: http://breizhpartitions.free.fr/es/partituras_asturias.php
http://www.asturies.com/viesca/gaita/partitu.htm
http://breizhpartitions.free.fr/es/partituras_gaita.php
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