IES Nº1 A ESTRADA                                                                                                         ...
Cantos de Berce are relaxed songs with a soft               MUSIC                                                         ...
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Tritico comenius Music Brochure

  1. 1. IES Nº1 A ESTRADA IES Nº1 A ESTRADA IES Nº1 A ESTRADAWhere are we? COMENIUS IMAGINE SPAIN MUSIC 2010-12 2010- IES Nº 1 de A Estrada Rúa da Piscina, s/nº XUNTA DE GALICIA 36680 A Estrada CONSELLERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN E ORDENACIÓN UNIVERSITARIA Telf. 986 57 20 54 Fax: 986 57 12 49 Dirección Xeral de Ordenación e Innovación Educativa e-mail: ies.numero1.estrada@edu.xunta.es Deseño: Noa Pampín Picallo e Fiorella Ameijeiras Rivas
  2. 2. Cantos de Berce are relaxed songs with a soft MUSIC rhythm, used to help Young children to fall as- leep. The subject matters varies: absence ofOur ancestors used music and dance as a the father, fear, daily concerns, the mothers’sway to espress their feelings and ideas and chores. They transmit the values of the culturato have fun. Life was hasrd and these they belong to.tradtional arts were used to forget theirsorrows and to celebrate life. Alalás are the oldest and most characteristic form of Gali- cian folk music. They are chants with no rhythm. They are usually accompanied by bagpipes. Cantar de Cego and Cantar de Arriero evolved from Alalás. They are sung a The muiñeira is the best known type of Galician “chapella” and they are very moving chants folk music. It has got variants all throughout the territory. Scholars believe that its name comes from the word “muiño” which means mil. It was the music and the dance that pea- sants performed while they were waiting for theIt presents a great variety of styles and it flour.seems to have strong Celtic connections.Among them we can highlight: Aalás, Cantarde cego, Cantar de arriero, Regueifo, Can-tos de berce and Muiñeiras. The Regueifa is a Cantiga (medieval song) improvised bet- ween two or more regueifos. It is a verbal challange about a certain matter. Each regueifo sings a stanza of verses of eight syllables.

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