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This is a final product of our COMENIUS project: EUID, it's about traditional games, sports, dancings, music

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  1. 8. <ul><li>Possibly Spain is the country that has cultivated the dance from the most remote antiquity. People has invented the way for expressing through the music. Each place has its own and traditional music, own rythms or typical dancings , everything belongs to its folck. This painting is from Cogull, Lerida, North of Spain </li></ul>Women dancing SPAIN
  2. 9. “ Puellae gaditanae” <ul><li>The Romans had our dancers from Cadiz who were called “ Puellae gaditanae” by the most beautiful and elegant dancers in the world. </li></ul>SPAIN
  3. 10. In Málaga: The Verdiales It is an ancient form, pre-flamenco. It's also one of the earliest forms of fandango. The verdiales were danced by the poor peasants when they collected their grape or olive oil harvest, as well in the weddings or in the Christenings. SPAIN
  4. 11. The origin of the name <ul><li>The origin of Verdiales is </li></ul><ul><li>uncertain, but like much of </li></ul><ul><li>Andalucían culture, it probably </li></ul><ul><li>has roots in the Arabic Music </li></ul><ul><li>Introduced by the Berbers in the </li></ul><ul><li>eighth century. The “Verdiales” </li></ul><ul><li>name can be two origings: </li></ul><ul><li>Verdial, a type of an olive oil </li></ul><ul><li>“ Verdear” The action of </li></ul><ul><li>collecting olive oil. </li></ul>SPAIN
  5. 12. Where do the verdiales come from? <ul><li>The verdiales can come </li></ul><ul><li>from The Creta Island </li></ul><ul><li>(2800a.C) where its </li></ul><ul><li>men had the custom of </li></ul><ul><li>crowning themselves </li></ul><ul><li>with flowered hats </li></ul>SPAIN
  6. 13. MANY MUSSICAL INSTRUMENTS <ul><li>Its accompaniment: violin, </li></ul><ul><li>guitars,mandolins small </li></ul><ul><li>cymbals-crótalos, castanets </li></ul><ul><li>tambourines, etc., has </li></ul><ul><li>evolved from its origins , yet </li></ul><ul><li>retaining its primitive nature </li></ul><ul><li>of toughness and authenticity </li></ul><ul><li>impressive. </li></ul>castanets crótalos mandolin tambourines guitar violin SPAIN
  7. 14. EL VITO from Códoba Vito melody runs in three of eight compass. The Vito is sung with different lyrics, humorous or serious, among which are well known the following: It is a traditional dancing from (Córdoba)Andalusia, whose name refers to the diseas called Saint Vitusdance: ( Huntington's disease) by the animated and lively character of this dance. SPAIN
  8. 15. The Muñeiras in Galicia ( North west of Spain Galician music might owe some of its roots to the ancient Celtic history of the region, in which it is presumed that some of this ancient influence has survived despite the long evolution of the local musical traditions since then, and despite the centuries of Roman and Germanic influences. SPAIN
  9. 16. THE JOTA (ARAGÓN). Northeast of Spain The music of Aragon , like its culture, has through history absorbed Roman, Celtic, Moorish and French influences. Traditional instruments include bagipes , drumps,flutes, tambourines , rattles and, perhaps most distinctively, the guitar. SPAIN
  10. 17. El Robao: A fandango from Baza (Granada) Being a visual representation, the jota is danced and sung accompanied by castanets and the interpreters tend to wear regional costumes. The jota tends to have a 3/4 rhythm SPAIN
  11. 26. We are partners of Comenius project “EuID” COMENIUS PROJECT
  12. 27. The New Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments published in England in 1984 mentions 48 Lithuanian musical instruments. The major among them - kankles (the zither), ragai (horns), skuduciai (pan pipes) are all popular musical instruments today. Children have never forgotten whistles made of clay and wood bark. Lithuanian national musical instrument kankles ragai skuduciai COMENIUS PROJECT
  13. 28. The skuduciai is a pipe of 8-20 cm l e ng ht , 1-3 cm in diameter, they are made of wood (ash, alder, buckthorn, osier), of willow or linden bark, or of the hollow stems of umbelliferous plants. Each pipe produces one stable note. The sound is of short duration. Lithuanian national musical instrument SKUDUTIS ( panpipe) COMENIUS PROJECT
  14. 29. Panpipes were extremely popular in middle and northern Aukstaitija. Both instrumental and vocal sutartines (ancient polyphonic songs) and accompaniment to dances were played on them. In the 1920s this instrument was modified. Lithuanian national musical instrument skuduciai is popular in folklore groups In the middle of this century music played on this instrument was introduced into the repertoire of professional folk companies, later on - in folklore groups. COMENIUS PROJECT
  15. 30. Let's meet in Kaunas, Lithuania COMENIUS PROJECT