Baxaben Cuatro Alleranos mazurka

Baxaben Cuatro Alleranos has been added to 9 tunebooks.

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Two settings

1
X: 1
T: Baxaben Cuatro Alleranos
R: mazurka
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmin
D2|:G4 A2|B2 A2 G2|F4 E2|D6|D4 B2|d4 d2|e2 d2 c2|
[1 B4 A2|G6|G4 D2:|2 d3 d d2|e2 d2 c2|d6||
B4 A2|G4 B2|d2 d2 d2|e2 d2 c2|d3 c B2|
c2 B2 A2|B3 A G2|A2 G2 ^F2|G6||
2
X: 2
T: Baxaben Cuatro Alleranos
R: mazurka
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K: Bmin
F2|:B4 c2|d2 c2 B2|A4 G2|F6|F4 d2|
f4 f2|g2 f2 e2|1 d4 c2|B6|B4 F2:|2 f3 f f2|g2 f2 e2|f6||
d4 c2|B4 d2|f2 f2 f2|g2 f2 e2|f3 e d2|
e2 d2 c2|d3 c B2|c2 B2 ^A2|B6||

Two comments

Baxaben cuatro alleranos

Hi everybody. I read some comments about "Asturian air" (actually coyi d’un artu una flor) which were very positive, so I have submitted this song because is similar and someone could like it. This is an asturian song too, and as "Asturian air" it should be played slowly. I have used 3/4, it’s the way how I learnt to play it but it ‘s just a reference because this kind of tunes (Tonada asturiana) haven’t a fixed tempo, it depends on the singer so asturian pipers must know him and how he sings.

Regards from Asturies

Transposed to B min

K:Bmin
F2|:B4 c2|d2 c2 B2|A4 G2|F6|F4 d2|
f4 f2|g2 f2 e2|[1 d4 c2|B6|B4 F2:|[2 f3 f f2|g2 f2 e2|f6||
d4 c2|B4 d2|f2 f2 f2|g2 f2 e2|f3 e d2|
e2 d2 c2|d3 c B2|c2 B2 ^A2|B6||