T: Pasucais D'Uvieu
faf|:d2f fef|g2e ege|cBA ede|f2d faf|
d2f fef|g2e ege|cBA efe|1 d3 faf:|2 d3 DFG||
ABc dcB|A3 dcB|ABA GFG|B2A AFG|
ABc dcB|A3 dcB|ABA GFE|1 D3 DFG:|2 D3 z3||
There are 5 recordings of this tune.
Pasucais D’Uvieu has been added to 1 tune set.
Pasucais D'Uvieu has been added to 22 tunebooks.
??? ~ more info would be very welcomed…
I don´t know Bable (the language of Asturias), but I would hazard a guess that the title means:
"Pasacalles de Oviedo". A "pasacalles" is music played in the streets, usually on traditional instruments, either in a sort of procession or just going from bar to bar.
You’re right, Mike, at least according to what they told me when in town. If interested in more Asturian music, try here:
Sorry, but this tune belongs to the Llan de Cubel’s album "IV" (track 10). Both tunes are "pasucais" from Uviéu, but this one is included in the album "IV".