T: Añada De Chanuces
FBBA (3BcB AB|cded cBAB|c2 cB A2 AG|FEFG EFFF:|
fagf efdf|fdef ag e2|1 fagf efde|efdc dc B2:|2 fagf dBcd|efdc dcBc||
"Last time" fagf dBcd|efdc dBBA|B8||
There is 1 recording of this tune.
Añada De Chanuces has been added to 22 tunebooks.
I’ve transcribed this Asturian tune (I guess it’s Asturian) from Llan de Cubel, the last tune in "Lliberdón" (Album: Un Tiempu Meyor).
I think they play it in C minor though.
I have no idea what kind of tune it is as I don’t know anything about Asturian music, but I see it could work as a reel, couldn’t it?
My guess is it is a March or Rumba. If it is kind of fast and swung, I would guess Rumba. If it is slower and you could march to it, well you get the picture.
Looking at the music, I want to say itis a Rumba. Although, I may just be talking, I know Galician Music better than I know Asturian and they may have different tunes. Although, a Scottish Reel and an irish Reel are both Reels, and Rumbas are all over Spain.
Actually Llan de Cubel play it fast like a reel.
Now I realize that "Añada" is probably the kind of tune, well that’s what it seems because as I can see there are more asturian tunes that are called "Añada de..(something)."
"The last piece was originally a lullaby. It is from Chanuces [ county Quiros ] and is included in Torner’s songbook [ #434]. We thought it a good idea to play it in a more lively way. Marcos finished it off by composing the second part.".
In fact añada comes from the Asturian verb añar, that means ‘to cradle’, so it is indeed a lullaby.