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  1. The tonada is a form of poetic song created to captured the spirit of traditional South American rural life. Most popular in Chile, though present in many countries around Latin America, it is a deceptively simple form of music that tells deep and rich tales with its lyrics.
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  3. Jul 16,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Tonada Palmarito · Parranda Espirituana Introducción a la Música Popular Cubana ℗ Soul Vibes Released on: Music Publisher: SGAE.
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  5. tonada 1. s. f. POESÍA Composición poética destinada al canto. 2. MÚSICA Música de estas composiciones poéticas que se cantan. 3. Amér. LINGÜÍSTICA Tonillo, dejo o entonación al hablar. 4. Argent. Cualquier manifestación del cancionero folclórico, como la baguala o el estilo. tonada f. mús. Composición métrica para cantarse. tonada (to.
  6. Find composition details, parts / movement information and albums that contain performances of Tonada y Cueca, for clarinet & on AllMusic.
  7. The tonada is a folk music style of Latin America, particularly Chile, but also documented in Peru and elsewhere. Although tonada (from "tone") is a Spanish word which can mean anything sung, played or danced, musicological usage in Spanish and English is more specific. [1].
  8. Tonada [Genre] Modern tonada began to take its form in Spain during the 16th century, and later in South America, with a strong presence in Chile, Argentina and Venezuela. Despite the common origins, Spanish and South American tonada differ in their instrumentation; while the first uses Asturian bagpipes, percussion or is sung a capella.
  9. Translate Tonada. See 3 authoritative translations of Tonada in English with example sentences and audio pronunciations.

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