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Music of Galicia, Cantabria and Asturias Marching tunes (Galician: "ruadas", Asturian: "pasucáis", Spanish: "pasacalles") are also known, as well as the local variation of "jota".
Luis de Briceño His own transcriptions include "villanos, villancicos, pasacalles, tonos frances, españoletas, romances, folias, seguidillas" and a "Danza de la Hacha". A selection were recorded by Le Poème Harmonique, directed by Vincent Dumestre, for Alpha/Outhere in 2011.
Charanga (Spain) For the most part, charangas play popular, traditional songs, which have simple rhythms and often feature risqué lyrics. Also, they often play medleys. The most typical type of event in which they play is the "pasacalles", a performance which moves along the streets of a town, while the public follows the band and dances to its tunes (and have a few beers).
Music of Latin America Traditional Ecuadorian music can be classified as mestizo, Indian and Afro-Ecuadorian music. Mestizo music evolved from the interrelation between Spanish and Indian music. It has rhythms such as "pasacalles", "pasillos", "albazos" and "sanjuanitos", and is usually played by stringed instruments. There are also regional variations: coastal styles, such as "vals" (similar to Vals Peruano (Waltz)) and "montubio" music (from the coastal hill country).
Music of Galicia, Cantabria and Asturias "Baile" is the term for social dances, though there are also weapon dances like "danzas de palillos" (stick dances), "danzas de espadas" (sword dances) and "danzas de arcillos" (dances with decorated arches) a hallmark of Cantabrian folk tradition. Other popular dance songs in the area include the "jota", "pasacorredoiras" ("pasacalles", Asturian: "pasucáis"), and the imported "fandango", "mazurka", polka, rumba and "pasodoble".
Género chico The music is familiar to the ear, popular and traditional, with popular or fashionable melodies of the time being taken and their lyrics changed. The aim is to have the ditty stick in the audience's mind after they leave the theatre. Furthermore, pronounced, popular rhythms are sought in the dance halls, generally imported but "nationalised", such as the "chotis" (from the German "Schottisch", its ultimate origin being in Scotland), and many others, such as boleros, fandangos, or habaneras from Latin America, jotas, seguidillas, soleás, pasacalles, and waltzes, polkas, or mazurcas from Poland.