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by Daily Bread & Butter

Daily Bread & Butter is an international, highly entertaining, and unique musical trio that plays traditional dance music from Europe. Their members, from different countries, come together to create a lively and distinctive sound in the interpretation of traditional folk dance music and songs from Europe. Combining bagpipes, accordion, hurdy gurdy, and percussion, Daily Bread & Butter will make your feet move nonstop. Svetla Vladeva: Bayan accordion Clancy Clements: Shepherd pipe (G), Galician pipes(C, D), small Scottish pipes (A), caña. Tomás Lozano: Hurdy gurdies, percussion & vocals. Miguel Merino: Galician snare drum, #4, #12 Recorded and Mastered by T. Yeiser at Sweet Owen Sound
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Danza del Castillo / Xota de Lugo
4:44 $0.99
2. Dans Tes Bras: Gitane
6:17 $0.99
3. Antigua Alborada
5:45 $0.99
4. Ramo Verde / Jota de Tielve
3:37 $0.99
5. Brincadeiro
3:53 $0.99
6. Muineira de Chao: Descarrilada
5:05 $0.99
7. Samradh Samradh / Aoibhneas Eilis Ni Cheallaigh / Paddy By Easy
4:04 $0.99
8. Sardana Dels Segadors de Cassa
2:47 $0.99
9. Ball de la Maniera
4:35 $0.99
10. Solitud / Pas D'ete
4:41 $0.99
11. Ball Pla / Muineria da Freixa
3:32 $0.99
12. Muineria do Freixido / Atholl Highlanders
4:15 $0.99
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Album Notes
1. La danza del castillo/Xota de Lugo. “La danza del castillo” is a traditional tune from the country side of Segovia (Spain), taken from the Cancionero de Castilla by Agapito Marazuela. “Xota de Lugo” is a traditional Galician dance tune, named after the city of Lugo (Spain).

2. Dans tes bras/Gitane. “Dans tes bras” is a composition by the French piper Philippe Prieur. “Gitane” is a waltz composed by the French traditional musician Eric Montbel.

3. Antigua alborada de Ourense. Tradicional Galician tune.

4. Ramo verde/Jota del Tielve. “Ramo verde” is a traditional song from Sanabria, Zamora (Spain), collected by Joaquín Díaz.
Dime ramo verde
dime dónde vas 
porque si te pierdes
yo te iré a buscar.
Si me pierdo que me busquen
al lado del mediodía
donde cae la nieve a copos
y el agua es serena y fría.
“Jota del Tielve” is a traditional dance tune from the town of Tielve, Asturias (Spain).

5. Brincadeiro. Traditional Galician tune.

6. Muiñeira de Chao/Descarrilada. “Muiñeira de Chao” is a traditional Galician dance tune. “Descarrilada” is a composition by T. Lozano, inspired by a train derailment that occurred in the town of La Garriga, Barcelona (Spain), caused by a tree that fell across the railroad tracks in a storm. Luckily, no one lost their life in the accident.

7. Samhradh Samhradh/Aoibhneas Éilís Ní Cheallaigh/Paddy Be Easy. The first tune is a traditional Irish song, followed by two traditional Irish slip jigs.

8. Sardana dels segadors de Cassà. A “short” or ancient sardana, a traditional Catalan dance tune from Cassà de la Selva Girona (Spain). Taken from Costumari Català of Joan Amades, it contains a description of harvest workers who dance it after finishing a day’s work.

9. Ball de la maniera. This song is danced most commonly in the Catalan areas of Ripollés and La Garrotxa, Girona (Spain), a variation on the French dance tune “La Francesa”, a 16th Century Gigue. T. Lozano learned the song and the dance as a child. Later he added a bridge and three more verses to the original version.
És el ball de la maniera pel davant i pel darrere,
és el ball de la maniera pel darrere i pel davant.
Estira, estira, estira la cama,
arronsa, arronsa, arronsa el peu.
Estira, estira, estira la cama,
arronsa, arronsa, arronsa el peu.

10. Solitud/Pas d’été à l’Henri Caillaux. “Solitud” is a traditional Catalonian sardana. Originally known by another name, this tune was featured in the film “Solitud” based on a 19th-century novel by Caterina Albert (nom de plume Víctor Català) of the same name. “Pas d’été à l’Henri Caillaux” is a traditional tune from the Auvergne region of France.

11. Ball pla/Muiñeira da Freixa. “Ball pla” is one of the most traditional couple dances from Catalonia and parts of Aragón (Spain). “Muiñeira da Freixa” a Galician dance, in 6/8 time like the Irish jig, and named after the town of Freixa (Spain).

12. Muiñeira de Freixido/Atholl Highlanders “Muiñeira de Freixido” is a Galician dance, in 6/8 time, composed and initially performed by the Freixido Quartet from the Ortegal region of the province of A Coruña (Spain). “Atholl Highlanders” is a Scottish jig named after the Scottish regiment of the same name.



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