Vals venezolana "Isla de Margarita" de Dámaso García y Juan Cancio Rodríguez / Venezuelan Waltz "Isla de Margarita" by Dámaso García and Juan Cancio Rodríguez by @edmundocentenor

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El vals es un género musical (ritmo bailable) que nace en el siglo VII en el Tirol, Austria luego llega a Austria para engalanar las reuniones sociales de la alta sociedad convirtiendose en el baile preferido de la nobleza, para luego expandirse por toda Europa. La palabra vals nace más tarde al introducirla en la ópera y el ballet. Esta estructurado bajo la figura de 3/4 osea: tres negras en cada compás con variaciones armónicas sencillas y elementales pasando de tonalidad mayor a sus relativas menores para felicitar el baile . Los más grandes exponentes de este género musical son: Johann Strauss, Frederick Chopin. El vals se introdujo en Venezuela después de la guerra de independencia y con el, el piano, instrumento con el que se interpretaban y acompañaban los bailes de sociedad, siendo sus principales exponentes: Teresa Carreño, Ramón Delgado Palacios, y Pedro Elías Gutiérrez, autor de la Zarzuela Alma Llanera, entre muchísimos más. El vals: "Isla de Margarita" fué compuesto por Dámaso García y Juan Cancio Rodríguez, es una hermosa creación que nos narra las bellezas naturales de la isla de Margarita, está versión está escrita e interpretada en mi menor, con una modulación a sol Mayor en la segunda parte, osea empieza en: relativa menor de sol Mayor, que es mi menor, modula a Sol Mayor y concluyó como empieza, mi menor, pasando por si séptima re mayor, y la menor. Quise compartir con ustedes está explicación de lo que es el vals, cómo nace y donde y como llegó a Venezuela, y mi humilde interpretación de este hermoso vals. Aunque no toco el instrumento me acompañé con el cuatro, nuestro instrumento tradicional. Letra Margarita, tus playas soñadoras Invitan al amor y al placer Tu dulce bello nombre de mujer Se viste de bellísimas auroras Tus mujeres, perlas y corales Le dan al poeta inspiración Bendito sea por siempre tu terrón Nidales de palomas y turpiales

Ave marina, tierra espartana
Color de grana, tus hembras son
Cual bella rosa, que se engalana
Bajo el delirio, de la pasión
Aunque tus campos, se que el estío
siempre conservas, alguna flor
Flor de esperanza, donde el rocío
imprime terso, versos de amor.

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The waltz is a musical genre (dance rhythm) born in the 7th century in Tyrol, Austria then arrives in Austria to decorate the social gatherings of high society becoming the favorite dance of the nobility , then expand throughout Europe. The word waltz is born later by introducing it to opera and ballet. It is structured under the figure of 3/4 bone: three blacks in each measure with simple and elementary harmonic variations going from major tonality to their minor relative to congratulate the dance. The greatest exponents of this musical genre are: Johann Strauss, Frederick Chopin. The waltz was introduced in Venezuela after the war of independence and with it, the piano, an instrument with which the society dances were interpreted and accompanied, being its main exponents: Teresa Carreño, Ramón Delgado Palacios, and Pedro Elías Gutiérrez, author from the Zarzuela Alma Llanera, among many more. The waltz: "Isla de Margarita" was composed by Dámaso García and Juan Cancio Rodríguez, it is a beautiful creation that tells us the natural beauties of Margarita Island, this version is written and interpreted in my minor, with a modulation of the major sun in the second part, bone begins in: relative minor of the major sun, which is my minor, modulates the major sun and concluded how it starts, my minor, going through seventh re major, and the minor. I wanted to share with you this explanation of what the waltz is, how it was born and where and how it arrived in Venezuela, and my humble interpretation of this beautiful waltz. Although I don't play the instrument, I accompanied myself with the four, our traditional instrument. Lyrics Margarita, your dreamy beaches They invite love and pleasure Your sweet beautiful woman's name He dresses in beautiful auroras Your women, pearls and corals They give the poet inspiration Blessed be your lump forever Pigeon and turpial nests Seabird, Spartan land Grana color, your females are Which beautiful rose, which is adorned Under the delirium of passion Even though your fields, I know that I love summer you always have some flower Flower of hope where the dew Print smooth, love verses.

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