A U L A G A  FOLK   Ritmos Étnicos Folk Progresivo

 

DOSSIER AULAGA FOLK 


 

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AULAGA FOLK en la cronica de Stephen D. Winick Folclorista, crítico musical y Editor desde EEUU

THE HUFFINGTON POST CULTURE & ARTS

 

 

 

 


AULAGA FOLK EN BLOGFOOLK DESDE NAPOLES


AULAGA FOLK vuelve de nuevo a traspasar fronteras una vez mas y en esta ocasión desde Napoles Italia la revista digital Blogfoolk edita un especial sobre Aulaga Folk y su ultimo trabajo "A Menos Cuarto" crónica de Salvatore Esposito

 

 


 

AULAGA FOLK en The Celtic Crier California EEUU

 

En esta ocasión desde California EEUU el portal The Celtic Crier se hace eco del trabajo de AULAGA FOLK e incorpora a su web un enlace del grupo extremeño.

http://www.thecelticcrier.com/aulaga-folk.html
 


La página web The Celtic Crier fue fundada por Billy Lee de California.
Marcene Bronson de Maine, se unió al equipo para ayudar con el diseño web y la contratación e investigacion de nuevos grupos para formar la página web.

De un tiempo para aca han desarrollado un podcast llamado Celtic Fusion, esta organizado y dirigido por JD McEwans de Ohio.
Hacemos la página web debido a nuestro amor por la música celta y nuestro orgullo de nuestra herencia celta.

El porta oficial es
www.thecelticcrier.com y en facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/TheCelticCriercom/111166525607672

 

 

 


 

AULAGA FOLK en Citta Bollate Radio Italia 101,7 FM

en el programa "An Triskell" presentado por Gino Granata

  

 

 


 

AULAGA FOLK en Lost Frontier Sampler 13

 

 


 

AULAGA FOLK en An Triskell - Italia 

Gino Granata 
Giovedì 14 marzo nuova trasmissione di "An Triskell" dedicata alla Spagna con:

Aulaga Folk, Verdasca, Vallarna, Coanhadeira, Rarefolk, Street Wings e Carlos Nunez.


Sintonizzatevi alle ore 15:00 su RADIO CITTÀ BOLLATE FM. 101.7 o seguite la 
diretta streaming

(http://www.radiocittabollate.it:8000/live.m3u), replica DOMENICA 17/3 ore 20:00.

http://www.facebook.com/AnTriskell.RCB

 

 

 

 


 

AULAGA FOLK en Tarataña de Radio 3

 

 


 

 

 AULAGA FOLK en ACORDES Revista Digital

 

 

 


 

 

AULAGA FOLK en REPICANDU

 

Desde el Principau D´Asturies, La emisora

Onda Peñes y su programa Repicandu dirigido por 

Santiago Cuervo Porras, dedica un especial sobre Aulaga Folk

y su ultimo trabajo "A Menos Cuarto"

 

 

 

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AULAGA FOLK en EL GARITO

 

El programa El Garito de Canal Extremadura Radio, en su especial

dedicado a la musica folk, habla entre otros de Aulaga Folk

y su ultimo trabajo "A Menos Cuarto"

 

 

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AULAGA FOLK en BAHIA SUR RADIO

 

Desde Sanlucar de Barrameda (Cadiz), la emisora

Bahía Sur Radio se hace eco del ultimo trabajo de

Aulaga Folk - "A Menos Cuarto"

 

 


 

 AULAGA FOLK en LA REVISTA DE CASTILLA Y LEON 

Entre otras muchas noticias que ha destacado la Rev CyL

sobre Aulaga Folk destacamos la mas reciente

 

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AULAGA FOLK en AIRES CELTAS

 

 

El prestigioso programa de música celta y folk Aires

Celtas capitaneado por Federico Salvador, Lola Sánchez , Juan Armando Salvador y Javier Gonzalez, presentan a Aulaga Folk y su ultimo trabajo "A Menos Cuarto"

 


 

 

AULAGA FOLK en THE CELTIC MUSIC FAN

 

En esta ocasion The Celtic Music Fan desde Filipinas

dirigida por Baxter Labatos, hace una cronica musical sobre

Aulaga Folk y su ultimo trabajo "A Menos Cuarto"

 

 

 

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AULAGA FOLK en ETIK MAGAZINE

Crónica musical sobre "A Menos Cuarto"

por Iván Castro

 

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AULAGA FOLK en INTERFOLK

En su numero 51 invierno, Interfolk y El Viejo Gañan 

entrevistan a Aulaga Folk

 

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AULAGA FOLK en WORLD 1 MUSIC

Entrevista y cronica sobre Aulaga Folk y "A Menos Cuarto"

 

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AULAGA FOLK en RADIO 5 - RNE

LOS CONCIERTOS DE RADIO 3 en RADIO 5

Javier Hernández Radio 5

 

 

 

 

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AULAGA FOLK en THE CELTIC MUSIC FAN

Entrevista realizada desde Filipinas por Baxter Labatos

 

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AULAGA FOLK en MUSICAS DEL MUNDO

Programa emitido por Canla Sur Andalucia ( RAI ) en el programa MUSICAS DEL MUNDO

dirigido por Jesus Barroso Torres

 

 

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AULAGA FOLK en La 2 de TVE

Especial Aulaga Folk ofrecido por TVE en La 2 en el programa "Los Conciertos de Radio 3"

 

 

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AULAGA FOLK en la web Valladolid web musical

 

 

 


 

 

AULAGA FOLK en la web Akelarre Folk

 

en esta ocasión es entrevistado por la prestigiosa web AKELARRE FOLK,

para acceder a la entrevista entra en la web en la seccion de entrevistas

 

 

  

 


 

AULAGA FOLK en FOLKROOTS de Gran Bretaña

en el numero 336

 

 

Diez piezas del centro oeste de la música española de Extremadura,

  intenso de melodias de su región con un canto de pura sangre y una

amplia gama de soportes de folk y folk-rock.

 


 

AULAGA FOLK en FOLKWORLD - Home of European Music

 

 

 

Aulaga is a Spanish folk Group from the Extremadura region. Founded in 1999, this is the groups third release. The nine band members mix traditional regional music with rock and general folk influenced music. This double CD and DVD set is a beautiful way to discover the fine folk-rock music of Extremadura both audible and visually. The main ingredients of their music is the deep male vocals, the more earthy female vocals, the sound of the flutes, violin, accordion and really nice percussion that shows influences from both the Southern and the Northern parts of the country. Which is, seen the geographical position of Extremadura, actually very logical. The musicians show on this CD that they choose the more popular approach, no long traditional/acoustic parts, but just solid and accessible folk-rock with lots of traditional elements. On the second CD you can even hear some African influences, nicely blend with the sound of the band. The DVD shows a bonus track, a video and a documentary which gives a nice picture of the way the group works and of its popularity in their region. This three disc set is a very nice release with nice folk-rock music and including an interesting extra DVD to complete the whole music experience. 


 

 

 

El show de Aulaga Folk en Spreaker

 


 

AULAGA FOLK en Radio Extremadura - El Garito

 

 

 

 


 

 

AULAGA FOLK en - U.S. WORLD MUSIC CENTRAL

 

 

Aulaga Folk

 

A Menos Cuarto (Almoukri Records, 2011)

This isn’t the first time a recording by the Spanish folkloric group Aulaga Folk has crossed my path. And once again I feel tongue-tied in trying to describe the folkloric music on the CD. In 2006 I reviewed the group’s “no es mala leña” which wed jazz to regional folk music (Extremadura, Spain). The CD was easier to describe than the current recording “a menos cuarto” (a quarter to the hour) which harbors elements of Celtic Spanish with Arab-Andalusian music, and yet is neither.

The album comes with a CD featuring an array of special guests including other Spanish folkloric luminaries such as Javier Ruibal and Eliseo Parra, a second disc featuring mixes and a DVD with music videos so we can see the band in action, and not just performing music, but also collecting it.

The musicians feature music from the mountainous region of Spain, Las Hurdes, which doesn’t have the happiest of reputations and was featured in a 1933 documentary “Land without Bread” by Luis Buñuel,
which the surrealist film director doctored up a bit. Once the region of intense poverty, illiteracy, sickness, and superstition, Las Hurdes transformed its image and now attracts tourists. And the songs from
this region featured on “a menos cuarto” sound jaunty with hummable melodies.

Four of the ten tracks on the CD come from Las Hurdes with the remaining tracks hailing from other parts of Extremadura (Badajoz and Cáceres). The band includes jotas and other traditional music that shifts
directions at a blink of an eye.

I’m at a loss to describe the music. “Rough Guide to World Music” (2000 edition) doesn’t mention the traditional music of Extremadura. My Spanish language skills are limited and the CD and supporting material and website are in Spanish. Yet my curiosity is aroused now and I’m ready to learn more about this regional music, its influences, (some from Portugal). It borrows flutes, pipes, and traditional percussion from Asturias and Galicia, but features rhythms from southern Spain, such as flamenco.

The vocals range from frolics to haunting Arabic. As you can imagine, there’s a lot going on here. Traditional music contains history of a people, a region, and all the nomadic influences that passed through, not to mention influences of other musical styles.

From the little I could find online about music from this region, I learned that Extremadura is the poorest region in Spain, that historically many people of this region fled to Latin America, but the stunning music I’m listening to proves to me that this region is musically-rich. Alan Lomax ventured to this region and collected
traditional music on the sly in 1952 (check out 
The Spanish Recordings: Extremadura on Rounder Records, 2002).

The combination of flutes, lutes, bagpipes, accordion, and array of percussion that shows up in these songs
possess intricacy as they switch between rhythms and styles. Just listen to “Extremairlandura” or my favorite “Los Carnavales” and you’ll see what I mean. And for those seeking a more familiar sound,
“Reeguedoble” recalls early country western music of the US with its languid vocals, bluegrass-like fiddle and laid back guitars.

I doubt you’ll find this recording anywhere in North America so I’ll direct you to the band’s website aulagafolk.com(Hope you know Spanish).

Patricia Herlevi has contributed to World Music Central since 2003. She enjoys researching and writing about the world’s music traditions. She also researches, and teaches about the healing power of music at
her blog The Whole Music Experience. She has ancestors from somewhere in Spain, but was only told north and south. 
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PATRICIAHERLEVI

 

 


 

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For a blend of Spanish folk meets world and Celtic is Aulaga Folk www.myspace.com/aulagafolk

 

 

 

From Casas del Monte – Extremadura, Cáceres Spain, The band combines passionate acoustic guitars mixed with flamenco flavor and irresistible beat that burrows from all sources. Beautiful, melodic and distinctive, the music takes you on different landscapes and cultures yet distinctly Spanish. Band members are(In Spanish because I got this from the band sitehttp://www.aulagafolk.es)

 


 

 

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AULAGA FOLK en B!RITMOS

 

  


 

AULAGA FOLK en RITMOS ETNICOS RADIO 5

 

 

 

 


 

 

AULAGA FOLK en Catalunya Radio - Línia Folk

 

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AULAGA FOLK en cancioneros.com 

 

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AULAGA FOLK en tierra folk  -  Cronica del nuevo álbum

"A Menos Cuarto"

 

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AULAGA FOLK en TV Extremadura - La Isla de Viernes

 

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AULAGA FOLK elegido grupo y disco del mes de Abril en MT

 

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AULAGA FOLK en el programa de Jose Miguel Lopez DISCOPOLIS de RNE3 

  

 

 

 

 

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