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The popular sociolect of the speech of Córdoba is deeply marked by the quartetazo . A musical genre that means much more than music. It is a way of living life, a way of walking, walking and a ritual that embraces everyone who dare to feel the sounds of tunga tunga. This religion constantly leaves idiomatic marks that constitute us. This is due to the fact that the quarteterers adopt the new forms and another little because the lyrists of this genre were making it possible to standardize the proper modes of settlements marginal and popular. The dissemination of this genre meant that these expressions, previously reserved only to vulnerable sectors, began to belong to different areas. And even to be claimed. Since there came a time when the entire Cordovan community listened to this kind of music.
The Cordovan quartetero songbook is composed of thousands of artists and has a long history of compositions and rhythms. Groups such as the Leo Quartet, Berna Quartet, Golden Quartet, La Mona Jimenez, Trulalá, Rodrigo, La Barra, Pelusa, Damián Córdoba and others developed their hymns and spread this musical style quickly.
The quartet was born with the history of Córdoba , when immigrants left their territories inside the province to taste the urban flavor. The cordoble gringa pampa crossed the tarantela and the pasodoble , and musical instruments (an accordion, piano, violin and clarinet) joined a song that animated peasant dances. In the '40s, this pace reached La Docta with impoverished country pawns and chacareros, attracted by the industrialization process that the city suffered. Thus, the new chords were based in the humble houses, the ranchadas, the neighborhood clubs that used the ritual as an excuse to share. And then it served as an object of dispute that sought his own space between tango, jazz and cumbia.
Maybe it was because of that confluence that one good day a light, rustic, light music began to sound, that he intended nothing but to move the neighbors' feet. The quartet was taking something from every migratory culture , from elementary Italian, Spanish folk music to African influences that black slaves invariably left throughout the continent. Fifty years ago, the story of the Leo quartet, or the legend of the tunga-tunga, that is the quartete passion, began to be recorded. Marzano, the great mother of the quartet, changed the color of the rhythms that sounded commonly and had a danceable impact that finally shaped the quarteazzo. The Leo feature is the starting point for professional quartets and, in the 1970s, this music occupies important spaces in radio and television programming, and attracted the interest of the most prestigious recording companies in the country. The Leo, La Bern and El Cuartet de Oro that placed 10,000 plates on each launch.
The second boon is today Juan Carlos 'La Mona' Jimenez who has long surpassed the figure of three million copies of his 82 CDs for sale. Tango and quartet, poslunfardo and 'Cordobés dialect' are the perfect ones that were nurturing Cordobés.
But... let's go to what we have to do is the quarteter dictionary. And the way in which, from different words that emerged in the musical sphere, different words were consolidated in general society .
Informal way to refer to the music genre of the quartet.
It is used to name women with attractive physical attributes, octopous and eye-catching attire. It means girl, young woman.
“ I'm your chichí, I'm the one who always wants to see you very happy” - Las Chichis
A euphemism to call the butt.
“ To move the boom boom boom” - La Mona Jimenez
Decreased ones that are used with an effect that brings to the rhythm are very common.
Besito, beer, waistband, tail, cubanita, flaquita, fernecito, ladito, tongue, mamita, brunita, brunette, papasita, pupito, pupito, tasty, cider, todito, glass, viborita, vinito, and many more are tea numbers that are named with decreasing in the letters quarteteras.
To give more emphasis to some chorus, augmentative ones are also used with the endings -azo, -azón, -azón, -azón and -ononón: cabezón, fiesta, fag, butterfly, black, picaron, mouse, sabrosón. Also chambonazo, quartetazo, machetazo and much more.
Composed word, formed by the Indo-American voices pachangá (dance) and coya (woman)
“ La Pachanchoya, to enjoy” - Quartet Leo
Verbs, adjectives and much more are derived from the musical genre, because the quartet is not only a way of making music, it is a way of speaking.
Dance is the quintessential ritual of every quarteter. It does not refer to a particular dance, but the event in which the great artists of the genre offer their show to the public.
They are the typical drinks of the previa or during the dance.
The answer of uncertainty in the face of complex interrogation. And where is the ferné? What if it, what if it is. And who took it? what if it is, what is it.
The only phrase you have to say if someone says, “Shall we go to the dance? “
Publication Date: 12/02/2021
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