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    Un cordial saludo musical.

    Esta semana de Cuenta historias de Open Mic te traigo esta canción titulada "Juan no celebró su día" del compositor José Julian Villafranca "el trigueño", cultor popular de las tradiciones de Venenezuela, especialmente de la música típica y tradicional del oriente de nuestro país. Este maestro nacido en la población de Cumanacoa del estado Sucre. Hombre sencillo y humilde pero con gran sabiduría popular, jocoso, siempre amable y sonriente. Fundó el "quinteto Montes", cantor, compositor e instrumentista, multifacetico hombre de pueblo con un gran carisma popular, Villafranca ha encarnado la identidad cultural y musical de la región oriental de Venezuela rodeado de una naturaleza prodigiosa.
    En esta canción, Juan Bautista no pudo celebrar su día por querer hacer unas "travesuras" a la humanidad y Dios lo castigó poniendolo a dormir, pero por favor sigue leyendo...Puedes ver el video de YouTube mas abajo...

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    Respecto a esta canción, en Venezuela existen muchas cofradías que atesoran las tradiciones que van con el calendario festivo cristiano de los creyentes de esta religión. Muchas de estas cofradías rinden homenaje a santos, a la cruz y a imágines, siendo motivo de celebraciones durante casi todo el año por las diferentes fechas y cada región del país tiene su forma de celebrar estas festividades y conmemoraciones.
    Estamos en el mes de Junio, el mes de San Juan Bautista, especificamente el 24, se celebra su día, en el estado Aragua, donde nací y vivo, se celebra con ritmos y golpes de tambor, se saca a pasear al santo por las calles del pueblo al ritmo de estos sabrosos géneros musicales.
    En oriente se celebra con diferentes géneros y uno de ellos es este llamado Punto redoblado al cual el maestro Villafranca le colocó letra la cual te la muestro a continuación:

    Juan no celebró su día
    Punto redoblado.

    Dijo Juan muy oportuno que una fiesta proponía
    Para celebrar su día El 24 de Junio.
    El pensó hacer un diluvio y no se le pudo lograr
    Aplicando la verdad,Haciendo uso de razón
    Iba a ser la destrucción de toda la humanidad

    Cogió camino al averno Compró fuego pa' ese día
    En una fogatería que estaba allá en los infiernos.
    Este regresó con ellos sin permiso de su Dios
    Esa carga transportó, fondo lleno de alegría
    Para celebrar su día, pero no se le logró.
    El negocio que hizo allá, Compró truenos y centellas
    Compró las lluvias mas sedias Y toa' clase' tempestad.

    En terremotos na' más Mucho tuvo que gastar,
    Porque el quería celebrar, algo grande y monstruoso
    Incluyendo maremotos y un diluvio universal.
    Fue a la casa del dios Baco, se compró varias botellas
    De jerez de las fronteras con alcohol que huele a cacho.
    Tomó y se puso borracho, con sus ojos nebulosos
    Lo castigo el Poderoso y dormido se quedó
    Cuando Juan se despertó, ya estábamos a 28.
    El 24 de Junio!

    *El Video que uso de fondo es de la versión del grupo C4 trio junto a Ruben Blades. Ilustraciones: Eduardo Sanabria (EDO),
    Animación:
    Miguel Rumanzew
    Fabiola Zurita
    Denis Chapon *
    Fuente

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    ENG:

    A cordial musical greeting.

    This week of Open Mic Storytelling I bring you this song titled "Juan did not celebrate his day" by the composer José Julian Villafranca "el trigueño", popular cult of the traditions of Venenezuela, especially of the typical and traditional music of the east of our country. This master was born in the town of Cumanacoa in the state of Sucre. Simple and humble man but with great popular wisdom, jocular, always kind and smiling. He founded the "Quinteto Montes", singer, composer and instrumentalist, multifaceted man of the people with a great popular charisma, Villafranca has embodied the cultural and musical identity of the eastern region of Venezuela surrounded by a prodigious nature.
    In this song, Juan Bautista could not celebrate his day because he wanted to do some "mischief" to humanity and God punished him by putting him to sleep, but please continue reading...

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    Regarding this song, in Venezuela there are many brotherhoods that treasure the traditions that go with the Christian festive calendar of the believers of this religion. Many of these brotherhoods pay homage to saints, the cross and images, being a reason for celebrations almost all year round for different dates and each region of the country has its own way of celebrating these festivities and commemorations.
    This mos in the month of June, the month of San Juan Bautista, specifically on the 24th, his day is celebrated in the state of Aragua, where vinací and vivo is celebrated with rhythms and drum beats, the saint is taken for a walk through the streets of the town to the rhythm of these tasty musical genres.
    In the east it is celebrated with different genres and one of them is this called Punto redoblado to which the teacher Villafranca put lyrics which I show you below:

    Juan did not celebrate his day
    Point redoubled.

    Said Juan very timely that a party proposed
    To celebrate his day June 24.
    He thought to make a deluge and it could not be achieved
    Applying the truth, making use of reason
    It was to be the destruction of all mankind

    He took the road to the underworld He bought fire for that day
    In a bonfire that was there in the underworld.
    This one returned with them without permission of his God
    That load he carried, bottom full of joy
    To celebrate his day, but he didn't succeed.
    The business he did there, He bought thunder and lightning
    He bought the thirstiest rains And all kinds of tempest.

    In earthquakes no more He had to spend a lot,
    Because he wanted to celebrate something big and monstrous.
    Including tidal waves and a universal deluge.
    He went to the house of the god Bacchus, he bought several bottles
    Of sherry from the frontiers with alcohol that smells like a cacho.
    He drank and got drunk, with his misty eyes
    He was punished by the Mighty One and fell asleep.
    When Juan woke up, it was already 28.
    June 24th!

    Thanks for watching!
    Here my video in Youtube:

    *The video I use in the background is the version of the C4 trio with Ruben Blades. Illustrations: Eduardo Sanabria (EDO),
    Animation:
    Miguel Rumanzew
    Fabiola Zurita
    Denis Chapon *
    Source
    Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

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