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Aguinaldo is a folk genre of Christmas music in several Latin American countries, based on Spanish Christmas carols or villancicos which is traditionally sung on Christmas itself or during the holiday season. Aguinaldo music is often performed by parrandas - a casual group of people, often family or friends, who merrily go from house to house taking along their singing.
In Venezuela , aguinaldo is a genre of Christmas music and generally have six verses. Played by "parranderos" or "aguinalderos" that announce their arrival in song and seek to gain entry to the community houses to relate the story of the birth of Christ, and to share in the joy of the message of Peace on Earth and to all People of Good Will. Aguinaldos are played with typical instruments such as the cuatro a small, four-string guitar , furruco , and maracas.
In exchange for the entertainment, "parranderos" are traditionally given food and drink: hallacas , panettone , rum and "Ponche Crema" a form of alcoholic eggnog. Aguinaldos are also played at Christmas church celebrations. In Puerto Rico , the aguinaldo is a musical gift offered during the Christmas season and is a tradition inherited from the island's Spanish colonizers.
As a musical gift, aguinaldos are mostly played by "parranderos" or "trullas" during the Christmas holidays. While parrandas , showing up at a residence late at night, with a group of Christmas carolers , is a practice that is slowly being lost in Puerto Rico,  a Puerto Rican aguinaldos album debuted in the top 10 Billboard Tropical Albums in December Originally, aguinaldos were " villancicos " with strong religious connotations but soon evolved to " coplas " quartets and "decimas" ten-verses compositions about all kinds of everyday topics.
With bordonua players becoming more difficult to find, the guitar became a staple accompanying the cuatro. Today, panderos also known as " pleneras " , brass instruments and whatever makes noise, are used.
In the Philippines , the word aguinaldo has come to refer instead to the gift—usually cash or coins—collected by small groups of children that go carolling. A traditional instrument used is a makeshift tambourine made of several tansan aluminium bottle caps strung on some wire. Carollers solicit homeowners with the chant " Namamasko po!
Aguinaldo or Serenal is a music genre used in Parang Parranda a type of Christmas music that came to Trinidad and Tobago from Venezuela. Singers and instrumentalists collectively known as "parranderos" travel from house to house in the community, often joined by friends and neighbours family, using whatever instruments are to hand.
Popular parang instruments include the cuatro and maracas locally known as chac-chacs. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Folk genre of Christmas music. This article includes a list of references , but its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. December Learn how and when to remove this template message. Alden; Espinosa, Aurelio M. The Journal of American Folklore. Music genres in the Hispanosphere.
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