Training

Description: CHAU
Composition: consonants (CH), Diphthong (AU)
Tour Type: Discontinuous emission rhythm
Onomatopoeically: chau-chau
Emission Mode: Opening and closing the beak
Valorization: Modulated, Descending, Flat, Ascending
Score Value: 6 points


Description: CLOQUEO
Composition: Almost all consonants, All vowels
Tour Type: Semicontinuous or discontinuous rhythm
Onomatopoeically: ti-ti-ti, bloc-bloc-bloc, blu-blu-blu, lui-lui-lui, blui-blui-blui, clo-clo-clo
Emission Mode: Opening and closing the beak
Valorization: Modulated with Vowel interchange, Modulated without Vowel change, Descending, Flat, Ascending
Score Value: 16 points
Notes: Faster than chau and piau. The name comes from the Spanish word for “cluck” which is the call of a mother hen.


Description: DUO
Composition:All consonants, All vowels
Tour Type: Continuous, Discontinuous or Semicontinuousemission rhythm
Onomatopoeically: any note
Valorization: Modulated, Descending, Flat
Score Value: 14 points
Notes: The term comes from the Spanish word meaning “duet”. It is the perception of two birds singing at the same time


Description: FLOREO
Composition: All the consonants, All the vowels
Tour Type: Discontinuous emission rhythm
Onomatopoeically: “tuii, tuii, tuii”, “tuio, tuio, tuio”, “fliorio, fliorio, fliorio”, “ta-a, ta-a, ta-a”, “do-oili, do-oili, do-oili”, “cueli, cueli, cueli, “tuli, tuli, tuli”
Emission Mode: Closing and opening the beak intermittently
Valorization: Scales of floreos, Descending, Flat, very slow, Flat, slow, Ascending
Score Value: 18 points
Notes: The name comes from the Spanish words for a slow musical flourish or fanfare


Description: INTERMEDIO
Composition: Consonant (R), Vowel (E)
Tour Type: Continuous emission rhythm
Onomatopoeically: Reee, Reeee, Re-Rei, Re-Reii
Emission Mode: Semi opened beak
Valorization: Modulated, Descending, Flat, Ascending, Flat
Score Value: 6 points
Notes: “rei-rei” descending valued higher


Description: METALICO
Composition: Consonant (R), Vowel (I)
Tour Type: Continuous emission rhythm
Onomatopoeically: ri-rii,rii,riiiii,rin
Emission Mode: Semi opened beak
Valorization: Modulated, Descending, Flat, Ascending
Score Value: 9 points
Notes: Sound “rin” valued higher


Description: PROFUNDO
Composition: Consonant (R), Vowel (O) and (U)
Tour Type: Continuous emission rhythm
Onomatopoeically: ro-ro, ru-ru, Ruu, rou
Emission Mode: Semi opened beak
Valorization: Modulated with interchangable vowels, without vowel interchange, descending, flat, ascending
Score Value: 13 points


Description: NOTA BATIDA
Composition: Consonants (B) and (L) Vowel (I)
Tour Type: Semicontinuous emission rhythm
Onomatopoeically:bli-bli-bli,bi-bLi, bli-bli,
Emission Mode: Semi opened beak
Valorization: Modulated, Ascending, Flat, Ascending
Score Value:6 points


Description: CAMPANA
Composition: consonants (T). (N), (G), (L), Vowels (I) & (O)
Tour Type: Discontinuous emission rhythm
Onomatopoeically: tong-tong, ti-long ti-long
Emission Mode: Closing and opening the beak intermittently
Valorization: Modulated in ti-long, Modulated tong, Descending, Flat
Score Value: 6 points
Notes: The name comes from the Spanish word for bell


Description: CASCABEL
Composition: Consonants (L) and (N), Vowel I
Tour Type: Semicontinuous emission rhythm
Onomatopoeically: lin lin lin
Emission Mode: Semi opened beak
Valorization: Modulated, Ascending, Flat, Ascending, Flat
Score Value: 12 points
Notes: slight movement of Lower beak and tongue


Description: CASTANUELA
Composition: consonants (CH), (C), (S), (L), Vowel (A)
Tour Type: Semicontinuous emission rhythm
Onomatopoeically: clas-clas, clac-clac, chac-chac
Emission Mode: Opening and closing the beak
Valorization: Flat, very slow, Flat, slow, Flat, Ascending
Score Value: 9 points
Notes: The name comes from the Spanish word for castanets


Description: PIAU
Composition: consonant (P), Triphthong (IAU)
Tour Type: Discontinuous emission rhythm
Onomatopoeically: piau-piau
Emission Mode: Opening and closing the beak
Valorization: Modulated, Descending, Flat, Ascending
Score Value: 6 points

Rascadas

Description:
Fault consisting of giving out sounds with an excessive predominance of /R/ phoneme over the vowel, leading to an extremely unpleasant sound for our ear

Nasalidad

Description:
Nasality is a fault consisting of producing imperfect sounds similar to those a person gives out with problems in their respiratory tracts when speaking, hence the name of nasality. It usually be due to the inadequate diction of the vowels which take part in the turn or when there are certain consonants involved ( as for example /N/ and /G/ that, due to its voice, show a higher tendency to show signs of this fault, it can be also due to respiratory system problems of the specimen.

Estridencias

Description:
Stridencies are a fault consisting of a sharp and sudden raising of the sound of a turn in tone or intensity, producing a high flown sound that breaks the melodic line of the song

NOTE
MAX POINTS
TIMBRE METALICO
9 POINTS

TIMBRE INTERMEDIO
6 POINTS

TIMBRE PROFUNDO
13 POINTS

NOTA BATIDA
6 POINTS

CASCABELEO
12 POINTS

CLOQUEOS
16 POINTS

CASTAÑUELAS
9 POINTS

CHAU-CHAU
6 POINTS

PIAU-PIAU
6 POINTS

FLOREOS DE ADORNO
18 POINTS

CAMPANA
6 POINTS

DUOS
14 POINTS

NEGATIVE
NOTES
DEDUCTION
RASCADA
UP TO 3 POINTS

ESTRIDENCIAS
UP TO 3 POINTS

NASALIDAD
UP TO 3 POINTS

One thought on “Training

  1. Hi from Spain. I am a Spanish timbrado breeder. Just to congratulate to all of you for such an amazing site!
    Congratulations as well for all the positive audio notes- fantastic selection, great job!
    Keep pushing guys!
    Regards from Spain
    Carlos

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