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03/28/2012

Claiborne Fletcher (Wofford College)-Spring 2012- CIEE Alcalá: music in Spain.

 

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La Música en España

  LMFAO

            Me sorprende que la música que escuchamos en los clubs de España sea más o menos la misma que en los Estados Unidos. La mayoría de las canciones de los clubs o de la radio son populares en los Estados Unidos también, como la música de Pitbull, LMFAO, Adele, David Guetta y Rihanna.  También, hay canciones en español que son populares en España.  Por ejemplo, las canciones en español que escucho mucho en los clubs son  “No Sigue Modas” y “Bailando por ahí” de Juan Magan, y “Danza Kuduro” de Lucenzo.  Hay una canción muy popular en España que es en portugués: “Ai Se Eu Te Pego” de Michel Teló.

            Las canciones en español son un poco difíciles de entender, porque los españoles hablan muy rápido, y cantan más rápido aún.  Pero, pienso que es una buena manera para aprender la lengua, porque se puede aprender cómo traducir el significado y no literalmente.

  Lucenzo

 

 

Music in Spain

            I was surprised that the music we listen to in then clubs in Spain were more or less the same as the ones we hear in the United States.  The majority of the songs in the clubs or on the radio are also popular in the United States, like the music of Pitbull, LMFAO, Adele, David Guetta, and Rihanna.  Also, there are songs in Spanish that are popular in Spain.  For example, the Spanish songs I hear a lot in the clubs are “No Sigue Modas” and “Bailando por ahí” by Juan Magan, and “Danza Kuduro” by Lucenzo.  In Spain there is a popular song that in is Portuguese: “Ai Se Eu Te Pego” by Michel Teló.

            The Spanish songs are kind of hard to understand, because the Spanish speak fast, and sing even faster.  But, I think that listening to songs in Spanish is a good way to learn the language because you can learn how to translate the meaning and not translate literally. 

 

Rihanna

 

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