If anyone knows much about the "American Singer", I hope I can get some description of that. I'm not sure of myself, and would like to learn (here would be fun, I can also try the web). My understanding of the American Singer is that there never has been the consensus needed to make the song of the American Singer genetic. For that reason, I hope, if I remember, the American singer has never become a songbird that could be accepted for judging. All song ideas = no song ideas? I'm going to try to get a sense of the American Singer before moving on to the timbrado. The important things I learn, I hope to put here. Then, with some clear ideas of the chart (printed clearly on the link) we will see the need for standards. Work which has already been clarified, enabling us to come to understand song which can be in alignment.
For example, imagine one person loving the shepherd dog, and another loving the red colors of the Irish setter, another, loving the group hunting behavior of hunting dogs, and, ridiculously, one person loving the Chowowa/sp and another loving the great Dane. Put them all together, breed them, and your dog will be a mutt, having none of the qualities of any of the breed. Is that a description of the American Singer, which would be exactly what we would not want to happen to the timbered?
I truly hope there will be some discussion on the American Singer before we get back to the timbrado, and finally, the floreado.
Thank you so much in advance for the discussion we hope to get, I hope to be active for awhile again, before I get all these baby floreados! Thanks finally!
POSSIBLE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE SPANISH TIMBRADO TOURS AND EQUIVALENCES IN FOCDE (COM) AND FOE STANDARD (with maximum points in brackets)
RINGS / DOOR BELL
TIMBRE METALICO (9)
VARIACIONES RODADAS (18)
TIMBRE INTERMEDIO (6) TIMBRE PROFUNDO (13)
TIMBRE DE AGUA (9)
NOTA BATIDA (6)
CHAU (6), PIAU (6)
FLOREOSDE ADORNO (18)
AGUA LENTA (18)
AGUA SEMILIGADA (9)