6 x 2,6 x 5 cm
The 'Fum, Fum, Fum' is a traditional Catalan carol. Joan Amades believes that it has its origins in the sixteenth or seventeenth centuries.
The meaning of the word 'smoke' in Christmas is uncertain. It could literally refer to the smoke of the fire around which people gather to talk and sing during the cold month of December, or it could be the imitation of the sound of a timpani or the chord of a guitar.