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Song NameArrangerVoicing
O SapoStephen HatfieldSSATB
MaqueruleJulian Gomez GiraldoSATBPreview
Casita de CampoJuan-Tony GuzmanSATB
ChanflinJuan-Tony GuzmanSATB
La LluviaStephen HatfieldSATB
Son de CamagueyStephen HatfieldSATBPreview

"Casita de Campo" is one of the most popular love songs from the Dominican Republic. It describes a modest, and yet beautiful, little rural house in the Cibao region where the composer evokes the consummation of a passionate and virginal love. It is a "cancion-bolero," a typical Caribbean romantic song form in quadruple meter, slow-paced, which is also a centerpiece of serenades. "Chanflin" is a typical Dominican merengue in its melody and form. Chanflin is a young woman, very good looking. The merengue section refers to a "neighborhood gossip." The jaleo section refers to Chanflin dressing in a finicky manner. "La Lluvia" is a folk melody from Ecuador traditionally played on the siku - the double row of panpipes that have been used in the high Andes for over a thousand years. With percussion. "Son de Camaguey" is a Cuban folk song from which the composer takes the refrain and then frames it with kaleidoscopic patters of ostinati inspired by the song, and by Afro-Cuban music in general. "O Sapo" - In this irresistible Brazilian song setting, vocal lines imitate percussion patterns to create a truly infectious groove. Newly arranged for SSATB chorus. With optional percussion.

Item code: 8047B | Sheet Music | $10.95 add item to cart
World  | A Cappella | SATB | 62 Pages | Softcover | 7 x 10 | Latin America

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