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Three Mexican Folk Songs (Piano/Choral Score)

By David Conte

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SATB choir, guitar, 2 violins and double bass (or piano)
Composed by David Conte (1955-). Arranged by David Conte. Advanced/Collegiate. Secular, 21st century. Piano/choral score for SATB version. E.C. Schirmer Publishing #8194. Published by E.C. Schirmer Publishing (EC.8194).

Item Number: EC.8194

ISBN 600313481949. Spanish.

Commissioned by the San Francisco symphony, this three movement suite of folk songs well known in Mexico comes in three separate voicings: SATB, SSAA, and TTBB. A piano accompaniment is provided although the original scoring can also be used. (Guitar, two violins, and double bass or piano.) The Spanish texts straddle the macabre and the humorous in a way that is charming and engaging. Full translations are provided in the forward.

1. La Martiniana (The Martiniana)
2. La Bruja (The Witch)
3. La Llorona (The Weeping Woman)

Instrumental Parts include:
Violin I
Violin II
Double Bass.

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