Hopsa! Lisella!, an eighteenth-century Alsatian folk song, quite literally sways back and forth as it is sung. The feeling of acceleration typical of the style is captured through ritards,
Here is an incredibly dynamic adaptation of a popular French folk song. Quick and rhythmic, the work reflects the determination and liveliness of the girl in the poem who won't let others dictate her love
Similar to the superstitious "Friday the Thirteenth," "Tuesday the Thirteenth" is considered to be the day of bad luck in Spanish-speaking countries, which is clearly illustrated in this proverb ("Don't get
Here's a lively and fun selection in Spanish for women's voices, featuring a piano accompaniment characteristic of Cuban rhythms and harmonies. This is an impressive concert or festival piece for treble
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