Celebrate the holiday season with this fiery and exciting traditional Puerto Rican carol. This very playable arrangement is a perfect concert opener or closer that will have your audiences dancing in the
Here's a highly spirited paso doble that perfectly fits into any concert, any time of year. Set in D minor, this lively piece features contagious rhythmic elements and showcases the entire
The bass and percussion sections lay down the classic bolero groove while the rest of the orchestra takes turns playing the lazy, singing, rolling melody. Enjoy a warm, tropical feeling as the orchestra
Canarios is a movement taken from the Suite Espanola for guitar by Gaspar Sanz, a leading composer of Spanish Baroque music. This delightful arrangement in D major engages all sections of
A perfect rhythmic skill-builder, this exciting piece uses classic Spanish rhythms and the famous Andalusian chord progression found in the music of Spain, Central and South America. All sections get to
You may not recognize the title, but you are almost certain to be familiar with the famous melodies of this stately Latin classic. Full of audience appeal!
El Pollo Ricardo was written in 1911 by Luis Alberto Fernandez, a young man from Uruguay who was a policeman by day and a tango musician at night. The title refers to a tango dancer friend of his
The definitive Spanish paso doble, arranged for intermediate string orchestra! This great cultural teaching piece features syncopated rhythms, triplets, repeated down bows, and...
Intended to introduce young players to Latin music style, this cheerful and energized composition can help students explore the music of the Caribbean. Solidly scored, and full of spice and sun, the catchy
Inspired by a popular Mexican breakfast, this spicy Latin piece will help your students start their day off right. Easy syncopated rhythms and a catchy melody will have the audience wanting a second
In the style of a habanera, the characteristic and distinct rhythm reflects the fusion of Cuban and Spanish cultures. Many sections of your string orchestra get a chance to play the memorable melody from
This popular Spanish song was written by Sebastian Yradier after he visited Cuba. The song is written in the musical style of an habanera, which combines Cuban rhythms with traditional Spanish flamenco
Enjoy the intensity and intricate harmonies of the Legend of Asturias in a shorter playable version that captures the spirit and feel of the original work. Written first for piano and a favorite of
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