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Convidando esta la noche (flex)

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Juan García de Zéspedes

Juan García de Zéspedes (arr. Daniel Bukin)


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General Info

Year: 17th cent. / 2020
Duration: c. 3:30
Difficulty: II (see Ratings for explanation)
Original Medium: A cappella choir
Publisher: Daniel Bukin
Cost: Score and Parts - Free


Instrumentation (Flexible)

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Errata

None discovered thus far.


Program Notes

Convidando está la noche translates from the Spanish as "The night is inviting us." It may be considered a Christmas song, European Baroque in style with popular New World and multi-ethnic elements.


Performance Notes

  • Octave placement may be adjusted as needed. In fact, many parts include optional 8va or 8vb depending on the instrument.
  • All repeats are optional.
  • Tempo markings are rough guidelines and don’t necessarily need to be adhered to strictly. Use whatever tempo is an appropriate balance for both the piece and your students.


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