Las Mañanitas/Mañanitas Tapatías

By: Mexican Trad.
For: Choir
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Mexican Trad.
Year of composition
Easy (Grades 1-3)
2 minutes
World music and Folk music
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"Las Mañanitas" and "Mañanitas Tapatías" are traditional Mexican birthday songs often paired as they are in this arrangement. The three-part choral arrangement can be sung SAB, STB,or even TTB. The accompaniment is for requinto, guitar, and string bass. A requinto is a small (3/4 size) guitar tuned a fourth higher than the guitar. The requinto traditionally plays the melody or countermelody in introductions, interludes, and postludes. Lacking a requinto, one can play the part on a guitar.

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