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features music from North America, Venezuela, Mexico, Argentina, and Brazil. Blending formal choral and village folk traditions, these songs evoke the poets and people of this vast region, who sing of struggles and redemption, love lost and found.

Released October 14, 2005
Price: $18
Includes shipping and handling within the US.
Please allow 7-10 days for delivery.
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Track List and Sample Clips

Selections from "Como Tu"
Venezuela, Alberto Grau
"Mahk Jhi" (Heartbeat Drum Song)
Ulali
intro: Jenny Terry
solos: Evan Angle and Rachel Herbert
"Bright Morning Stars"
Traditional American
arr. Paul Siskind

verse 4 : Maggie Lukens, Abby Ramsden, Katherine Robinson
"Queen Jane"
Traditional Appalachian
arr. Stephen Hatfield

solo: Haley McNamara Cohn
"Las Amarillas"
Traditional Mexican
arr. Stephen Hatfield
Argentina
arr. Liliana Cangiano

verse 1: Sabrina Adler
verse 2: Hannah Appel
verse 3: Jenny Terry
verse 4: Abby Ramsden
"There is a Balm in Gilead"
Traditional American Spiritual
arr. William Dawson

duet: Rayanne Truesdell (S), Jenny Terry (A)
verse 1: Katherine Robinson
verse 2: Natasha Hoehn
verse 3: Colleen O'Hara
"Salmo 150"
Brazil, Ernani Aguiar
"Duerme Negrito"
Venezuela, Atahualapa Yupanqui
arr. Emilio Solé
"Homeward Bound"
American, Marta Keen
arr. Jay Althouse

solo: Amy Hayes
"Hark, I Hear the Harps Eternal"
Traditional Appalachian
arr. Alice Parker

duet: Hannah Appel (S), Beth Howard (A)
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