This is a music composed by Ana-Maria Raga, the text is based on words from Warao and Pemon languages. The score is intended for 4-part mixed unaccompanied voices and a soprano soloist. This is a homage paid to Pemon and Warao peoples living in Venezuela. The first part is written in Warao, and the soprano solo is in Pemon. The two parts are based on traditional melodies the composer mixed with South Venezuela’s words “tepuy” (waterfalls) and “meru” (rivers). Ana-Maria Raga requires spatialization and a nasal vocal production for a better echo with Amerindian music. As each beginning does not depend on desks, it creates a random result and the song is very original to perform in concert. Ana-Maria Raga is one of the greatest Venezuelan choral music representatives. She conducts several famous choirs like Schola Juvenil de Caracas, Schola Cantorum de Venezuela, and she teaches conducting in Simón Bolivar University. She’s also often invited to USA, Cuba, Hungary, and Korea for masterclasses, and she handled the latest formation session for World Youth Choir with Johan Duicjk.