Polyphonies latino-américaines 3
These are a collection of 11 polyphonic songs from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Peru and the Caribbean. Kaluyo, tonada, tango with text, Chacarera, waltz, and rumba are musical styles which were not into tomes one and two. The first two songs are rhythmic canons intended to be performed by five and three voices. “Dulce Jesus Mio” is one of the only unaccompanied polyphonic works from the Biblioteca boliviana. There are Spanish and Chiquitano versions. The other songs are based on popular melodies with Spanish or Portuguese texts except for “Verano Porteño” by Asto Piazzolla composed of onomatopoeias.