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Trote tarapaqueno

Trote tarapaqueno

(Code: A110603002)

This is a traditional singing from Tarapacá, North Chile. This sheet music can be performed by many choirs, but you should divide voices in order to create a double choir or having soloists on the one hand and the whole group on the other. You should also be careful to the rhythm because the 3/4 time is often associated with 6/8.
You can accompany on the guitar, charango, bombo legüero, kenas (Andean flute), transverse flute, or with string instruments and drum. Jean-Michel Cayre was born in 1949 in Lyon. He learned how to play the piano with Fernando Via, who was himself a student of Granados. He studied at Conservatoire d’Art Dramatique de Lyon then at Conservatoire International de Musique de Paris.He is an instrumentalist who’s specialized in playing the instruments from the Andes. He has been a part from the ensemble Los Chacos since 1965; they won the International Grand Prix from Charles Cros Academy, and they recorded 12 albums and appeared on international stages. He did work together with famous French artists like Richard Anthony, Michel Legrand and Charles Trénet. He is a teacher at ENM de Villeurbanne, and he created the first European workshop of Andean instruments in 1979. He also wrote about sixty compositions for plays, ballets, movies, TV series and radio.

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This is a traditional singing from Tarapacá, North Chile. This sheet music can be performed by many choirs, but you should divide voices in order to create a double choir or having soloists on the one hand and the whole group on the other. You should also be careful to the rhythm because the 3/4 time is often associated with 6/8.
You can accompany on the guitar, charango, bombo legüero, kenas (Andean flute), transverse flute, or with string instruments and drum. Jean-Michel Cayre was born in 1949 in Lyon. He learned how to play the piano with Fernando Via, who was himself a student of Granados. He studied at Conservatoire d’Art Dramatique de Lyon then at Conservatoire International de Musique de Paris.He is an instrumentalist who’s specialized in playing the instruments from the Andes. He has been a part from the ensemble Los Chacos since 1965; they won the International Grand Prix from Charles Cros Academy, and they recorded 12 albums and appeared on international stages. He did work together with famous French artists like Richard Anthony, Michel Legrand and Charles Trénet. He is a teacher at ENM de Villeurbanne, and he created the first European workshop of Andean instruments in 1979. He also wrote about sixty compositions for plays, ballets, movies, TV series and radio.