A Mexican Lullaby (Duermete Nino lindo)

A Mexican Lullaby (Duermete Nino lindo) : Vocal score

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Suitable for SA, soprano solo, and piano. This work contains a gentle lullaby with an accompaniment of South American flavour.show more

Product details

  • Sheet music | 12 pages
  • 179 x 255 x 1mm | 27g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • 0193426439
  • 9780193426436

Review quote

'a pleasant tune which has been well arranged. * Ensemble April 2000 (MMA) * To say that I am a fan of the arrangements of Michael Neaum is an understatement. A Mexican Lullaby sets a beautiful Mexican folk melody, gently moving in triple time. Though the opening is simple in framework it has real charm, enhanced so effectively by a rocking accompaniment figure . . .In Neaum's inimitable style what begins so simply grows in character and beauty . . . All in all this is a stunning arrangement, not too difficult to sing, but undoubtedly effective. This is one not to be missed. * Music Teacher March 2001 * The English version is by Michael Neaum. I would suggest that, for an English-speaking audience, this would be the version to use, despite the editorial advice at the beginning. It worked very well for me, that way, and carried its message admirably. Recommended. * Henry Howell, Australian Music Teacher Aug 02 *show more

About Michael Neaum

Michael Neaum was the accompanist for the world-famous Cantamus Girls Choir. He has also worked with nationally and internationally renowned singers, taken masterclasses in accompaniment and he has broadcast frequently on radio and television. His arrangements are eminently singable. Through his work with Cantamus he understands what lies comfortably in the various voices and he gives each part in a choir its share of the melodic material and interest. His searching for colour and flavour within a conventional harmonic idiom - with the addition of some unexpected nuances - makes his arrangements greatly appealing to audiences.show more