Knowing Venezuelan traditional-popular music. Today's song: "Venezuelan Flag"

in dsound •  14 days ago


It is a pleasure for me to present today's song in this musical field: Venezuelan Flag. In this case, it is a song that has two parts, a first that is a Sangueo and a second that is a Beaten and Corrido. In this opportunity, the song is interpreted by Ilan Chester jointly with the Venezuelan group Los Vasallos del Sol.

This song, originally, was part of a Musical Work recorded by the Venezuelan group LUANGO in an album titled Luango es Nuestra Música. The informant of the first part, that is, the Sangueo was Ángela Castillo, singer of the Veroes Municipality in Yracauy, while the town of Veroes was, to a large extent, the informant of the second and third part, the Beaten and the Run. The musical compilation of all these traditional Venezuelan songs was made by the Luango Group at the beginning of its artistic development as a traditional Venezuelan group. This type of musical manifestations are part of folklore, culture and oral tradition where there is no authorship as such and, at the same time, identity elements of the homeland, the telluric, the land are evident. It is in this type of traditional manifestation that the cultural referents of the Venezuelan people value themselves, especially in these times of crisis like the present ones.

Estelio Padilla

Song title: Venezuelan Flag
Gender: Beaten and Corrido
Compilation of the lyrics: Grupo Luango
Music: Venezuelan Folklore
Voice: Ilan Chester and the Vasallos del Sol Group
Piano and Bass Sampling: William Sigismondi
Clarinet: Jesús Antón
Cuatro: Hermes Díaz
Guitar: Jesús Duarte
Percussion: Aexander Livinalli

Venezuelan Flag

Ay Venezuela, ay Venezuela,
Ay Venezuela, Venezuelan flag
Chorus:
Venezuela, Venezuela, Venezuela, Venezuelan Flag
Ay Venezuela, ay Venezuela
Ay Venezuela, where is San Juan Bautista?
Chorus…
Ay Venezuela, ay Venezuela
Ay Venezuela, Venezuelan flag
Chorus…
Ay Venezuela, Venezuelan Flag
Ay Venezuela, ay Venezuela
Chorus…
Ay Venezuela, ay Venezuela, live God
Long live the country, long live the Federation
Chorus…
Ay Venezuela, long live the Federation
Long live the woman who had
The first male child
Chorus…
Ay Venezuela, ay Venezuela
Ay Venezuela, repeat those drums
Chorus…
Ay Venezuela, repeat those drums
Ay Venezuela, I'm going to my town
Chorus…
Ay Venezuela, I would like to be a star
Ay Venezuela, in the middle of the Pavilion
Chorus…
Ay Venezuela, live Two, live your country
Ay Venezuela, live the homeland of Simon
Chorus
Serení, serení
Serení, serenó
And the serene of the night
That was the one that got wet
Chorus
Serení, serení
Serení, serenó
And the serene of the night
That was the one that got wet
Chorus
And that was the one that got wet
And that was the one that got wet
And the serene of the night
That was the one that made me sick
Chorus
And that was the one that made me sick
And that was the one that made me sick
And the serene of the night
That was the one that got wet
Chorus
I tell all the people
If you want learn the sangueo
Go to Chino to Farriar
And also to Palmarejo
Chorus
And that was the one that got wet
And that was the one that got wet
And the serene of the night
That was the one that made me sick
Chorus
Ay leleleeelé
Ay leleleeelé
And the serene of the night
That was the one that made me sick
Chorus
Ay serení, serení
Chorus
Ay serení, serení, serení
Chorus
Oh, that was the one that got wet
Chorus
Oh, that was the one that made me sick
Chorus
Ay serení, serení, serení
Chorus
Ay serení, serení
Chorus


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