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Niño santo y humilde

Translator (English): Edith M. G. Reed

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Translator (Spanish): Pablo Filós

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Text Information

First Line: Niño santo y humilde
Translator (English): Edith M. G. Reed
Translator (Spanish): Pablo Filós
Source: Villancico tradicional de Polonia
Language: Spanish
Copyright: Trad. al español © 1958 Casa Bautista de Publicaciones; arm. © 1965 Abingdon Press

Tune

W ZLOBIE LEZY

The Polish tune is a rounded bar form (AABA). Its lines consist of short figures and phrases bound together by the consistent rhythmic pattern of the Polish mazurka (made famous by Frederic Chopin). Note especially the third line with its fine sequences and harmonic suspensions. Sing in parts with a…

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Instances

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