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By Daniel Santos - Digital Sheet Music
Product InformationLamento Borincano by Daniel Santos - Digital Sheet Music
Lamento Borincano (Lamento Borincano (Puerto Rican Lament): Early Puerto Rican Music 1916-1939) features 50 songs, performed by 20 groups, on two CDs of Puerto Rican music recorded prior to World War II. In fact, most of the songs were recorded in New York, and all but one were done from 1927 onward, which doesn't affect the quality of the music. Sung entirely in Spanish, it's a valuable document of a sound that is as interesting as the music being made and recorded by Mexican and Cuban outfits of the same era, though it's not as well known as sounds produced in those regions. The Puerto Rican music contained in this anthology has some general similarities to music of Mexico, Cuba, and some other Caribbean and Central American regions: acoustic guitars are the prominent instruments, lilting Latin rhythms are frequent, and sad, piquant melodies and harmony vocals are strong elements
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