Guantanamera - for accordion
by Traditional
Piano - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 22567853
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C Instrument - Level 2 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.1278416

Composed by Traditional. Arranged by Zoran Radanovic. Folk,Latin,Multicultural,Patriotic,Traditional,World. Lead Sheet / Fake Book. 2 pages. Zoran Radanovic #870134. Published by Zoran Radanovic (A0.1278416).

"Guantanamera" ([ɡwantanaˈmeɾa]; Spanish: (the woman) from Guantánamo)[1] is a Cuban patriotic song, which uses a poem by the Cuban poet José Martí for the lyrics. The official writing credits have been given to Joseíto Fernández, who first popularized the song on radio as early as 1929 (although it is unclear when the first release as a record occurred). In 1966, a version by American vocal group the Sandpipers, based on an arrangement by the Weavers from their May 1963 Carnegie Hall Reunion concert, became an international hit. The song has notably been covered or interpolated by Pete Seeger, Celia Cruz, and Wyclef Jean.

This arrangement is for accordion with fingering and chords.

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