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Title Caminos
Composer Revueltas
Arranger McLain
Duration 08:00
Grade
CD -
Series Orchestral 
Instrumentation Symphonic Band 
Number BM619
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Price score € 38,00 Add to cart 
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Although some of Revueltas's music might hint at somber, ancient Indian rites (Noche de los Mayas and Sensemaya) or paint austere landscapes (Planos and Itinerarios), Caminos (1937) is one of Revueltas's most descriptive and accessible pieces. The term 'Caminos' is usually translated as 'roads' or 'highways'. It is easy to picture someone hopping into an old 'cacharro' (jalopy) and heading out into the Mexican countryside. The music is replete with the old cars' backfires and grinding clutch as well as the sounds of animals encountered on the road as our driver honks the horn impatiently, eager to pass. The piece ends with one last frantic skid and a loud horn toot. Ah-oooo-ga!

 
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