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Romantic Music for Your Southern California Wedding 
Musical Enchantment for the Temecula Wine Country, 
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Spanish Music Repertory

Wish to honor your Latin heritage for your wedding or special event? A recent inventory of our library showed we have the following repertory available for your dinner or cocktail hour. 

For some of these selections, we have duo arrangements. Others are currently playable on solo violin only. Mixing such solo pieces with duo reception pieces is one way to add more Latin pieces to your reception. If the demand for Latin reception music goes up, we will eventually work on accompaniments for the solo pieces, but this will be a gradual process. Meanwhile, the solos can be very expressively rendered on solo violin!

For Duo Recorder and Violin

  1. Amor (Gabriel Ruiz)

  2. Besame Mucho (Velazquez)

  3. Jarabe la Botella (Mexican Mariachi)

  4. Blue Tango (Leroy Anderson)

  5. El Rancho Grande (Mexico)

  6. El Coqui (Puerto Rico)

  7. La Golondrina (N. Serradell)

  8. Cielito Lindo (C. Fernandez)

  9. El Cumbanchero

  10. Mexican Hat Dance

  11. Guadalajara

  12. Venga a Mi Chacra (Argentina)

For Solo Violin

  1. Jesuscita in Chihuahua (an upbeat polka great for reception)

  2. Amor

  3. Besame Mucho

  4. Blue Tango

  5. Brazil

  6. Cu-Cu-Rru-Cu-Cu Paloma

  7. Desafinado

  8. Dos Gardenias

  9. El Cumbanchero

  10. Frenesi

  11. Granada

  12. Guantanamera

  13. La Bamba

  14. La Paloma

  15. Llorando Se Fue

  16. Maria Elena

  17. Mas Que Nada

  18. Mexican Hat Dance

  19. Oye Como Va

  20. Para Los Rumberos

  21. Quizas, Quizas, Quizas

  22. Siboney

Other Latin American Music

We have in our library an interesting and scholarly collection of Latin American songs which are mostly from the Andean traditions. Many of these tunes were intended to be played on the bamboo sikus (traditional Andean panpipe) or quena (traditional Andean flute), perhaps with vocal, guitar, or violin accompaniment. The books contains both solos and duos. A number of these tunes can be adapated for solo recorder, two recorders, or violin and recorder. 

We won't put  titles here, since most will be unfamiliar, but if you have an interest in having us include some of this evocative music for your event, we will be glad to explore it further!

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