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Creative Learning Project Too Hot to Handel Sheet Music Hallelujah Chorus
Many of Africa’s most famous musicians come from Mali. The diversity of the music of Mali is truly astounding, from well-known “Malian blues” and Mande jeliya (griot) music to the music of the Tuareg, Dogon, and hunters’ societies that also represent distinctive and vital, if less familiar, regional musical traditions in Mali.
Interview with Mexican harpist Celso Duarte.
Celso Duarte plays the song "Cascabel" on his harp during an interview in Mexico City.
Celso Duarte talks about the re-emergence of Son Jarocho music in Mexico City, and its role in city life.
Celso Duarte discusses the use of traditional harp music and how he
honors this tradition by incorporating it into urban music.
Celso Duarte describes the history and physical aspects of the jarana and its influence on baroque guitar.
Celso Duarte explains and demonstrates the history and progression of the "Son."
Celso Duarte states that he is very proud to be playing Mexican folkloric music amidst the growth of popular, commercial styles of music.
Celso Duarte explains the traditional use of the harp and how he adapts elements of Son Jarocho music to his playing.