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CGA657 Alepun, A Spanish Christmas Carol

Alepun, A Spanish Christmas Carol

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Music Sample: CGA657 Alepun A Spanish Christmas Carol

Alepun (pronounced ah-leh-POON) is a Spanish word of unknown origin and meaning whose repetition may suggest the trotting hoofs or jingling bells of the donkey as it made its way to Bethlehem.


Voicing: Two voices with organ


Composer: Spanish carol


Arranger: Joel Martinson


Text: Eleanor Walker, Traditional Spanish carol

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