Guayacanal by : Francisco J. Nunez : Bienvenido Brens : Luis Kalaff
Mangulina is a dance derived from Zapateado Español (a Spanish heel-tapping dance). Guayacanal; originally written in the 1950's by Dominican songwriters Luis Kalaff and Bienvenido Brens; embodies what is known as the Mangulina today; and is so famous that when asked; people often think it's a folk song. This piece is best accompanied with tamborra (a double-headed drum from the Dominican Republic) and güira (a metal scraper from the Dominican Republic; scraped with a metal fork).
|Publisher||Boosey & Hawkes|
| Format ||SSAA a cappella with Tamboura and Guira|
| Length x Width x Height||10.5 x 6.75 x 0.029 inches |
| Shipping Weight||0.10 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL48004971|
|UPC Code||73999049718 |
| 1st Publication Date||02/2001|
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