Singapore Rhapsody by : Jacob de Haan
Singapore Rhapsody is an exciting work in two movements based on popular Malaysian folksongs. The songs that occur in the first movement are Rasa Sayang eh (a love song); Gelang Sipaku Gelang (a song about community spirit); Suriram (a song about a girl proclaiming her virtues) and Di-Tanjung Katong (a love song that takes place at the Cape Katong on the southeast coast of Singapore). The second movement features Lenggang Kangkung; which literally means “The swaying of the watercress”; Katang Lompat (a moralistic song about the symbolism of a frog) and finally Kenek kenek-lah Udang (a wedding song). Each movement of this enchanting work can be performed separately; but a complete performance will be the crowning moment of any concert.
|Publisher||De Haske Publications|
| Format ||(de Haan)|
| Length x Width x Height||11.7 x 8.2 x 0.678 inches |
| Shipping Weight||1.67 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL44003118|
|Voicing Description||Score & Parts|
|Band Grade Description||2.5|
| 1st Publication Date||05/2006|
Below are Related Products that you may be interested in.