Optional Drum part of "Amapola" for Cello Quartet

ebook Tango/Rhumba · Amapola--Cello Quartet

By Joseph Lacalle

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Optional Drum part of "Amapola" for Cello Quartet (four Cellos) and optional drum, intermediate level. Duration 3.00 min (+-). Score & Parts available in series. Scan Qr-code (in cover) for audio demo or visit www.glissato.it product code: EG1052.
  • "Amapola" is a 1920 song by Spanish American composer José María Lacalle García (later Joseph Lacalle), who also wrote the original lyrics in Spanish.[3] Alternative Spanish lyrics were written by Argentine lyricist Luis Roldán in 1924.[4] French lyrics were written by Louis Sauvat and Robert Champfleury. After the death of Lacalle in 1937, English language lyrics were written by Albert Gamse.[5] In the 1930s, the song became a standard of the rhumba repertoire, later crossing over into pop music charts. An orchestral version of "Amapola" directed by Ennio Morricone served as a leitmotif in the 1984 gangster film Once Upon a Time in America.

  • Optional Drum part of "Amapola" for Cello Quartet