Format Audio Recordings
Contributors Martinez Y Lavadí, Samuel
Vocal
Dates 1940
Language Castilian
English
Spanish
Subjects Ethnography
Folk Drama
Instrumentation: Unaccompanied Vocal
Music
Unaccompanied Vocal
Title
Melodies from Los Reyes Magos (Melodies from the Magi Kings) [Audio]
Contributor Names
Martinez y Lavadí, Samuel; vocal (performer)
Created / Published
None, None.
Subject Headings
-  instrumentation: Unaccompanied Vocal
-  Folk Drama
Notes
-  Recording log notes: Sung by Samuel Martinez y Lavadí, age 70, of Taos, New Mexico.
-  Transcription: Primera letra:/Atención, noble auditorio,/y vuestra corporación.../repito y pido atención, /repito y pido atención./Segunda letra:/Argumentó aunque confuso/Herodes estas profecías,/pero mucha duda poner/que ya es nacido el Mesías,/que ya es nacido el Mesías./Alabemos a Jesús/con música y alegría/que son los altos misterios/de Jesús, José y María,/de Jesús, José y María./Tercera letra:/Por favor, tan grande,/por tan gran franqueza,/de ángeles y hombres,/alabado sea./(ese va así -bueno cante- /ese no se puede cantar)/Todos te conozcan/porque te engrandezcan/como Madre Virgen,/limpia, pura y bella,/limpia, pura y bella./Cuarta letra:/Reciban nuevos obsequios/a la Virgen Soberana/de la concepción dichosa,/María, llena de gracia,/María, llena de gracia./Quinta letra:/Es propio de Padre Dios/que misericordioso tenta/de los mayores peligros,/libértame la inocencia,/libértame la inocencia./Sexta letra:/Con esta suerte le anuncia/al castísimo José,/ver a María afligida/sin saber cómo y por qué,/sin saber cómo y por qué./Atención natural/al profundo sueño arrastra/al corazón más humilde/del justo que vive en gracia,/del justo que vive en gracia.
-  Transcription: English Translation
-  Transcription: First discourse:/Attention, noble audience,/to your corporación.../I repeat and ask attention,/I repeat and ask attention./Second discourse:/Herod argued, although confused,/these prophecies,/but much doubt cast /that the Messiah was born,/that the Messiah was born./Let us praise Jesus/with music and happiness,/which are the high mysteries/of Jesus, Joseph, and Mary,/of Jesus, Joseph, and Mary./Third discourse:/Through favor, so grand,/for such great frankness/of angels and men, /blessed may she be./(that goes like this -- well sung -- that cannot be sung)/Everyone knows you/because they exalt you/as Virgin Mother,/clean, pure, and beautiful,/clean, pure, and beautiful./Fourth discourse:/Receive our gifts/to the Sovereign Virgin,/of her fortunate conception,/Mary, full of grace, /Mary, full of grace. /Fifth discourse:/It is proper that God the Father/who mercifully entices /the greatest dangers, /liberate my innocence, /liberate my innocence. /Sixth discourse:/Announced by this chance/to most chaste Joseph,/to see Mary afflicted,/without knowing how and why,/without knowing how and why./Natural attention/to profound dreams draws/the most humble heart,/of the just that live in grace,/of the just that live in grace.
-  In Spanish. (language)
-  Also included in The Juan B. Rael Collection. (exhibitions)
Form
sound recording
sound disc
Extent
1 sound disc : analog ; 12 in.
Other Formats
http://lcweb2.loc.gov/diglib/ihas/loc.afc.afcrael.3940a1/mets.xml


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