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Mexican Folk Dances

Sheet Music
Publisher Columbia Pictures Publications
Series Multicultural
Catalog # BMR05117

Price: $19.95

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Mexican Folk Dances For . Published by Columbia Pictures Publications. (Catalog # BMR05117, UPC: 029156100983)

Teach these Mexican songs in the classroom and your students will enjoy dancing. Titles are: La Bamba * La Burrita (The Little Donkey) * Chiapanecas (Clap Hands Dance) * Chihuahua * La Cucaracha * La Jesusita * La Raspa.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CHIAPANECAS (CLAP HANDS DANCE)  
CHIHUAHUA  
LA BAMBA  
LA BURRITA (THE LITTLE DONKEY)  
LA CUCARACHA  
LA JUSUSISTA  
LA RASPA  
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