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Siyahamba

Siyahamba
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Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Full Orchestra
Publisher Belwin Mills Publishing Corp
Arranger Wagner, Douglas E
Grade Gr-2
Series Ms B

Price: $53.00

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Catalog #26643

UPC code: 038081289908

Siyahamba (pronounced: See-yah-hahm-bah), is adapted from a traditional song o f the Zulu people, originating in the KwaZulu province of South Africa (now a part of Natal province). With strong ties to the apartheid movement, this tune , with its bold major sixth and seventh leaps, has a resolutely hopeful qualit y about it. The setting is straightforward, and uses persistent ostinatos in t he bass line and percussion parts to provide an energetic background while pro pelling the theme forward. Several

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