Carretera de Avilés (Traditional Asturian) [SATTBB] (arr. Miguel Esteban) Sheet Music | Traditional | Choir
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Carretera de Avilés (Traditional Asturian) [SATTBB] (arr. Miguel Esteban) Digital Sheet Music
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Carretera de Avilés (Traditional Asturian) [SATTBB] (arr. Miguel Esteban)
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This is an "a cappella" arrangement of a well-known song from Asturias (North Spain). The song has a melancholic tone and talks about the hardship of sailors at sea, a subject matter common in the traditional music of this coastal part of Spain.

This arrangement was premiered by The Queen's Six in Asturias in 2010. Please visit thequeenssix.co.uk/ for more information about the group.

Miguel Esteban Miguel is a pianist and arranger based in London. He has produced arrangements for different instrumental and vocal setups (piano, string orchestra, a cappella, choral with accompaniment, etc.) and in different styles and difficulty levels. Miguel has worked with professional ensembles such as "The Queens Six" and Grammy-Award winners "The Kings Singers" (kingssingers.com), who have recorded several titles and have performed Miguels arrangements worldwide. Please visit www.miguelesteban.co.uk for more information.  

This product was created by a member of ArrangeMe, Hal Leonard's global self-publishing community of independent composers, arrangers, and songwriters. ArrangeMe allows for the publication of unique arrangements of both popular titles and original compositions from a wide variety of voices and backgrounds.