Alfonso XII / Alfonso Doce (2-Part, Accompanied) Sheet Music | Latin American Folk Song | 2-Part Choir

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Alfonso XII / Alfonso Doce (2-Part, Accompanied) Digital Sheet Music
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Alfonso XII / Alfonso Doce (2-Part, Accompanied)by Latin American Folk Song 2-Part Choir - Digital Sheet Music

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This arrangement of Alfonso XII has been adapted for 2-part chorus and set to a piano accompaniment. This song tells a story about Alfonso XII, King of Spain from December 1874 until his death in November 1885. It is a song tale known in many Latin American countries. As is typical of folk songs, there are many popular variations and additional verses. English translation: Where are you going, Alfonso XII? Where are you going so sadly? I am looking for Mercedes because I lost her yesterday. Mercedes is already dead, and it's true because I saw her. Four dukes carried her through the streets of Madrid. The lanterns of the castle no longer want to light, Because Mercedes has died, and they are in mourning. Poor little Mercedes, she died like a flower. Similar arrangements for S(S)ATB, SAB, TB, and unison choirs are also available. You may also find this song under the alternate title "¿Dónde vas, Alfonso Doce?"

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