Buenas Noches, Amigos
From Plank Road Publishingby Teresa Jennings
This is a song of farewell in Spanish. "Buenas Noches, Amigos" means "good night, friends," but you can substitute other lyrics if you wish. For example, use "buenas tardes" (good afternoon/evening) instead of "buenas noches." Or as a greeting song, use "buenos días" (good day/morning) and instead of "adiós," use "hola" (hello).
This gentle folk style tune is written as a duet throughout, though part 2 is optional. If you prefer, you can have two soloists do the two parts instead of the whole choir. The kit includes isolated rehearsal tracks for each of the parts. These will also help you hear the pronunciations more clearly. (from Music K-8, Vol. 18, No. 5)
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