Add the Afro-Cuban and Latin beats of Besame Mucho and Song for My Father to your repertoire. When Consuelo Velázquez wrote Bésame Mucho (in English: "kiss me a lot right now") before her 16th birthday, she had never been kissed. This popular song was written in 1940 and has been recorded by the Beatles, Nat "King" Cole, Sammy Davis Jr., Placido Domingo, Frank Sinatra, and many others. Jazz pianist Horace Silver wrote the jazz standard Song for My Father in 1964 in tribute to his father, a native of the Cape Verde Islands.
Arranged for string quintet (2 violins, viola, cello, and bass) by Renata Bratt. Contains a score and parts. Published by String Letter Publishing.
Score and Parts
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