top of page
Chansons d'Haïti Collection

Vol. 2 | 20 chansons folkloriques et classiques

Related Works
Vol. 2 | 20 chansons folkloriques et classiques
$30.00

Duration

multiple

Instrumentation

for Voice

20 Classical and Folk Songs in Haitian Creole and French

Composer/Arranger

compilation by Julio Racine and Karine Margron

music by: Marcel O. Gilles; Marcel L. Sylvain; Frantz Casséus; Julio Racine;


Policy

It is a breach of copyright law to make more copies than the amount purchased. Please order the number of copies needed for every member of the ensemble, including the conductor and the accompanist.

Sold by

Klasik Lakay

Physical (Printed), CD Audio (included)

SKU:

Preview Score

Description

 

Designed to contribute to the memory of Haitian songs,

This compilation is an initiative that is part of the safeguarding of the intangible cultural heritage of Haiti. This collection is aimed at primary schools, music schools, and all young people starting out in music.

It includes a selection of songs written in their original version and adapted for children.

The transcription in current Creole – with hyphens and apostrophes deliberately retained – facilitates the reading and understanding of the texts, particularly in terms of the scores.

The last part of this booklet is devoted solely to the lyrics of the songs.

Harmonization is within the reach of the average musician.

The musical writing is clear and easy.

The CD annexed to the collection constitutes support for the teacher or the student.


Karine Margron

Design, research, compilation, musical writing, and layout. Perform songs from the CD attached to the collection.


Julio Racine

Arrangements, musical writing, general supervision, and Audio mixing of the CD annexed to the collection.


Fabien Dodard

Design and creation of the cover of the collection and the CD.

List of Music

1.    Priyè peyizan............................................................. Marcel O. Gilles

2.    Ayiti.......................................................................... Marcel L. Sylvain

3.   Wangol o................................................................................. Folklore

4.   Timoun yo sanble sioumbe......................................... Conte chanté

5.   Larèn solèy leve...................................................................... Folklore

6.   Mèt Agwe tire nan lanmè.................................................... Folklore

7.   Lè m’a monte chwal mwen.................................................... Folklore

8.   Mèt Agwe kote ou ye............................................................. Folklore

9.    Fèy nan branch...................................................................... Folklore

10.   Ti jèn jan.......................................................................... Traditionnel

11.   Tolalito............................................................................ Traditionnel

12.   Balmannan........................................................................... Folklore

13.   Sirèn o se mwen balèn o....................................................... Folklore

14.   Kannon ki tire....................................................................... Folklore

15.   Nago ki lè li ye...................................................................... Folklore

16.   Papa Loko.............................................................................. Folklore

17.   Simalo.................................................................................... Folklore

18.   Lasirèn labalèn chapo m tonbe............................................ Folklore

19.    Asòtò ............................................................................ Frantz Casséus

20.    N’ap travèse..................................................................... Julio Racine


Description

 

Designed to contribute to the memory of Haitian songs,

This compilation is an initiative that is part of the safeguarding of the intangible cultural heritage of Haiti. This collection is aimed at primary schools, music schools, and all young people starting out in music.

It includes a selection of songs written in their original version and adapted for children.

The transcription in current Creole – with hyphens and apostrophes deliberately retained – facilitates the reading and understanding of the texts, particularly in terms of the scores.

The last part of this booklet is devoted solely to the lyrics of the songs.

Harmonization is within the reach of the average musician.

The musical writing is clear and easy.

The CD annexed to the collection constitutes support for the teacher or the student.


Karine Margron

Design, research, compilation, musical writing, and layout. Perform songs from the CD attached to the collection.


Julio Racine

Arrangements, musical writing, general supervision, and Audio mixing of the CD annexed to the collection.


Fabien Dodard

Design and creation of the cover of the collection and the CD.

List of Music

1.    Priyè peyizan............................................................. Marcel O. Gilles

2.    Ayiti.......................................................................... Marcel L. Sylvain

3.   Wangol o................................................................................. Folklore

4.   Timoun yo sanble sioumbe......................................... Conte chanté

5.   Larèn solèy leve...................................................................... Folklore

6.   Mèt Agwe tire nan lanmè.................................................... Folklore

7.   Lè m’a monte chwal mwen.................................................... Folklore

8.   Mèt Agwe kote ou ye............................................................. Folklore

9.    Fèy nan branch...................................................................... Folklore

10.   Ti jèn jan.......................................................................... Traditionnel

11.   Tolalito............................................................................ Traditionnel

12.   Balmannan........................................................................... Folklore