Mexican Hat Dance

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SKU: 08L072413108
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Mexican Hat Dance for Flute Quartet arranged by Percy Hall
For 4 C Flutes
Includes score and parts

The Mexican Hat Dance is the national dance of Mexico. It is known in its native country as Jarabe Tapatio. Jarabe means syrup or a medicinal but sweet alcoholic drink. Tapatio means something from Guadalajara. The music was composed by Jesus Gonzalez Rubio, a professor of music in Guadalajara, sometime in the 19th century. The dance was first choreographed by Felipa Lopez in the early 20th century for a government-sponsored fiesta celebrating the end of the Mexican revoluation.

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