Latin American music should be part of the choral canon like other choral music, and should not be pigeonholed. To me, all music is multicultural.
- Diana V. Sáez
Traditional Venezuelan children’s song is arranged in the joropo style where the singers imitate the sounds of the Venezuelan harp and the cuatro.
Afro-Puerto Rican rhythm that was also a popular musical form among sugar-cane workers. The rhythm has its roots in West Africa, and in Diana Sáez’s engaging original work, the singers establish the rhythm in a clever introduction.