Drawing on 14 biblical texts and Marian traditions that have touched her heart, Hermana Glenda creates a musical homage to our Holy Mother. This wonderful collection of songs provides a contemplative accompaniment for praying with Mary and encourages us to follow her simple, yet profound example: "Let it be done unto me."
Captures all the color and mystique of mariachi Expertly performed by the ensemble Mariachi Tepeyac, with Donna on vocals and flute, Sigan la Bandera captures all the color and mystique of this spirited music. Besides seven beloved, traditional songs, the collection includes two new compositions by Donna.
"There is truly nothing like it" "There is no greater pride in Mexico than the look of the charro," she explains, "and the sound of the violins, trumpets, guitars, guitarron and vihuela that make up the mariachi. With the opening statements of these instruments, one hears the gritos and roars of approval by those who come to listen. There is truly nothing like it."
Great listening any time of year Of course, the music of Sigan la Bandera will be especially meaningful on December 12, the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe; it can create a "Mañanitas" experience for that celebration. But these mariachi serenades in honor of Mary make delightful listening any time of the year.
Topas de Maria
Mi Virgen Ranchera
Buenos Dias, Paloma Blanca
O Virgen de Guadalupe
Quien es esa Estrella
Las Apariciones Guadalupanos
Santa Maria Del Camino
Viva la Virgen de Guadalupe
El Adios de un Soldado/Adios O Virgen de Gudalupe
Ruega poe Nosotros
Sigan la Bandera (Follow the Banner) is a musical celebration of Mary, who appeared to St. Juan Diego as the Virgin of Guadalupe in 1531. This CD comprises
twelve new and traditional songs -- mariachi style -- that celebrate the Virgin of Guadalupe.
Track Listings :
1. Tropas de Maria
2. Mi Virgen Ranchera
3. Buenos Dias, Paloma Blanca
4. O Virgen de Guadalupe
5. Quien Es ESA Estrella
6. Las Apariciones Guadalupanas
7. Mananitas Tapatias
8. Santa Maria del Camino
9. Viva La Virgen de Guadalupe
10. Virgen Mambisa
11. Ruega Por Nostros
12. El Adios de Un Soldado/Adios, O Virgen de Guidalupe
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