Día de los Muertos

INSPIRATION

Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is a Mexican celebration to pay homage to those who have passed. Families create private altars called ofrendas—sugar skulls, marigolds, and favorite foods/drinks of the dead—and visit graves with gifts. There are also parades and festivals that often make this day a public holiday. Using staple band repertoire, this Mexican tradition is honored and brought to life.

REPERTOIRE

  • *(Optional Preshow: Quédate Aquí, as performed by Selma Hayek)
  • *La Fiesta Mexicana – H. Owen Reed
  • *Danzón No. 2 – Arturo Márquez
  • Original Music

For a recording or other show information, please contact me.

Contact Me

*I provide a “work-for-hire” service when creating a show. Thus, I do not own the copyright of the indicated works. (The other works fall under public domain and/or original music selections.) “Permission to Arrange” copyright licensing MUST be obtained before I will craft your ensemble’s arrangement.

COMMISSIONED BY:

Hopkinsville HS (Hopkinsville, KY)

PRICE:

$1250

YEAR:

2015