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English: A la Nanita Nana, is an eighteenth-century Spanish Christmas carol here performed by the chorus of U.S. Army Band "Pershing's Own", led by Colonel Thomas Rotondi, Jr. (Leader & Commander) and CSM Debra L. McGarity (Command Sergeant Major) c. 2010.

It is done bilingually, first in Spanish, then in English. The English translation appears to have been done in house by the Army, as I can find no evidence of any other usage.

CSM Debra L. McGarity

Modifications

Levels adjustment - a basic linear tweak, with the lower notes being slightly quieter and the higher notes slightly louder. Also removed a slight tapping noise in the beginning, before the singing starts.
Date circa 2010
date QS:P,+2010-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
Source http://www.usarmyband.com/Audio/christmas_with_the_chorus.html
Author
  • Tune is traditional (18th-century)
  • U.S. Army Band "Pershing's Own" (performer, also apparently the translator).
  • Modifications by Adam Cuerden at en.wikipedia
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current 18:22, 22 December 2011
1 min 40 s (1.45 MB)OgreBot(BOT): Reverting to most recent version before archival
18:21, 22 December 2011
1 min 40 s (1.47 MB)OgreBot(BOT): Uploading old version of file from en.wikipedia; originally uploaded on 2011-04-06 16:55:59 by Adam Cuerden
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