Lydian Performs with the Estudiantina Group in Guanajuato: Part II
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Lydian Performs with the Estudiantina Group in Guanajuato: Part II

At the beginning of the callejoneadas, the estudiantina perform in front of a church near the Jardín Union in Guanajuato capital. Lydian is still learning the set list for performances with the group. The songs and the theatrical performance varies and she doesn’t ever know in advance which songs will be played. On top of that, she doesn’t get the “key” of the songs the way that she’s used to doing “keys”. Rather, in Mexico, they use the “do, re, me, fa, so, la” system, which doesn’t make reference to sharps or flats so that adds yet another layer of difficulty to the whole situation (in addition to the challenge of learning all the lyrics in Spanish).

En el principiante de las callejoneadas, los estudiantinas interpretan en frente de una iglesia cerca de la Jardín Union en Guanajuato capital.

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