Florida Folksong - [La Bayamese (Himno Nacional Cubano)]

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Florida Folksong - [La Bayamese (Himno Nacional Cubano)]

Alternate Title: Bayamese (Hymno Nacional Cubano)

Cuban Americans vocals Ethnography Music Cuban songs National anthems San Carlos Institute Key West, Florida Monroe County

The National Anthem of Cuba was written by Pedro Felipe (Perucho) Figueredo, a patriot, in the year 1868 during the Revolution. He composed it in Bayamo, the first town captured in the War against Spain. It was sung by a quartet of girls from the San Carlos Institute (a grammar school in Key West owned and operated by the Cuban government, with classes taught in both English and Spanish).

Language: Spanish
Duration: 39 Seconds
Performer: : Soto, Dalia Performer: Soto, Violeta Performer: Leon, Auroia Performer: Baso, Evelia

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