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El Siquisisri

Son Jarocho: Los Pregoneros del Puerto

The son Jarocho is from Southern Veracruz. The instruments used in the son El Siquisiri are regional instruments. From the song, it sounds as if the jarana jarocha is being used for the rhythm. This is a small flat-back, eight string guitar-like instrument.  There is also the sound of the requinto jarocho which is being used here for melody. This instrument resembles the jarana jarocha, but it has four strings compared to eight that the jarana has. Another instrument in use here is the harp. It is being used here as both the lead and bass instrument.

El Siquisiri begins with the instruments playing a long solo. The requinto jarocho plays at a fast speed and sounds like a light guitar. The jarana jarocha also plays at a fast speed, making a deeper guitar sound. It even seems like the instrumentalist is plucking it hard. The harp plays and sounds like a piano. The harp and guitar have solos after each other. The guitars then return with a faster plucking sound, followed by the sound of drums. The drumming is played at a faster rate.

 

The lead singer is male, who first sings a solo and the others join after him. He has a high voice. The song is like a call and response song. The male singer sings part of the song and the others join in, mostly sing the part “Ay! Que si que no que no”. The song has a happy mood singing about the place of Veracruz. The song’s lyrics praise this place, and talk about the happy times the singers enjoy here.

 

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