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Rogaciano el huapanguero


by Linda Ronstadt. Buy album CD: Canciones de mi Padre


written by Valeriano Trejo

La huasteca está de luto
Se murió su huapanguero.
Ya no se oye aquel falsete
Que es el alma del trovero.

Rogaciano se llamaba
Rogaciano el huapanguero
Y eran sones de la sierra
Las canciones del trovero.

La Azucena y la Cecilia
Lloran, lloran sin consuelo
Malaguea Salerosa
Ya se fue su pregonero.

El caal está en su punto
Hoy comienza la molienda
El trapiche está de duelo
Y suspira en cada vuelta.

Por los verdes cafetales
Más allá de aquel potrero
Hay quien dice que de noche
Se aparece el huapanguero.

La Azucena y la Cecilia
Lloran, lloran sin consuelo
Malaguea Salerosa
Ya se fue su huapanguero.

This moody, beautifully haunting huapango
was written by Valeriano Trejo, who, according
to Rubén Fuentes, is a school teacher.
Fuentes recorded it in the 1950's with Miguel
Aceves Mejía, another hero of mine. It is one
of the songs my brothers and I used to try to
harmonize when we were growing up, so I asked
them to sing it with me on the record. After
knowing it for so long, we've finally learned
all the words!
It is a tale of the huasteca, a region north
of Vera Cruz, Mexico, where the sones huastecos
(usually called huapangos) are sung. (See notes
on La Calandria for definition of sones.) A
huapanguero is a singer of huapangos. The style
is characterized by falsetto breaks in the
singing. L.R.


Rogaciano

La huasteca* is in mourning
Its huapanguero has died
You can no longer hear that falsetto
Which is the soul of the troubadour.

Rogaciano he was called
Rogaciano the huapanguero*
And they were sones of the sierra
mountains
The songs of the troubadours.

Azucena and Cecilia
Are crying, crying inconsolably
Malaguea Salerosa*
Their bard has gone.

The cane is ready
Today begins the milling
The sugar mill is in mourning
And sighs with each turn.

In the green coffee plantations
Far beyond that pasture
There are those who say that in the
nighttime
The huapanguero appears.

Azucena and Cecilia
Are crying, crying inconsolably
Malaguea Salerosa*
Their bard has left.

*huasteca: a region
huapanguero: a singer of huapangos


1955 Promotora Hispana Americana
de Música S.A.
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  2. For A Love
  3. Los laureles
  4. The Laurels
  5. Hay unos ojos
  6. Tú sólo tú
  7. There Are Some Eyes
  8. La cigarra
  9. The Cicada
  10. Tu Solo Tu
  11. You Only You
  12. Y andale
  13. Get On With It
  14. El sol que tú eres
  15. Rogaciano el huapanguero
  16. Rogaciano
  17. La charreada
  18. The Charreada
  19. Dos arbolitos
  20. Two Little Trees
  21. Corrido de cananea
  22. Ballad Of Cananea
  23. La barca de guaymas
  24. The Boat From Guaymas
  25. La calandria
  26. The Lark
  27. El Sol Que Tu Eres
  28. The Sun That You Are

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