Chove en Santiago – Luar na Lubre con Ismael Serrano (Spanish Celtic Music)

Musical rendition of  “Madrigal for the City of Santiago”, a poem dedicated to the UNESCO World Heritage City of  Santiago de Compostela (St James, patron saint of Spain), one of “Seis poemas galegos” by Federico Garcia Lorca

Music: Alberto Gambino

Performed by: Luar na Lubre con Ismael Serrano

VIDEO 📽️ with lyrics in 4 languages

✏️ Original Poem in Galician:
Chove en Santiago
Meu doce amor
Camelia branca do ar
Brila entebrecida ao sol.

Chove en Santiago
Na noite escura.
Herbas de prata e sono
Cobren a valeira lúa.

Olla a choiva pola rúa
Laio de pedra e cristal.
Olla no vento esvaido
Soma e cinza do teu mar.

Soma e cinza do teu mar
Santiago, lonxe do sol;
Agoa da mañan anterga
Trema no meu corazón.

Madrigal Á Cibdá De Santiago” Federico Garcia Lorca (1898-1936)
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5 thoughts on “Chove en Santiago – Luar na Lubre con Ismael Serrano (Spanish Celtic Music)”

  1. When I was a student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, in Nebraska USA, I met a Fulbright exchange teacher from Chile, Mario Musa-Lorca. It turned out his mother was a cousin of Federico Garcia Lorca, and it was through this Chilean teacher that I learned about this amazing Spanish poet and his tragic end during the Spanish Civil War. My favorite poems by him are his Gypsy Ballads. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gypsy_Ballads

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