Alma Llanera


#music In schools in Venezuela, in music class we are taught from a very young age the song Alma Llanera.
It is known as the second national anthem or as the national song of Venezuela.
It began to be recognized as such on September 19, 1914, in a performance of the Banda Marcial de Caracas, directed at that time by the master Pedro Elías Gutiérrez (1870 — 1954), sung for the first time at the Caracas Theatre.
The music was composed by Pedro Elias Gutierrez himself and the lyrics by the writer Rafael Bolívar Coronado (1884 — 1924) never imagined how famous this urban joropo would become with which every party is usually closed in Venezuela.
Here is a fragment of our song.

I, I was born in this bank of Arauca vibrator
I'm a brother of foam,
herons, roses,
I am a brother of foam, herons, roses,
and from the sun, and from the sun.
Me, lulled the living target of the breeze in the palmar,
and that's why I have the soul,
as the primorous soul,
and that's why I have the soul,
as the primorous soul,
from the crystal, from the crystal.
Master, I cry, sing, dream
with carnations of passion,
with carnations of passion,
Master, I cry, sing, dream
to ornate the blondes manes
from my amador's colt.
I was born on this riverside
del Arauca vibrator
I'm a brother of the foam,
herons, roses,
and from the sun...

Venezuelan pride...