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Yon Monn Nouvo {2014}

Yon Monn Nouvo recording:
Treble Voices-Lake Nona Middle School
& Lake Nona Singers-Lake Nona High School
Justin Chase, Courtney Connelly, & Michelle Bendett, conductors.
World Premiere – October 31, 2014
Florida ACDA Conference


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( Traducción al Español abajo )

About the work:
Yon Monn Nouvo (A World Anew) is inspired by the universal desire that we can all live peacefully and happily together. With its powerful message of collaboration, this inspirational piece will warm the hearts of audiences everywhere and bring your choirs closer together. Ayimagabo!

 

English Translation of Haitian Creole and French text:

Open your ears and listen,
Hear and listen, my friends.
Open your hearts and hear,
Hear and listen, my brothers:

Both you and I are full of dreams;
You help me and I help you.
That is how we will come to build a world anew.

“With many hands, the load is light.”
“One finger alone cannot eat okra.”
Knowledge and wealth are goods of humanity
That we must share in all friendliness.

These are statements that bring happiness;
Words of wisdom that make life harvest.

We are, each one of us, seeds of eternity
That sprout and bloom in our humanity.
Let us all work together for a world anew,
A world more humane, a universe of love.

Open your ears and listen,
Open your hearts and hear:
Hand in hand, without fighting,
Let us build this world anew.

A world anew… (Ayimagabo!) Let’s do it!

Hand in hand, without fighting,
We will build this world anew! 
(Ayimagabo!) Let’s do this!

(Practice Track and audio Pronunciation Guide of the text are also below.)



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Text / English Translation / Traducción al Español

Practice Tracks

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Soprano (chorus 1 – slow tempo)

Soprano (chorus 1 – medium tempo)

Soprano (chorus 2 – slow tempo)

Soprano (chorus 2 – medium tempo)

Alto (chorus 1 – slow tempo)

Alto (chorus 1 – medium tempo)

Alto (chorus 2 – slow tempo)

Alto (chorus 2 – medium tempo)

Tenor (slow tempo)

Tenor (medium tempo)

Bass (slow tempo)

Bass (medium tempo)

Midi Playback (medium tempo)

Midi Playback (normal tempo)

Pronunciation Guide

Pronunciation Guide