Los Pollitos Dicen Piano Notes

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If you’re on this page, you’ve probably heard Los Pollitos Dicen before. The interesting thing about Los Pollitos is that I wasn’t able to find a definitive history. Regardless of it’s origins, for many of us from Latin America, this is a staple children’s song that is as popoular as any nursery rhyme. It’s a lovely little melody and one that you can learn quickly on the piano or xylophone. Don’t forget to sing along.

Who Wrote Los Pollitos?

While the origins are up for debate, according to Wikipedia, Los Pollitos Dicen (“Little Chickens”) is a classic Spanish Nursery Rhyme De juego, and also falls under the Nana or Cancion de cuna category. Many spanish speaking countries lay claim to this song such as ecuador and spain, but it’s originsare unclear. Its popularity is similar to that of “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” in English.

Did you grow up singing this song?

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