Notes

*Note from Monique Palomares, " 'Aserrín' is sawdust, and 'aserrín, aserrán' is an onomatopoeic form to imitate the sound of the saw.

Game Instructions

The way to play "Aserrín, aserrán": the child is "riding" on the adult's knees, the adult holds the child's hands and makes a push and pull saw movement.

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Sheet Music

Sheet Music - Aserrín, aserrán

Thanks and Acknowledgements

Many thanks to Oscar Téliz for contributing this song and to Monique Palomares for translating it.

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