Original score and lyrics were donated to the Museo
Nacional de la Música (National Museum of
Music). This poetic composition is made up by six strophes
or cuartetas (octosyllabic quarains) of twenty-four
verses, which goes beyond the classical pattern of the
redondilla. The author makes use of polymetrics,
leaving out close metric structures and traditional
In its six strophes the author relates free or open
verses (1’ and 4’ ) with 2’ and 3’,
having consonante rhyming. Phonetically coincide : orgullosa/gloriosa;
sumido/sonido; tirano/cubano; ido/sonido;
The fifth strophe links described consonancy with
internal rhyme, given the phonetical coincidence of
sounds inside the strophe. These are: huestes/triunfantes/valientes.
Verses in the second and third strophes keep along
intensity of emotions.