Ensemble Magnifico - Malaguena download flac
This is my second round of uploading videos from the famous macedonian band, which sings Latin American songs-Magnifico.
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Members: Krsto Taušanov, Nevenka Arsova, Pantelej Kočovski, Petar Galev. Variations: Viewing All Ensemble Magnifico. Ansambel Magnifico, Kvartet "Magnifico", Kvartet Magnifico, Magnifico, Manjifiko.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label RTV Ljubljana (catalog number KD 0117). This album was released in 1973 year. Format of the release is. Cassette, Album. The album included the following session artists: Arranged By. Krsto Taušanov.
MALAGUENA ENSEMBLE MAGNIFICO/AMIGA folk LP second hand . 0 EUR. Back to list.
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Malagueña" (Spanish pronunciation:, from Málaga) is a song by Cuban composer Ernesto Lecuona. It was originally the sixth movement of Lecuona's Suite Andalucía (1933), to which he added lyrics in Spanish. In general terms Malagueñas are a flamenco dance style from Málaga in the southeast Spain (see Malagueñas (flamenco style)).
Ernesto Lecuona, Thomas Senff - Tuba Euphonium Press. Qty. Tuba/Euphonium Ensemble EEEETTTT Publisher ID: 10546.
The oldest malagueña of this type that has been preserved to our days is probably the Jabera. This was first mentioned by writer Serafin Estébanez Calderón, probably in the 1840s. According to this contemporary witness, this type of malagueña would have been created by an artist known as La Jabera. This early malagueña type still preserved a rhythmic pattern as those of later artists like Juan Breva. Most of the malagueña types were created in the last decades of the 19th century. The third step in the evolution was the total loss of a rhythmic pattern.
|A3||El Gato Montéz|
|A4||Ya Me Voy|
|B2||Hace Un Ano|
|B3||En De Que Te Vi|
|B7||Tus Ojos Tu Boquita|
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