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Nati Mistral - Canciones De: Garcia Lorca, R. De Leon, Lecuona, Etc. download mp3 album

Nati Mistral - Canciones De: Garcia Lorca, R. De Leon, Lecuona, Etc. download mp3 album
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Canciones De: Garcia Lorca, R. De Leon, Lecuona, Etc.
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1965
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A6. Romance De La Lirio. B1. La Estudiantina Pasa. B2. La Noche De MI Amor. B3. ¿Cuál De Los Tres? B4. Los Mozos De Monléon. B5. Los Peligrinitos. B6. Las Morillas De Jáen. Rights Society: SGAE. Nati Mistral ‎(LP, Album).

Sevillanas del Siglo XVIII. Federico García Lorca.

Guillermo Lorca García-Huidobro. Pagina dedicada a la obra pictórica de Guillermo Lorca.

A1 Malagueña A2 El Zorongo A3 La Colasa (Tabaco Y Cerillas) A4 El Viento Se Lo Llevó A5 Seguidillas Majas A6 Romance De La Lirio B1 La Estudiantina Pasa B2 La Noche De MI Amor B3 ¿Cuál De Los Tres? B4 Los Mozos De Monléon B5 Los Peligrinitos B6 Las Morillas De Jáen. Label Category Country Year. 8. 31-V Nati Mistral Nati Mistral (LP, Mono, RE) Ariola 8. 31-V Spain Unknown. LPAS-6041 Nati Mistral Nati Mistral (LP, Album) Ariola LPAS-6041 Venezuela 1979.

12 canciones de García Lorca para guitarra. 12 canciones de García Lorca para guitarra (12 Songs by García Lorca for Guitar) is an album by Paco de Lucía and Ricardo Modrego. It is the second of three collaboration albums between the duo. Paco de Lucía – Flamenco guitarRicardo Modrego – Flamenco guitar. Gamboa, Manuel José and Nuñez, Faustino. Madrid:Universal Music Spain.

A6. Free Download Nati Mistral - Canciones De: Garcia Lorca, R. De Leon, Lecuona, Etc.

Members owning this album0. 2. Sevillanas Del Siglo XVII. 3. Las Morillas De Jaen. 5. Los Mozos De Monleon. 6. Los Reyes De La Baraja. 7. Los Cuatro Muleros. 11. Los Peregrinitos.

Ramón García de León y Pizarro (born Oran, now Algeria, 1745; died Charcas, Bolivia, December 1815), was a Spanish military officer and administrator. As president of the Real Audiencia of Charcas, he governed the Intendancy of Chuquisaca during the final colonial years of Upper Peru. He was also the founder of the city San Ramón de la Nueva Orán, in the north of present-day Argentina.

The lexicon of flamenco is an undeniable part of the art form. The shouts of ¡olé! and the idea of duende, the spirit of flamenco, are as much structural pillars as the singing, dancing, and clapping. The relationship between Lorca and the original Café de Chinitas is equally deeply-rooted, as the poet was a regular client who immortalized their connection in the popular composition Café de Chinitas, written in 1931. Poema del cante jondo, written in 1921, and El romancero gitano, from 1928, are two examples of Lorca’s poems with ties to flamenco.

Tracklist

A1 Malagueña
A2 El Zorongo
A3 La Colasa (Tabaco Y Cerillas)
A4 El Viento Se Lo Llevó
A5 Seguidillas Majas
A6 Romance De La Lirio
B1 La Estudiantina Pasa
B2 La Noche De MI Amor
B3 ¿Cuál De Los Tres?
B4 Los Mozos De Monléon
B5 Los Peligrinitos
B6 Las Morillas De Jáen

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  • Rights Society: SGAE

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
85.031-V Nati Mistral Nati Mistral ‎(LP, Mono, RE) Ariola 85.031-V Spain Unknown
LPAS-6041 Nati Mistral Nati Mistral ‎(LP, Album) Ariola LPAS-6041 Venezuela 1979