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A La Mar Fui Por Naranjas - Various - Early Cuban Danzón Orchestras 1916-1920 (CD)

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  1. A la mar fui por naranjas Cosa que la mar no tiene Toda vine mojadita Veo las que van y vienen ¡Ay mi dulce amor! Ese mar que ves tan bello ¡Ay mi dulce amor! Ese mar que ves tan bello Es un traidor La farola de mi pueblo Esta partida en dos cachos Uno alumbra los marinos Y otro alumbra a los borrachos ¡Ay mi dulce amor! Ese mar que ves tan.
  2. Feb 20,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Centro - A la Mar Fui por Naranjas · Producciones Horizonte Bafona: Paisaje Musical de Chile ℗ .
  3. We recorded a danzón that is called "Las alturas de Simson." The main characteristic in danzón style is the clave rhythm, which the goes: “tan, tan, tan, tan, tan, tan, tan, tan.” The first prerequisite for all musicians in order to be able to perform any Cuban music style is to have a good sense of the clave, to acquire an internal clave.
  4. Mar 23,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises A la Mar Fui por Naranjas · El Parcito El Parcito y Sus Cuecas Con Moño ℗ Alerce Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  5. Aug 06,  · "Early Cuban Danzón Orchestras " 1. Ay, Que Victrola! - Orq De Tomas Ponce 2. Yuya Y Yeyita - Orq De Tomas Ponce 3. Nangandu - Orq Felix Gonzalez 4. El Saguero - Orq Felix Gonzalez 5. Mamita Amarre Su Perro - Orq Felipe Valdes 6. Pan Y Cemento - Orq Casas 7. Buchin El Carpintero - Orq Felipe Valdes 8. Mi Testamento - Orq Felix Gonzales 9.
  6. Compiling any number of ultra-rare sides, Early Cuban Danzon Orchestras offers a revelatory look at an influential but often overlooked era in Cuban music; with the benefit of hindsight, it seems a likely proposition that the danzon ensembles served as a key inspiration behind the evolution of early New Orleans jazz -- compared side by side, the textures and rhythms of the two sound remarkably 8/
  7. REm A la mar fui por naranjas, LA7 REm cosa que la mar no tiene; me dejaron mojadita LA7 REm las olas que van o vienen. LA7 Ay, mi dulce amor, REm ese mar que ves tan bello, LA7 ay, mi dulce amor, SOLm LA7 ese mar que ves tan bello REm es un traidor. La farola de mi pueblo.
  8. The son, said Cristóbal Díaz, is the most important genre of Cuban music, and the least studied. It can fairly be said that son is to Cuba what the tango is to Argentina, or the samba to gakasisensehightesmomezwaageiria.coinfo addition, it is perhaps the most flexible of all forms of Latin-American music. Its great strength is its fusion between European and African musical traditions.
  9. A la mar fui por naranjas, cosa que la mar no tiene; me dejaron mojadita las olas que van o vienen. Ay, mi dulce amor, ese mar que ves tan bello, ay, mi dulce amor, ese mar que ves tan bello es un traidor. La farola de mi pueblo está partida en dos cachos: una alumbra a los marinos y otra alumbra a los borrachos. Ay, mi dulce amor, ese mar que.

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