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El Paño Moruno - Victoria De Los Angeles - 20th Century Spanish Songs (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Falla - Spanish Songs, Noces en los jardines de Espana & Concerto. Warner Classics: Buy download online. Victoria de los Angeles (soprano), Victoria de los Angeles (soprano) & Gonzalo Soriano (piano), with Gonzalo Soriano, Gonzalo Soriano, Michel Debost, Robert Casier, André Boutard, Pierre Nérini & Robert Cordier, Annie Challan & Jean-Claude Gérard Philharmonia Orchestra.
  2. May 19,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Victoria De Los Angeles ‎– Five Centuries Of Spanish Song - YouTube Victoria De Los Angeles The Jubilee Recital VHS - .
  3. Manuel de Falla y Matheu (November 23, – November 14, ) was a Spanish composer of classical music. Manuel de Falla was born in Cádiz. His early teacher in music was his mother; at the age of 9 he was introduced to his first piano professor.
  4. Jul 14,  · Great spanish mezzosoprano TERESA BERGANZA sings "El pano moruno" - the first song from Siete canciones populares espanolas by Manuel de Falla Piano: Gerald Moore filmed in London, 7 June
  5. Mar 31,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - El Paño Moruno (Manuel de Falla) Rolando Villazón & Julia Lange YouTube Tango en skai - Roland Dyens, Julia Lange ARTE TV - .
  6. El Paño Moruno Lyrics: Al paño fino, en la tienda / Una mancha le cayó; / Por menos precio se vende / Porque perdió su valor / ¡Ay!
  7. Viva El Amor - Spanish Love Songs / Rofem, Zak with Rotem, Silvan, Zak, Jonathan on CD. VINYL; Viva El Amor - Spanish Love Songs / Rofem, Zak Release Date: 09/25/ Victoria de los Angeles, Montserrat Caballé and Teresa Berganza, joined in .
  8. When it comes to versatility, Victoria de los Angeles can hold her own even with Joan Sutherland. Sutherland sang everything from Bach to Wagner beautifully. De los Angeles' recordings of Spanish songs from the middle ages to the 20th century--including a few sung in Basque--are AWESOME.5/5(3).

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