Title: La Paloma [Paloma, Arr.] (Take 2)
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La Paloma", known in English as "No More", is a popular Spanish song that has been produced and reinterpreted in diverse cultures, settings, arrangements, and recordings over the last 140 years. The song was composed and written by the Spanish composer from the Basque region Sebastián Iradier (later Yradier) in the 1850s.
From their 1976 WINGS OVER AMERICA CONCERT TOUR. TOTALLY AWESOME, I've been watching it late at night after hours cranking the volume and standing on stage. showtimes are 6:35 and 9:25 Friday through Sunday and 8:00pm Monday - Thursday. Don't miss this show. 12. 2. Cindy Lee Berryhill playing at our benefit! 8.
Perhaps the Edison Concert Band from 1910 or Flaco Jimenez and the Rockin' Tex-Mex Band from 1986 will strike a memory chord. If not, there is always an amazing version by Charlie Parker recorded late in his career in 1952. There's even a stompin' version by Jelly Roll Morton recorded in 1938. More often than not, you can barely recognize the original - take for instance the earliest recording here, from 1899 by the Garde Republicane. What does it mean besides that Trikont is crazy? It means that that one song has so confused and haunted civilization for over 100 years that its relentlessly lonely and melancholy melody crosses not only cultural but class, political, and social barriers as well.
La Paloma by Yradier arr. Sinopoli for classical guitarDocuments. Sebastian Yradier - La Paloma (riduzione per chitarra di Manlio Biagi) - sheet musicDocuments. La Paloma by Yradier Arr Sinopoli for Classical GuitarDocuments. Yradier - La Paloma PianoDocuments Documents. La Paloma - Vit Nam Classical Paloma Yradier.
La Paloma (Arr. C. Graces for Female Choir). Florida All-State Women's Chorus & Constance Drosakis. By Z. Randall Stroope - Florida All-State Women's Chorus, Florida All-State Symphonic Band & Constance Drosakis. By Julian David Bryson - Florida All-State Men's Chorus, Florida All-State Concert Band & Jefferson Johnson. 16 Songs, 57 Minutes.
La Paloma La Paloma (The Dove) Sebastian Yradier/arr. Steven Frackenpohl - Kendor Music, Inc. In the style of a habanera, the characteristic and distinct rhythm reflects the fusion of Cuban and Spanish cultures. Many sections of your string orchestra get a chance to play the memorable melody from. This setting of La Paloma by Sebastian Yradier features your flute ensemble in a warm and delicate register, emulating the sweet Spanish countryside which inspired the original piece.
La paloma Sebastian Yradier.
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- Written-By – Sebastián Yradier*
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