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Ignacio Piñeiro - Septeto Nacional 1928-1930 album download
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Ignacio Piñeiro - Septeto Nacional 1928-1930 album download

Performer:
Ignacio Piñeiro
Album:
Septeto Nacional 1928-1930
Style:
Cuban Traditions,Mambo,Tropical
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1131 mb
FLAC archive size:
1488 mb
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Including 17 mostly original son, bolero, rumba, and guaracha numbers, these 1928-1930 recordings offer a prime glimpse into the golden era of Cuban music. Canta la Vueltabajera. Septeto Nacional de Ignacio Piñeiro. 6. Esas No Son Cubanas.

Recorded in Cuba 1928 (tracks 15-16-17) and 1930.

Septeto Nacional Ignacio Piñeiro, una de las más genuinas agrupaciones soneras del mundo 12/18/2017 AHS: "A sus 90 años de fundado el 13 de diciembre de 1927, esta agrupación preserva y difunde un amplio repertorio de obras musicales de carácter antológico, creadas por su fundador Ignacio Piñeiro Martínez (1889- 1969) -conocido como el Poeta del Son- y de otros importantes compositores. se conformó como Septeto con la introducción de la trompeta. Los primeros títulos creados fueron Cuatro Palomas, Ninfa del Valle y Esas no son Cubanas entre sus más de 300 obras

Septeto Nacional De Ignacio Pinero.

Ignacio Piñeiro And His Septeto Nacional:, Ignacio Piñeiro And His Septeto Nacional 1928-1930, Tumbao. Trio Matamoros: Lagrimas Negras, The Legendary Trio Matamoros. Pancho Amat y El Cabildo: Flor de Pantuno, De San Antonio a Maisi, Unicorno.

Timbre de Oro, Los Roncos, Septeto Nacional Piñeiro was a brilliant rumbero who worked with musical groups from 1903 onwards. In 1927 he founded the Sexteto Nacional de Ignacio Piñeiro, later simply known as Sexteto Nacional, in which he was the director and songwriter. With the addition of a trumpet the band became the Septeto Nacional. Piñeiro's composition "Échale salsita" (written on a train to Chicago in 1930, and the first song use of the world "salsa" in son) influenced George Gershwin's Cuban Overture.