Ramon Garcia And His Conjunto Cibao, Vocals by - Merengues album download
|A5||Oigan Los Saxofones||3:05|
|B1||Compadre Pedro Juan||4:15|
|B3||Te Voy A Enseñar||4:55|
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Manuel Patricio Rodríguez García (17 March 1805 – 1 July 1906), was a Spanish singer, music educator, and vocal pedagogue. García was born on 17 March 1805 either in Madrid, as has been traditionally stated, or in the town of Zafra in Badajoz Province, Spain. His father was singer and teacher Manuel del Pópulo Vicente Rodriguez García (Manuel García I, 1775–1832).
Performer: Dioris Valladares Con el Conjunto Tipico Cibao; Ramon Garcia Writer: Madame Brino. Merengue; Dirige y Solo de Saxofon. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated eliptical, . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated eliptical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 37., Rolloff: -1. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames
Ramon Garcia & Conjunto Nuevo Cibao 2011. Pascal Drapeau, Laurent Agnes, Ramon Garcia, Fidel Fourneyron, Lionel Ségui, Mikel Andueza, Gorka Benitez, Víctor de Diego, Roberto Pacheco, Albert Bover, David González & Didier Ottaviani 2006. Yo Me Quiero Ir Pai Campo. Conjunto Nuevo Cibao & Ramon Garcia 2011. La Taberna del Piano : Homenaje a Billy Joel 2012.
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His compositions discussed current events such as Cuban independence, World War I, the arrival of the airplane, and US occupation of the Dominican Republic. Among Lora's contemporaries are Toño Abreu and Hipólito Martínez, best remembered for their merengue "Caña Brava". One of these was García's 1918 work titled "Ecos del Cibao. Luis Alberti and other popular bandleaders created a style of merengue more acceptable to the urban middle-class by making its instrumentation more similar to the big bands then popular in the United States, replacing the accordion with a large brass section but maintaining the tambora and güira as a rhythmic base.