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Estrellita Castro - Historia De La Tonadilla, La Copla Y El Cuplé album flac Performer: Estrellita Castro
Title: Historia De La Tonadilla, La Copla Y El Cuplé
Style: Copla
Released: 1998
MP3 album: 1657 mb
FLAC album: 1339 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: AAC XM MP2 MMF APE MP4 MP3
Genre: Latin

Historia De La Tonadilla, La Copla Y El Cuplé ‎(CD, Comp).

La Morena De Mi Copla. Carlos Castellanos, Carlos Castellano Gómez, Alfonso Jofre De Villegas. Listen to Historia de la tonadilla, la copla y el cuplé, Vol. 1 now. 1 in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

Tonadilla was a Spanish musical song form of theatrical origin; not danced. The genre was a type of short, satirical musical comedy popular in 18th-century Spain, and later in Cuba and other Spanish colonial countries. It originated as a song type, then dialogue for characters was written into the tonadilla, and it expanded into a miniature opera lasting from 10 to 20 minutes.

Album · 2002 · 16 Songs. Maria de la "O" y Otros Exitos. La Gloria está en Sevilla. Raíces de la Canción Española, Vol. 5. 1993. Estrellita Castro, Vol. 1 (Remastered). Grandes Éxitos de Estrellita Castro - Copla Española.

The copla, copla andaluza ("Andalusian copla"), canción andaluza, canción española, tonadilla or canción folklórica is a form of Spanish popular song, deriving from the poetic form of the same name  . Particularly of note is Carlos Cano, who was a key figure in reviving the popularity of the copla in the later 20th century. Cuplé – a genre of risqué cabaret songs in Spain of the 1890s–1910s. Arredondo Pérez, H. (2014). Andalucía y la mujer en la copla.

The copla, copla andaluza ("Andalusian copla"), tonadilla or canción folklórica is a form of Spanish popular song, deriving from the poetic form of the same name One of the first singers of coplas was Raquel Meller. Initially she sang cuplé, which later evolved in Andalusian and Spanish song into the copla as it is known today Particularly of note is es: Carlos Cano, who was a key figure in reviving the popularity of the copla in the later 20th century.

Tracklist

1 Caracoles
2 La Nieta Del Faraón
3 Manolo Torres
4 Paloma
5 Bajo Mi Cielo Andaluz
6 En Paz
7 Mi Pretendiente
8 No La Cameles
9 Palmera Cordobesa
10 Carceleras Del Puerto
11 Candelita
12 El Calé De Los Calderos
13 Patio Moro
14 No Te Mires En El Río
15 María Del Valle
16 Mi Bata De Cola
17 Al Pasar La Barca
18 Pandereta Andaluza
19 Ámonos Pa El Puerto
20 Chuflillas Gitanas

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – EMI-Odeon, S.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 24349 64862 3