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La Musgaña - El Paso De La Estantigua album mp3

La Musgaña - El Paso De La Estantigua album mp3

Performer: La Musgaña
Title: El Paso De La Estantigua
Released: 1990
Country: Spain
Style: Folk
Category: Country, Folk
Album rating: 4.4
Votes: 292
Size MP3: 1511 mb
Size FLAC: 1687 mb
Size WMA: 1281 mb
Other formats: MIDI MP3 VQF FLAC AU AAC DXD

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Rosca - Habas Verdes
Electric Bass, Programmed By [Rhythm], Backing Vocals – Carlos*Hurdy Gurdy [Zanfona], Vocals – Rafa*Recorder [Flauta De Pico], Flute [Travesera], Backing Vocals – Jaime*Recorder [Gaita Charra], Drum [Tamboril] – Quique*
A2 Dónde Vas A Lavar - El Torito Cariñoso - Barre La Calle
Dulcimer, Bagpipes [Gaita Charra], Drum [Tamboril] – Quique*Electric Bass – Carlos*Electric Piano – Eva GancedoLaúd, Bandurria, Hurdy Gurdy [Zanfona], Vocals – Rafa*Recorder [Flauta De Pico], Flute [Travesera] – Jaime*Violin – José*
A3 Agarrao Antiguo
Chirimia [Albogue] – Quique*Flute [Traveseras De Caña] – Jaime*Guitar [Portuguese], Programmed By [Rhythms] – Carlos*Hurdy Gurdy [Zanfona] – Rafa*
B1 Pasacalle De Bodas
Electric Bass – Carlos*Laúd, Hurdy Gurdy [Zanfona] – Rafa*Recorder [Flautas De Pico] – Jaime*Recorder [Gaita Charra], Drums [Tamboril] – Quique*
B2 Ofertorio De Barreras
Flute [Travesera] – Jaime*Guitar [Portuguese] – Carlos*Hurdy Gurdy [Zanfona] – Rafa*Recorder [Gaita Charra], Drums [Tamboril] – Quique*Violin – José*
B3 Carnestolendas - Rondón
Bandurria, Hurdy Gurdy [Zanfona], Tambourine, Vocals – Rafa*Guitar [Portuguese] – Carlos*Recorder [Flauta De Pico Y De Caña], Percussion – Jaime*Tambourine [Pandero], Castanets [Tejoletas], Chirimia [Albogue], Backing Vocals – Quique*Violin – José*
B4 Frascuelo
Flute [Travesera De Caña] – Jaime*Guitar [Portuguese] – Carlos*Hurdy Gurdy [Zanfona] – Rafa*Recorder [Gaita Charra], Drums [Tamboril] – Quique*Synthesizer – Eva*Violin – José*
B5 Charro
Bandurria – Rafa*Electric Bass – Carlos*Flute [Travesera] – Jaime*Recorder [Gaita Charra], Drums [Tamboril] – Quique*Violin – José*
B6 Toque De Alzar
Bagpipes [Gaita De Fole] – José*Synthesizer – Eva*

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – RNE
  • Copyright (c) – RNE
  • Made By – Ibermemory, S.A.
  • Printed By – Offset La Riva, S.A.
  • Printed By – Fotomecanica CORACOLOR, S.A.

Credits

  • Performer – Carlos L. Beceiro*, Enrique Almendros, Jaime Muñoz, José Climent, Rafael Martín
  • Technician [Rne] – Manuel Alvarez, P. Morales
  • Written-By – La Musgaña

Notes

All tracks written by "La Musgaña", based on traditional rhythms and melodies.

LA MUSGAÑA:
Rafael Martín , José Climent , Carlos L. Beceiro , Enrique Almendros , Jaime Muñoz.

La Musgaña won first award on Muestra Nacional de Folk Actual para Jóvenes Intérpretes 1988, in Santiago de Compostela.

- "Rosca de Huebra": recogida por Angel Carril (Salamanca) - "Habas Verdes": recogida por Alberto Jamabrina (Sanabria, Zamora)
- "Dónde Vas A Lavar": cancionero Segoviano de Agapito Marazuela - "El Torito Cariñoso" (Salamanca) - "Barre La Calle" lo aprendió Quique de "El Guinda", tamborilero de La Alberca (Saamanca).
- "Agarrao Antiguo": recogido por Alberto Jambrino en Tierra de Alba (Zamora).
- "Pasacalle de Bodas": aprendido por Enrique Almendros en Salamanca.
- "Ofertorio de Barreras" recogido por Angel Carril en Salamanca.
- "Carnestolendas (Ronda De Carnaval)": versión del tema recogido por Gª Matos en Madrid - "Rondón": recogida por Gª Matos en La Chapinería (MAdrid).
- "Frascuelo": aprendido por E. Almendros de Agustín García (Salamanca) (...) sobre la muerte del torero Salvador Sánchez Povedano, Frascuelo.
- "Charro": aprendido por E. Almendros de Agustín García (Salamanca).
- "Toque De Alzar": recogido por Alberto Jambrina en Aliste (Salamanca).

Fabricado en España por IBERMEMORY.
Impreso en España por Offset La Riva, S.A. - Alonso Núñez, 18 - 28039 Madrid
Fotomecanica Coracolor, S.A. - Madrid

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Rights Society: SGAE
  • Other (Depósito Legal): M.15153-1990

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
620020 La Musgaña El Paso De La Estantigua ‎(CD, Album) RNE, Rtve Música 620020 Spain 1990
820020 La Musgaña El Paso De La Estantigua ‎(Cass) RTVE Música, RNE 820020 Spain 1990
620020 La Musgaña El Paso De La Estantigua ‎(CD, Album, RP) Rtve Música 620020 Spain 1990

This album has an average beat per minute of 128 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 77/175 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist El paso de la estantigua. BPM Profile El paso de la estantigua. Album starts at 175BPM, ends at 77BPM (-98), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by La Musgaña.

Their second album, El Paso de la Estantigua, was signed under the Radio Nacional Espana label in 1989. Their third album, Lubicán, released in 1991 under Xenophile-Green Linnet label, was their first release in North America and gave them international fame, but later in the year original members Climont and Martin left the band, and were replaced with Cuco Pérez, on the accordion, and composer, percussionist and hurdy-gurdy player Luis Delgado. The next year they made their first concert in the United States. Enrique Almendros 1986-2004. José María Climent (Violin, bagpipes) 1986-1991. Rafa Martin (Hurdy-gurdy, guitar) 1986-1991.

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La Musgaña is a Spanish folk music ensemble, formed by Jaime Muñoz, Carlos Beceiro, Diego Galaz and Jorge Arribas. The band incorporates various instruments such as the dulcimer, fiddle, hurdy gurdy, bagpipes, flutes, guitar and bass, and performs traditional music from the Iberian peninsula, mostly from the Spanish regions of Castile, Zamora, León, Extremadura and La Mancha. Musgaña" means "water-rat" in Spanish. La Musgaña was founded in 1986 by Enrique "Quique" Almendros, Jose Marti Climent and Rafa Martin.

El Paso de la Estantigua 1989. Their second album, El Paso de la Estanigua, followed in 1989. Shortly after the release of La Muscagna's third album, Lubican, released on the Xenophile-Green Linnet label in 1991, original members Climont and Martin were replaced by accordion player Cuco Perez and composer, percussionist, and hurdy gurdy player Luis Delgado. The group performed in the United States for the first time a year later.

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