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NO SE ACABA EL MUNDO CUANDO UN AMOR SE VA – Los Kjarkas: The world does not end when a love goes away

It took a long time to become a myth Capinota is a small town in the Bolivian Department of Cochabamba. There is one UNESCO world heritage site nearby. It is Historic City of Sucre in a distance of 132 mi (or 212 km), Southeast. While being here, you might want to pay a visit Cochabamba. Mostly known from a movie …

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BORN SINGING – Marta Gómez: When you compos to ward off nostalgia

Learning how to sing to the soul and the soul learned how to listen Born in Girardot, she lives currently in Barcelona. She is is a Colombian singer and songwriter. After obtaining a Best Achievement Scholarship, Marta Gómez http://martagomez.com/ graduated Magna Cum Laude. Whit her group, she perform a repertoire of songs with a mixture of rhythms that range from …

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MUSIC FOR LARGE ENSEMBLE – Tim Brady: Traversing the wall of artistic solitude

It is not clear if he has reached his peak but he is certainly up Its hall is home to the Montreal Symphony Orchestra https://www.osm.ca/en/the-hall. Construction began in 2009 and the concert hall was inaugurated 2011. It is the Maison symphonique. The optimized design at wall angles and shape of balcony facades waiting for you. It is located at the …

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A DIFFERENT IDEA OF MUSIC MAKING – Mario Brunello: One of the most significant names in the Italian and international music scene.

From baroque music to jazz forays. Violoncello and https://www.amazon.com/Violoncello-Mario-Brunello/dp/B002N3BH6S, it is a book of the cellists Mario Brunello. Visiting the city of Castelfranco Veneto, in search of a memory, you can enter Il Pentagramma http://www.castelfrancoalcentro.it/negozio.aspx?n=ilpentagramma, a shop for the sale of musical instruments and accessories. For a good aperitif with snacks, give yourself a stop at the Cafe Borsa https://www.facebook.com/BorsaCastelfranco/, …

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THE GREATEST FILIPINO SONGWRITERS OF THE POP ERA – Sampaguita: The queen of Filipino rock music.

Talent to create the music, and fearless, innovative trailblazers. Currently SAMPAGUITA resides in Parañaque City; mother of three children. She had released several albums and songs, now considered classics. Her first performance was at the New Moon Concert in 1977 at the Folk Arts Theater in Pasay (Metro Manila). Active during the 1970s and 1980s, Tessy Alfonso https://www.facebook.com/QueenofRock7/ is a …

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EVERY KIND OF MUSIC IS GOOD (EXCEPT THE BORING KIND) – Gioachino Rossini: Give me a laundry list and I will set it to music.

Music is a kind of harmonious language. It is the city of cycling (because of its myriad of cycle paths), but it also has a strong affinity with music and the arts. In Pesaro, during his activity, he allowed a philological reinterpretation of works by a brilliant composer of opera music. Those works, little represented in modern times, are now …

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SINGING THE REAL ME – Svala Björgvinsdóttir: Start singing, being part of electronic music bands.

Wonder of musical Icelandic world. When that cultural evening was born, nobody could imagine that it would become so famous. On the first Saturday after 18 August, the Menningarnótt is celebrate in Reykjavík, becoming an event that has become the biggest festival in Iceland. You too can join the many people who celebrate the creativity of life through a day …

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WING THE BOAT – José Medeiros, the sorcerer of the wind.

Bad Weather in the Canal. Its clear water and the enchanting beach are magnificent for swimming and diving. In the island of São Miguel, the islet of Vila Franca do Campo http://www.azores-islands.info/uk/places/sao-miguel/vila-franca-campo.html, is what remains of the crater of a volcano, and offers a busy day to those who visit it. Inside the crater, there is a natural pool, which …

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NOT ONLY PARAGUAY’S GUARANIA – El Cuarteto de Nos, away to the melancholic rhythms.

Let me relate to you, about rock and guarania. Be prepared to notice very different styles of music. Music in South America is often a way of life, and Paraguay‘s sound is just flavorful as the culture and food. They citizens of the country use music to express every emotion. Rock can be damn perfect. Therefore, here are Flou, an …

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HYPNOTIC AND GORGEOUS MUSICAL TAPESTRIES – Juana Molina: The one-time Queen of Latin chill.

The most experimental musician in Argentina. Whether you are just making a day of it, in Buenos Aires there are best places to start gift hunting. Every Sunday (except in February), Feria de Mataderos http://feriademataderos.com.ar/?lang=en, is the stand for you. Here, you can find over 700 souvenir stands with folklore rings, traditional dancing, food and workshops on gaucho life. Keep …

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