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Luna Sobre el Valle

by Los Cañoneros

Modern sound of the typical music from Caracas. A musical style born in Venezuela in the early years 1920. Venezuelan dance rhytms.
Genre: Latin: General
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1. El Porteño
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2. La Burra
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3. La Chica del 17
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4. La Quisquillosa
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5. Porsia
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6. How High The Moon
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7. La Ruperta
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8. Lago Dormido
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3:08 $0.99
9. Luna Mia
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4:04 $0.99
10. Luna Sobre el Valle
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3:59 $0.99
11. María
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12. A los Antaños
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13. Linda Guajira (a Patricia Velásquez)
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14. Carmen
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Album Notes
The "cañonera music" is a musical style born in the capital of Venezuela in the early twentieth century. It is the first urban musical expression in this country.

The groups that play "cañonera" music include several Venezuelan rhythms like the venezuelan merengue, a variant of the pasodoble, joropo, and Venezuelan waltz.

Arrangements: Ylich Orsini y Benjamín Brea
Vocal & güiro: Hely Orsini
Vocal, cuatro, bass, sequences: Ylich Orsini
Alto Sax: Benjamín Brea & Anibal Escobar
Trumpet: Andrés "Tapón" Romero
Trombone: Joél Martínez
Keyboards: Justo Morao, Eddie Cisneros y Emigdio Suárez
Acordeón: Hermides "Taty" Manzano
Bass: Alvin Cordaro & Chapis Lasca
Drums: Arnaldo Sánchez y Darío Adames
Percussion: Javier Vásquez
Güira: Enrique Espinoza
Coros: Hely, Ylich, Arnaldo, Vadim Lasca y Giovanninna Orsini
Grabado en Estudios Tarareo (Caracas), Erpicot (Caracas) y Audiovisión (Bogotá)
Charles Arapé, Rubén Sáez, Ylich Orsini & Camilo Silva.
Mix: Ylich Orsini
Production: Ylich Orsini
Asistant: Hely Orsini
Design and layout: Mariale Fleitas
Ilustration: BAF
Main photos: Irene Marín


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