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Federico Moreno Torroba, Ricardo González Del Toro, Fernando Luque, Pilar Lorengar, Conchita Balparda, Carlos Munguía, Manuel Ausensi, Gran Orquesta Sinfónica, Coros Cantores De Madrid - La Marchenera FLAC album


Performer: Federico Moreno Torroba
Genre: Classical music
Title: La Marchenera
Country: Spain
Released: 1960
Style: Operetta
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Lyrics By – Fernando Luque, Ricardo González Del Toro. Music By, Conductor – Federico Moreno Torroba. Orchestra – Gran Orquesta Sinfónica. Soprano Vocals – Conchita Balparda, Pilar Lorengar. Tenor Vocals – Carlos Munguía. Matrix, Runout (Side A Stamped): ZCL-1073 A 1.

By Amadeo Vives - Pilar Lorengar, Coros Cantores de Madrid, Jose Perera, Gran Orquesta Sinfónica & Odon Alonso. La Verbena de la Paloma: Donde Vas Con Mantón de Manila. By Tomás Bretón - Ataulfo Argenta, Coros Cantores de Madrid, Julita Bermejo, Selica Perez Carpio, Ines Rivadeneira, Manuel Ausensi, Antonio Angel Ligero & Gran Orquesta Sinfonica de España. By Federico Romero, Guillermo Fernández Shaw & Federico Moreno Torroba - Gran Orquesta Sinfónica, Coros Cantores de Madrid, Manuel Ausensi, Coro de Hombres, Ataulfo Argenta & Julián Perera. Luisa Fernanda: Mazurca de las sombrillas: A San Antonio (Remastered).

Pilar Lorengar/Manuel Ausensi/Carlos Munguía/Coro Cantores de Madrid – Marinela, 02:18. Pilar Lorengar/Manuel Ausensi/Carlos Munguía/Coro Cantores de Madrid Marinela.

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Part I 2. Part II Mara Manuela - Pilar Lorengar Mercedes - Lina Huarte Gonzalo -Manuel Ausensi Lorenzo - Carlos Mungua Petrilla - Julita Bermejo Amadeo - Gregorio Gil Cantores de Madrid Gran Orquesta Sinfnica Federico Moreno Torroba conductor. Moreno Torroba was not only a prolific guitar composer but one of the leading advocates in thelate flowering of the zarzuela, the light Spanish opera form characterized by a blend of sung andspoken dialect. His firstzarzuela was written as early as 1912, but it was the success of La mesonera de Tordesillas(The Hostess of Tordesillas) (1925), which confirmed his enthusiasm for the genre, and a wholestring of triumphs, including La marchenera (The Girl from Marchena) (1928) and LuisaFernanda (1932) followed, continuing through till Ella (1966), the composer finally achieving anastonishing total of.

Federico Moreno Torroba (3 March 1891 – 12 September 1982) was a Spanish composer, conductor, and theatrical impresario. He is especially remembered for his important contributions to the classical guitar repertoire, becoming one of the leading twentieth-century composers for the instrument. He was also one of the foremost composers of zarzuelas, a form of Spanish light opera. His 1932 zarzuela, Luisa Fernanda, has proved to be enduringly popular

Gran Orquesta Sinfónica. Ataúlfo Argenta, conductor. Novoson Z-544 La dogaresa Rafael Millán Pilar Lorengar, Teresa Berganza, Manuel Ausensi, Carlos Munguía, Antonio Campó, pos, Manuel Ausensi, Gerardo Monreal, Coro de Cámara del Orfeón Donostiarra. Gran Orquesta Sinfónica. Novoson Z-545 El año pasado por agua; El bateo Federico Chueca Ana María Iriarte, Gerardo Monreal, Carlos S. Luque // Teresa Berganza, Gerardo Monreal, Joaquín Portillo, Juan de Andía, Coro Cantores de Madrid, Coro del Orfeón Donostiarra. Novoson Z-482 Los cadetes de la reina Pablo Luna Pilar Lorengar, Carlos Munguía, Manuel Ausensi, Coros Cantores de Madrid. Novoson Z-488 La canción del olvido José Serrano Pilar Lorengar, Manuel Ausensi, Carlos Munguía, Coros Cantores de Madrid.

Cantores de Madrid Gran Orquesta Sinfónica Federico Moreno Torroba – conductor. Moreno Torroba was not only a prolific guitar composer but one of the leading advocates in the late flowering of the zarzuela, the light Spanish opera form characterized by a blend of sung and spoken dialect. As conductor and impresario, he travelled widely throughout the 1930s and 1940s with several stage companies, visiting the United States and Latin America. His first zarzuela was written as early as 1912, but it was the success of La mesonera de Tordesillas (The Hostess of Tordesillas) (1925), which confirmed.

Tracklist

Paloma La Marchenera Más Guapa Y Más Repulía 3:30
Amores Son Mis Amores, Mi Patria Y Mi Dama 2:40
Veníamos De Vuelta, De Los Mimbrales 2:00
Yo Soy Paloma, Marchenera Bravía 3:55
Tres Horas Antes Del Día 4:15
Cuando La Noche Callada, Duerme Marchena Tranquila 4:45
Mocito Que Estás Mirando 2:15
Sobre Mi Alazán, Ay Mi Dulce Amor 4:10
Mírame Que Voy De Moda 2:15
El Pueblo Tiene Un Cantar 4:55
Aquí Señor Conde, Aquí Me Tenéis 6:45

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
C 32042 Federico Moreno Torroba, Ricardo González Del Toro, Fernando Luque, Pilar Lorengar, Conchita Balparda, Carlos Munguía, Manuel Ausensi, Gran Orquesta Sinfónica, Coros Cantores De Madrid Federico Moreno Torroba, Ricardo González Del Toro, Fernando Luque, Pilar Lorengar, Conchita Balparda, Carlos Munguía, Manuel Ausensi, Gran Orquesta Sinfónica, Coros Cantores De Madrid - La Marchenera ‎(LP) Columbia C 32042 Spain 1960
ZCL 1073 Ricardo González Del Toro, Fernando Luque, Federico Moreno Torroba, Pilar Lorengar, Conchita Balparda, Carlos Munguía, Manuel Ausensi, Coros Cantores De Madrid, Gran Orquesta Sinfónica Ricardo González Del Toro, Fernando Luque, Federico Moreno Torroba, Pilar Lorengar, Conchita Balparda, Carlos Munguía, Manuel Ausensi, Coros Cantores De Madrid, Gran Orquesta Sinfónica - La Marchenera ‎(LP, Album, RE) Zacosa ZCL 1073 Spain 1980