G. E. 47

G. E. 47 David Moreno Volume 3 1957 CD $17.00

   David Moreno Navarro was born in Gijon (Asturias province) in 1924. His parents moved to Madrid in 1934. A few months later David performed in the Teatro La Latina. At the age of 12 he played in Los Gabrieles and Villa Rosa. With the troupes of Estrellita Castro and Carmen Amaya he toured the Americas. After that he toured France, England, Italy, Switzerland & Germany. In the early 1950's David toured with Concha Piquer to Argentina, Chile, Brazil and Mexico. He settled in Mexico and achieved great popularity. He died in 1976.

   In this volume 3 guitarist David Moreno accompanies the cantoar Ramon de Cadiz.

The balance of the CD are songs by the legendary flamenco guitarist virtuoso Luis Maravilla and cantoar Pepe Valencia from 1952.

   Luis debuted as a guitarist in 1926 at the age of 12. In 1932 he travelled to South America with La Niña de Los Peines and Javier Molina. In 1952 he and his wife Pilar Calvo had appeared in the acclaimed film "Duende y Misterio". The guitar Luis used throughout his career and on this recording was made by Santos Hernandez of Madrid. CD $17.00

The selections are:

     David Moreno and singer Ramon de Cadiz

  1. Sevillanas No. 1
  2. Sevillanas No. 2
  3. Fandangos
  4. Alegrias de Cadiz
  5. Tientos Gitanos
  6. Soleares
  7. Bulerias
  8. Tangos Gitanos
  9. Fandangos de Huelva
  10. Zambra Gitana
  11. La Petenera

    Luis Maravilla and singer Pepe Valencia.
  12. Variaciones en Mi-Soleares-Guitar Solo
  13. Fandangos
  14. Noche en Santa Cruz
  15. Soleares and Siguiriyas
  16. Judea
  17. Bulerias
  18. Granadinas
  19. Tarantas

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