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Malagueña Salerosa

Latin French, Italian Notes
Malagueña Salerosa

The classic version of Malagueña is plaintive and romantic. A poor young man is in love with a beautiful girl from Malaga, Spain. He has nothing to offer by his heart, pure and good and his hands, willing to work. This delicate love song, whose roots lie in forms of social behavior which existed a thousand years ago, seems to call up subliminal memories and courtly instincts of a time centuries past, whenever it is played.

Malaguena Salerosa



The song is that...

 

I Love Rock And Roll

Rock Notes
I Love Rock And Roll

The story of “I Love Rock N Roll” began in London England in 1975, where a band called The Arrows were trying to come up with a song for their fourth single. The Arrows recorded two songs, the titles were “Broken Down Heart” and “I Love Rock N Roll.” The band went into Morgan Studios in London in early ‘75 and recorded both songs. The Roger Ferris composition “Broken Down Heart” was worked on for many hours, and the band composed title “I Love Rock N...

Last Updated (Saturday, 07 March 2015 09:48)

 

Double Trouble (Otis Rush)

Blues Notes
Double Trouble (Otis Rush)

Arriving in Chicago in the late 1940's Otis Rush has become a prime Chicago blues innovator on Chicago's West and South sides with his guitar vibrato and soul stirring intense vocal delivery. Rush was the first of the new wave of young West side blues artists to record, hitting the national R & B charts with his first single "I Can't Quit You Baby" in 1956. Stevie Ray Vaughan named his band Double Trouble after Otis Rush's song, attesting to his influence. The...

 

Handel’s Sarabande from Keyboard Suite in Dm (HWV 437)

Classical Notes
Handel’s Sarabande from Keyboard Suite in Dm (HWV 437)

Some composers suffer the fate of being remembered through only a handful of their works or, indeed, just a single work. George Frideric Handel was lucky in this respect. Although the general public will tend to only remember his Messiah, Water Music and Music for the Royal Fireworks, the more serious music lover will know of his many other works.

Handel's harpsichord music has very little of the profound symmetry and varnish that...

Last Updated (Tuesday, 24 February 2015 22:25)

 

Mbube - Wimoweh - The Lion Sleeps Tonight

Pop and Misc. Notes
Mbube - Wimoweh - The Lion Sleeps Tonight

Mbube is a South African vocal genre, traditionally performed A cappella in a powerful and loud way. Mbube appeared in Johannesburg in the 1920s. The word mbube means "lion" in Zulu. The members of the group are male although a few groups have a female singer. In this form, groups of voices singing in unison are employed to create intricate harmonies and textures. It was pioneered by Solomon Linda and was popularized by Miriam as well as the band...

 
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