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Rafael Riqueni - Flamenco mp3 track

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Performer: Rafael Riqueni
Title: Flamenco
Country: Germany
Released: 1987
Style: Flamenco
Category: Latin / World, Folk, Country
Rating: 4.8 ✦
Other format: WAV DXD MOD MP1 AHX MIDI WMA

Tracklist

1 Puerto Camaronero (Bulerías) 4:30
2 Villa Rosa (Minera) {Dedicado A D. Ramón Montoya} 5:42
3 Alcalá (Soleá) 6:13
4 A Mi Madre (Rondeña) 7:37
5 Brisas (Guajira) 3:39
6 Sol Y Sal (Alegrías) 3:48
7 Profundidades (Taranta) 5:19
8 A Golpe De Mostrador (Bulerías Por Soleá) 3:55
9 Cagancho (Siguiriya) 4:37
10 Divertimento En Sol (Rumba) 3:04

Credits

  • Guitar – Rafael Riqueni
  • Written-By – Rafael Riqueni

Notes

Rafael Riqueni plays with a guitar Miguel Rodríguez of 1968, given by José Luis Carreño except from the Rondeña (#4) which was recorded with a guitar Miguel Rodríguez of 1978, given by Rolf Ellmer.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BA 64910 CD Rafael Riqueni Flamenco ‎(CD, Album) Blue Angel BA 64910 CD Germany 1987
FA-006 Rafael Riqueni Flamenco ‎(LP) Flamencos Accidentales FA-006 Spain 1988

Rafael Riqueni plays with a guitar Miguel Rodríguez of 1968, given by José Luis Carreño except from the Rondeña ( which was recorded with a guitar Miguel Rodríguez of 1978, given by Rolf Ellmer. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.Outstanding Minera Guajira and Tarantas. Reply Notify me Helpful.

The Rough Guide to Flamenco is a world music compilation album originally released in 1997. Part of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, the album gives broad coverage to the flamenco genre of Spain. The compilation was produced by Phil Stanton, co-founder of the World Music Network. Liner notes were written by Tom Andrews. This was the first of three similarly named albums: the second was released in 2007; the third, in 2013.

Album · 1986 · 10 Songs. Nuevos Medios Colección: Rafael Riqueni. Alcazar de Cristal (Flamenco Vivo). Parque De María Luisa.

This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. 1. Puerto Camaronero (Bulerías). 2. Villa Rosa (Minera). BPM Profile Flamenco. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Rafael Riqueni.

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On this album the great master of flamenco guitar Riqueni Rafael (Sevilla, 1962) has put aside his creative vein to restore so bright touch of teachers as they were Sabicas, Niño Ricardo and Esteban Sanlúcar. From the' guajiras' of Sabicas to 'Mantilla de feria' of Sanlúcar, through 'granaína' of Niño Ricardo, Riqueni makes a daring display of technical ability and feeling. And mention should be the theme of 'Estrella Amargura', with the singing of Enrique Morente, who shocked to the audience the day it was introduced at the Biennale 1994 in Seville

1. Puerto Camaronero. Listen to Flamenco in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

Rafael Riqueni (born 16 August 1962 in Seville) is one of Spain's top flamenco guitarists Riqueni has performed extensively as a concert guitarist and has played with people such as Enrique Morente, Anouar Brahem, Al Di Meola, Matías Fray and the Vargas Blues Band. He is also a noted flamenco composer, similar to the style of Albéniz and Turina. Bandido is the fourth studio album by Spanish duo Azúcar Moreno, released on CBS-Epic in 1990. The album became the Salazár sisters' international breakthrough. The title track "Bandido" was chosen to represent Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest 1990, held in Zagreb, Yugoslavia.