Orchestre Mani – El Meringue. Label: Manibelle – MB-305. B. Cuando Yo Vine Del Cibao.
Méringue, also called méringue lente or méringue de salon (slow or salon méringue), is a dance music and national symbol in Haiti. It is a string-based style played on the lute, guitar, and other string instruments unlike the primarily accordion-based merengue, and is generally sung in Haitian Creole and French, as well as in English and Spanish. Méringue was heavily influenced by the contredanse from Europe and then by Afro-Caribbean influences from Hispaniola.
Orchestre Adil El Ghazi Chaabi Maghribi, 6 MP3, 1591 Vues. Orchestre Chems 2009 Chaabi Maghribi, 18 MP3, 1727 Vues. Orchestre Tahour 2012 Chaabi Maghribi, 8 MP3, 2573 Vues.
Gary "Mani" Mounfield (born 16 November 1962) is an English rock bassist, best known for being a member of the Stone Roses and Primal Scream. Mounfield attended Xaverian College in Rusholme, Manchester. He developed an interest with darts, a sport he had come to champion throughout his career. He left school aged sixteen in 1979 and joined the band the Stone Roses (part of the "Madchester" music scene) in 1987.
Je respire" (Cesare Angelotti). Download original 320Kbps, . 5 Mb, 01:43. Album: Puccini: Tosca (2013). Artists: Джакомо Пуччини, Orchestre du Théâtre National de l'Opéra de Paris, Manuel Rosenthal, Gérard Serkoyan, Orchestre du Théâtre national de l'Opéra de Paris, Manuel Rosenthal, Gérard Serkoyan.
Album: Surprise partie à Rio de Janeiro. Manuel Pizarro et son orchestre: best 2 tracks. Manuel Pizarro et son orchestre - Cantemos Corazon Adios Pampa Mia, 2014 02:30. Manuel Pizarro et son orchestre - Tango chinois Tango bleu, Tango chinois, 2014 03:03. Artist: Manuel Pizarro et son orchestre.
Milhaud: Christophe Colomb, Acte II - Scène 7 (Orchestre).
Everyone knows Offenbach's famous "Can-can" from the operetta Orpheus in the Underworld, but how many casual listeners have heard it in its original version, as a chorus of demons(!) in Hades? In fact, the version best known is this one, as arranged for the ballet Gaîté Parisienne by the delightful French composer and conductor Manuel Rosenthal