Album published in U.S.A. dedicated to a selection of music and popular songs played by the Cuban pianist Enrique Chia, of which many of them evoke Mexico. Chia has released over forty albums some only playing piano and other with orchestra, instruments and singers of international standing. In his music stand romanticism and mastery of execution. In this album Chia gives us an anthology of rhymes and songs which contains large classic cuts of Mexico along with many others worldwide.
It is a fantastic mix of music with songs off of every album except St. Anger. Great mix of Death Magnetic and classic tallica tunes. The addition of Robert Trujillo in combination with Hetfield getting sober has made the band sound much better than they did throughout the 90's. These guys don't show their age on stage and kick maximum ass. Tearing into songs like Disposable Heros and pulling them off like it's 1986…
Album released in Spain in 1979 compilation of 10 songs sung in original versions by three players considered among the best in the Mexican music scene of all time. They are: José del Refugio Sanchez Saldaña, aka "Cuco Sánchez' -singer and songwriter-, Gabriel Syria Levario, aka 'Javier Solis', -actor and singer also known as the'King of Bolero Ranchero'- and 'Trio Los Panchos', formed in 1944 originally by Chucho Navarro, Alfredo Avilés and Alfredo Bojalil Gil. The album is a collection of ten songs, from ballads to boleros. Album for remembrance and tribute to great voices of Mexican music.
En el álbum "México Barroco-Puebla III", del sello Urtext se estrena la Missa sobre el Beatus Vir de Fray Xacinto", de Fabián Ximeno Pérez, una de las joyas musicales del barroco en la Nueva España.
Ignacio Jerusalem, called the musical miracle, was a brillant disciple of the Neapolitan School, he raigned over music in the New World from Mexico City's Cathedral, Opera theater and the University's musical chapel. This lavish CD presents sacred and profane music. Pieces written for Saint Peter's feast day, but also a rare aria di bravura miraculously saved in the cathedral's archives. The superb balance between soloists, choir and orchestra, the solemnity and vivacity of the musical conception, make this record a real accomplishment.