Allmusic accessdate 2010-11-13 They were founded in 1989, and since then have had the same musical lineup of Rubén Isaac Albarrán Ortega (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Emmanuel "Meme" del Real Díaz (keyboards (Keyboard instrument), piano, programming (Programming (music)), rhythm guitar, melodica, vocals), José Alfredo "Joselo" Rangel Arroyo (lead guitar, vocals), and Enrique 'Quique' Rangel Arroyo: (bass guitar, electric

upright bass , vocals). Mexican folk music player Alejandro Flores is considered the ''5th tacuba'', as he has played the violin in almost every Café Tacuba concert since 1994. Since the ''Cuatro Caminos'' World Tour, Luis "El Children" Ledezma has played the drums in every concert but is not considered an official member of the band. Singer Rubén Albarran and bassist Enrique Rangel met while studying graphic design at Metropolitan Autonomous University in Mexico City


* Stockholm School of Economics * Rendsburg, Germany * Växjö, Sweden * Viana do Castelo (Viana do Castelo Municipality), Portugal thumb Nilsson as Ophelia, caricatured by André Gill, 1868. (Image:Gill-Nillson.jpg) Christina Nilsson was born '''Kristina Jonasdotter''' in the village of Sjöabol, near Växjö, Småland, to the peasants Jonas Nilsson and Cajsa-Stina Månsdotter. From her earliest years, she demonstrated vocal talent. She taught herself to play

on the violin and flute, and sang in the peasants' fairs in Sweden with her brother. She was discovered by a prominent civil servant when, aged 14, she was performing at a market in Ljungby (Ljungby, Sweden). He soon became her patron, enabling her to have vocal training. She was a pupil of Franz Berwald for two years. birth_date Biography and works


countries. The charanga uses double bass, cello, violins, flute, piano, paila criolla and güiro. This change in instrumental set-up is illustrated in Early Cuban bands. Danzonete Early danzons were purely instrumental. The first to introduce a vocal part was Aniceto Diaz in 1927 in Matanzas: ''Rompiendo la rutina''. Later, the black singer Barbarito Diez joined the charanga of Antonio María Romeu in 1935 and, over the years, recorded

''tumba'', ''llamador'' and ''quinto'') or, alternatively, wooden boxes (cajones (Cajón)) may be used. Also used are claves and, sometimes, spoons. There is always a vocal element, African in style, but sung in Spanish: call and response (call and response (music)) vocals. There were three basic rumba forms in the last century: columbia (columbia (dance)), guaguancó and yambú. The Columbia, played in 6 8 time, was danced only by men, often as a solo dance, and was swift

Ferrol, Galicia

until just after midday on 31 August, when it became clear that one of them was a 74 gunner and together, they were more than a match for the ''Boadicea''. He nevertheless continued to close and tested the Frenchmen's resolve with a broadside. After an ineffectual but vocal reply had revealed to him that the French ships were fully manned and armed, Maitland brought his ship about and began to escape. The French attempted to pursue but were unable to catch the ''Boadicea

Shuyang County

(simplified Chinese: 淮海戏, traditional Chinese: 淮海戲) is a form of local traditional Chinese theatre which combines musics, vocal performance, and dance. Some plays even contain mime, acrobatics, and Kung fu (Kung fu (term)). It was created in the 19th century and fully developed in the World War II. The form is popular in Shuyang, Suqian, Lianyungang and Yancheng, with the dialect of Shuyang as the standard pronunciation. Huaihai Opera was born in the years around the 1830s


in 1946, to the colony's Northern House of Assembly, and to the Legislative Assembly in 1947. As a legislator, he was a vocal advocate of the rights of northern Nigeria, and together with Alhaji Ahmadu Bello, who held the hereditary title of ''Sardauna'' of Sokoto, he founded the Northern People's Congress (NPC). Here Hornemann lived until June 1799, going thence to the city of Tripoli, whence in August of the same year he despatched his journals to London. He

Port Antonio

International Airport Boscobel Aerodrome *Port Antonio, Ken Jones Aerodrome '''The Ethiopians''' were a ska, rocksteady, and reggae vocal group (singing), founded by Leonard Dillon (9 December 1942, Port Antonio, Jamaica &ndash; 28 September 2011), Stephen Taylor and Aston Morris. portal to Reggae music...(Biography The Ethiopians&#93;) <

São Luís, Maranhão

musician who worked as the conductor of the corps marching band. Alcione was introduced to the traditional Brazilian music by her father. At the age of thirteen, she was already able to give vocal performance in college parties. At this same age, she began to study clarinet, and then learnt to play the trumpet. ** Asé Yangba Oloroke ti Efon (male or female leadership) ** Casa de Nago (in São Luís (São Luís, Maranhão), state of Maranhão) ** Ilé Axé Obá Ogunté (Sítio do Pai Adão

East Kalimantan

music of the Middle East is generally homophonic, although polyphony is also an important texture, while Chinese music is generally thought to be homophonic, since instruments typically provide accompaniment in parallel fourths and fifths and often double the voice in vocal music, heterophony also being common in China. Picken, Laurence. "Instrumental Polyphonic Folk Music in Asia Minor," ''Proceedings of the Royal Musical Association'', 80th

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