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Antonio Arcaño - Mambo, Corta La Cana mp3 download

Performer: Antonio Arcaño
Title: Mambo, Corta La Cana
Style: Salsa
Released: 1951
Size MP3 version: 1146 mb
Size FLAC version: 1587 mb
Size WMA version: 1226 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 242
Genre: Latin

Antonio Arcaño - Mambo, Corta La Cana mp3 download

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Danzon Mambo 1944-1951.

Arcaño y sus Maravillas was a Cuban charanga founded in 1937 by flautist Antonio Arcaño. Until its dissolution in 1958, it was one of the most popular and prolific danzón orchestras in Cuba, particularly due to the development of the danzón-mambo by its two main composers and musicians: Orestes López (piano, cello, bass) and his brother Israel López "Cachao" (bass)

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Antonio Arcaño described the "Mambo" as follows: "Mambo is a type of syncopated Montuno that possesses the rhythmic charm, informality and eloquence of the Cuban people. The pianist attacks the mambo, the flute picks it up and improvises, the violin executes rhythmic chords in double stops, the double bass inserts a "tumbao", the "timbalero" plays de cow-bell, the güiro scrapes and plays the "maracas" rhythm, the indispensable "tumba" (Conga drum) reaffirms the bass "tumbao" and strengthens the ‘timbal’.

Mambo" is a 1938 danzón nuevo ritmo by Antonio Arcaño y sus Maravillas. It was composed by the band's mentalist Orestes López. The piece includes a final section with syncopated montunos which would give rise to the mambo music genre popularized by Dámaso Pérez Prado and others. Antonio Arcaño (replaced by Eulogio Ortiz on 1951 recording) – flute.

This album was released in 1993 year. Format of the release is. CD, Compilation. The album included the following session artists: Bass. 14. Arcano Y Sus Maravillas - Corta La Caña mp3. 15. Arcano Y Sus Maravillas - Rapsodia En Azul mp3. 16. Arcano Y Sus Maravillas - Armoniosos De Amalia mp3.


Antonio Arcaño - Cello, Piano, Primary Artist