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Opus Cuatro - Sinfonico mp3 download
Album · 2010 · 11 Songs. Sinfonico Opus Cuatro.
Conjunto Opus Cuatro, Buenos Aires (Buenos Aires, Argentina).
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1. Himno Nacional Argentino - Opus 4. 3:590:30. 2. Un Nuevo Tiempo - Opus 4. 3:500:30. 3. Levantate y Canta - Opus 4. 2:350:30. 4. La Cuna de Tu Hijo - Opus 4. 2:440:30. Listen to Canta Con los Coros Argentinos now. Listen to Canta Con los Coros Argentinos in full in the this site app.
ロフィール: Argentinian folk band founded in La Plata in 1968. First line-up comprised Alberto Hassán (first tenor vocals), Antonio Bugallo (second tenor), Lino Bugallo (baritone) and Federico Galiana (bass). In 1972 Aníbal Bresco replaced A. Bugallo, and in 1974 Hernando Irahola replaced L. Bugallo. More personnal changes followed along time, but still they are in active. Con América En La Sangre (LP, Album). XT 80016, XT-80 016. Argentina.
Opus Cuatro are an Argentine folk vocal quartet founded in La Plata in 1968. The group debuted on 10 July 1968 and become one of the most important vocal groups in Latin America, staying active since then without interruption. At the beginning of 2009, the quartet had carried out 7,100 performances in 450 cities worldwide, including 25 tours in Europe and nine in the United States.
Opus number: 1. Preludio Sinfonico. This file was selected as the media of the day for 19 June 2010. It was captioned as follows: English: Preludio Sinfonico in A major (Op. 1) by Giacomo Puccini. The Preludio Sinfonico was composed by the young Puccini for his final exam at Milan Conservatory in 1882. Although receiving poor critical reception upon its release, part of this work was reused by Puccini for Edgar and Le Villi operas. English: Preludio Sinfonico in A major (Op. 1) by Giacomo Puccini