Emilio Bobadilla Cáceres Y Su Conjunto Paraguayo - Siete Notas Musicales / Mi Último Adiós download album
- Album: Siete Notas Musicales / Mi Último Adiós
- FLAC: 1689 mb | MP3: 1317 mb
- Style: Polka, Guarania
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- Format: WMA MP1 AA TTA MOD MIDI AAC
Emilio Bobadilla Cceres was a Paraguayan songwriter He was born in Cerro Ver in the town of Piray Paraguay on March 3 1907 He was son of Ramn Bobadi.
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Mi Último Adiós (English; My Last Farewell ) is a poem written by Philippine national hero, Dr. José Rizal, on the eve of his execution by firing squad on December 30, 1896. The piece was one of the last notes he wrote before his death. Another that he had written was found in his shoe, but because the text was illegible, its contents remain a mystery.
che resay Reronasegui la ahayhueteva ombojojava pe kuarahy Adiós barquito nde ja rehoma con confianza rejejokuai Noticia triste ne cargamento para la rosa del Paraguay Talvez ñande ja ndaikatuveima che despresiagui upe nde sy Tahante che rosa del alma ani che kausa reiko asy. Reportar un problema. Get up to 3 months of free music.
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Emilio Bobadilla Cáceres was a Paraguayan songwriter. He was born in Cerro Verá, in the town of Pirayú, Paraguay, on March 3, 1907. He was son of Ramón Bobadilla and Isabel Cáceres. Still being a child he moved to Asunción, where he learned to play the tiple (a small guitar that served to the musical embellishment of the guitar plucking) and later the guitar. Since 1930 he lived in Buenos Aires, where he formed, along with Agustín Barboza, the duet Barboza-Cáceres.
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Emilio Bobadilla Cáceres. Emilio Bobadilla Cáceres. In 1939, with his brother Cristóbal Cáceres, he started a series of recordings using the name Dúo de los Hermanos Cáceres (The Brothers Cáceres Duet), until 1950, with the orchestra Ñande roga of Mauricio Cardozo Ocampo. He was founder and first president of Intérpretes de Folklore Asociados del Paraguay – IFAP (Associated Folklore Performers of Paraguay) and also was Vice President of APA in the ‘70s.
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|A||Siete Notas Musicales
Written-By – Emiliano R. Fernández
|B||Mi Último Adiós
Written-By – Emilio Bobadilla Cáceres, Lionel Enrique Lara
- Record Company – Industrias Eléctricas Y Musicales Odeón S.R.L.
- Arpa – Nicolás Barrios
- Guitar [Guitarras] – Castro*, Noguera*
- Vocals [Canta] – Dúo Barrios - Espínola
A - Canción Paraguaya / B - Purajhei
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A side label (Side indicator)): 33163 A
- Matrix / Runout (A side label): e 19590
- Matrix / Runout (A side runout groove, stamped): C 19590
- Matrix / Runout (B side label (Side indicator)): 33163 B
- Matrix / Runout (B side label): e 19591
- Matrix / Runout (B side runout groove, stamped): C 19591
- Price Code: Popular