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BGM 6 CD - ANDALUCIA

$19.00

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MUJI sources music from around the world, and aims to put a spotlight on international musicians that highlight local traditional melodies.

This audio CD features music from the Andalusian region in Southern Spain.

Andalusia is a region with a rich culture and a strong Spanish identity. It is the most populous autonomous community in Spain and is well known for flamenco dancing and Hispano-Moorish architectural styles. It was also the birthplace of Pablo Picasso and Antonio Banderas.

Track List

  1. Bajamar - Universitas 
  2. Los cuatro muleros - Guitarras en la noche
  3. Guajira de la cala - Fernando Maria Cuarteto
  4. Ay Carmela - Universitas
  5. Reverberando - Fernando Maria Cuarteto
  6. Los campanilleros de Sevilla - Guitarras en la noche
  7. Duerme mi nina - Emilio Grueso (piano), David Moniz (violin)
  8. Alegria sevillana - Universitas
  9. Malaguena - Fernando Maria Cuarteto
  10. A mi hija Maria - Emilio Grueso (piano)
  11. El mondigon - Guitarras en la noche
  12. Solea del Carmen - Fernando Maria Cuarteto
  13. Julio Romero de Torres - Universitas
  14. Passeando - Fernando Maria Cuarteto
  15. Tanguillo de Cadiz - Universitas
  16. Campanas de Belen - Guitarras en la noche

Product Details

Year of Release: 2004

Number of Discs: 1

Material: Acrylic, Polycarbonate

Dimension: 150x130x20mm 

Country/Region of Origin: Japan

Additional Information:

  • Compact discs are not indestructible and poor handling can degrade the sound and shorten the life of your CD
  • Improperly handled discs can easily become scratched and dirty which tend to have reduced sound quality because your player's error correction can only guess at the sound information that is unreadable underneath debris
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  • Clean only the bottom (non-labeled) side of the disc. Dirt on the top (labeled) side of the disc will not effect playback. Also, the plastic coating on the top side is very thin and can be easily damaged (which will effect playback)