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by Juanito Carabonita
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Joseph Haydn avait écrit Allegro pour piano à deux mains très vraisemblablement pour du piano, comme le laissent supposer certaines indications qui transparaissent sur les portées. Accordéon, flûte, harpe, guitare amplifiée, contrebasse, conviennent très bien aussi. Sous Licence Art Libre http://artlibre.org/licence/lal/ Under a Free Art License http://artlibre.org/licence/lal/en/
Topics: accordion, flute, recorder, harp, guitar
Folksoundomy: Music and Music Albums
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Productions Monpauvrelieu Juanito Carabonita’s recordings in 2012.
Topics: 2012, french pop
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08 Little Lamb (Maude Valérie White - Sir William Blake) Recorded October 16, 2011, in Old Ursuline Convent, New Orleans, by Harald Fearless Juanito Carabonita: organ, vocals; Yvette Makelele: vocals; Eustache Imsangyo, Martine Lemons: tenor sax; Ellee Tramita: guitar; Stan Green: bass; Pierre Saint-Marin: drums. Under a Cogito Arcanum License Little lamb, who made thee? Dost thou know who made thee Gave thee life and bade thhe feed By the stream and o’er the mead, Gave thee clothing of...
Topics: Maude Valerie White, rock, ballad, Cogito Arcanum
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Extase Poesie de Jean Lahor Musique de Henri Duparc Arrangement de Juanito Carabonita Interpretation de Juanito Carabonita et son Grand Orchestre de Varietes Enregistre le 30 avril 2011, Halmstad, Hallands Lan, Suede. Prise de son: Harald Fearless. Piano, direction: Juanito Carabonita; lead vocals: Roseline Carbon; second vocals: Remy Gillard; premiers violons: Andre Rideu, Juan Ivanto, Gerard Rojas, Antoine Drugi; second violons: Bastien Portefili, Arnaud Tochter, Pia Jackson, Richard Bonham;...
Topics: Henri Duparc, Jean Lahor, Henri Cazalis