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Nati Mistral - La Violetera Album
Latin / Country, Folk, World
Performer: Nati Mistral
Title: La Violetera
Country US
Label Montilla
Catalog Number FM-126
Genre: Latin / Country, Folk, World
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 365
MP3 size: 2000 mb
FLAC size: 1060 mb
WMA size: 2092 mb
Record From: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono

Nati Mistral - La Violetera Album

Tracklist

1Tus Ojitos Negros
Written-By – Vivas, Barta
2Ay, Cipriano!
Written-By – Martínez Abades
3Rosa De Madrid
Written-By – Soriano, Barta
4Monisima
Written-By – Laredo
5Bajo Los Puentes De Paris
Written-By – Rodor, Scotto
6Es Mi Hombre
Written-By – Maurice Yvain
7El Polichinela
Written-By – Valverde, José Juan Cadenas, Torregrosa
8Agua Que No Has De Beber
Written-By – Martínez Abades
9Bajo El Cielo De Madrid
Written-By – Padilla
10Frou-Frou
Written-By – Henri Chatau
11Mimosa
Written-By – Martínez Abades
12La Violetera
Written-By – Montesinos, Padilla
13Flor De Te
Written-By – Martínez Abades
14Mala Entraña
Written-By – Martínez Abades

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FM-126Nati Mistral Nati Mistral ‎(LP, Album, RE)MontillaFM-126Puerto RicoUnknown
ML 606Nati Mistral La Violetera ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Diversion ML 606VenezuelaUnknown
FM-126Nati Mistral La Violetera ‎(LP, Album, Mono)MontillaFM-126PeruUnknown
ZV-661Nati Mistral Nati Mistral ‎(LP, Album)ZafiroZV-661Spain1972
50612258Nati Mistral Nati Mistral ‎(CD, Album, RE)Zafiro50612258Spain1991

Credits

  • Arranged ByJosé Olmedo
  • Conductor, Directed ByDaniel Montorio
  • OrchestraOrquesta Montilla

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (SIDE ONE): J8-OP-4085
  • Matrix / Runout (SIDE TWO): J8-OP-4086

Album

Listen to La Violetera from Nati Mistral's Grandes Exitos Vol. 1 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Nati Mistral Natividad Macho Álvarez, 13 December 1928 - 20 August 2017 was a Spanish actress and copla singer. Born in Madrid, Spain, she entered the conservatory, where she studied singing and music. Still being an adolescent, she entered a children's company performing shows for children at the 'Teatro Español de la Plaza de Santa Ana' in Madrid. This way, she was hired several times to act in groups or with little roles in the classic theatre plays offered by Cayetano Luca de Tena, who was the director of the theatre at that time. Nati Mistral. 트랙 목록 숨기기 크레딧. La Violetera. Written-By Montesinos , Padilla. Written-By Martínez Abades. Flor De Te. La Violetera LP, Album, Mono. Diversion 3. ML 606. 이 버전 판매. ZV-661. Nati Mistral LP, Album. La Violetera is a 1914 cuplé song, with the rhythm of a habanera, composed by José Padilla and with lyrics by Eduardo Montesinos, originally performed by Carmen Flores and popularized by Raquel Meller first and by Sara Montiel later. The instrumental version is also popular as a tango. In Spanish, a Violetera is a woman who sells violets. The song was composed in 1914 by José Padilla during his stay in Paris as director of the orchestra of the Casino de Paris music hall. The lyricist was Eduardo. Album 1992 14 Songs. Pop Latino 1992. La Violetera - 101 Strings. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises La Violetera Nati Mistral Grandes Exitos 2011 Efen Records Released on: 2011-05-15 Auto-generated by Mistral's Album La Violetera. Listen to all tracks of La Violetera for free. Es Mi Hombre - Nati Mistral. Tus Ojitos Negros - Nati Mistral. Bajo El Cielo De Madrid - Nati Mistral. Agua Que No Has De Beber - Nati Mistral. Ay, Cipriano - Nati Mistral. Similar Artists. Nati Mistral La Violetera. Artist: Nati Mistral, Song: La Violetera, Duration: 3:59, File type: mp3. Sara Montiel, Jorge Mistral, Maurice Ronet. Next . La mujer perdida 1966. In LA VIOLETERA, a lavish Italo-Spanish co-produced musical a rarity in itself, Spanish entertainment legend singer, actress, cabaret performer, etc. Sarita Montiel is at her zenith. This film, released in 1958 was a sensation in the Spanish speaking world, and newer generations know it and see it over and over again with their kids