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Carle Costa - Corazon, Horizonet y Rio For Guitar Solo. Guitar Solo sheet music. Intermediate.

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Carle Costa - Corazon, Horizonet y Rio For Guitar Solo. Guitar Solo bladmusiek. Intermediêre.

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Carle Costa - Corazon, Horizonet y Rio For Guitar Solo composed by Carle Costa. For Guitar. Saddle-stitched. Intermediate. Book. 12 pages. Published by Chanterelle. MB.ECH1773. ISBN 9790204717736. 9 x 12 inches. One could think of Corazi. n, horizonte y ri. o - heart, horizon and river as a sort of haiku or picture. It is a sort of candombe, in a kind of quiet and personal way, but it is always a candombe, music and dance from and developed by the black people on both sides of the Ri. o de la Plata, Uruguay - Argentina, Montevideo - Buenos Aires. Although each of both these coasts gives the candombe its own special character and particularities, its basis is in the drums and syncopated rhythms of its African heritage, one of the most important characteristics of Latin-American music. The milonga and the milongi. n have their origin in the candombe, just as the tango has. Perhaps this music speaks about the contemplation of the horizon, the sky and the river from each one of these shorelines. The horizon appears as a mirror of our hopes and longing, or maybe it is just the line of the mouth, with the upper lip defining the sky and the lower lip the water, while this mouth quotes poems in the language of the waves.

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Carle Costa - Corazon, Horizonet y Rio For Guitar Solo composed by Carle Costa. Vir Guitar. Saddle-gestik. Intermediêre. Book. 12 bladsye. Gepubliseer deur Chanterelle. MB.ECH1773. ISBN 9790204717736. 9 x 12 duim. One could think of Corazi. n, horizonte y ri. o - heart, horizon and river as a sort of haiku or picture. It is a sort of candombe, in a kind of quiet and personal way, but it is always a candombe, music and dance from and developed by the black people on both sides of the Ri. o de la Plata, Uruguay - Argentina, Montevideo - Buenos Aires. Although each of both these coasts gives the candombe its own special character and particularities, its basis is in the drums and syncopated rhythms of its African heritage, one of the most important characteristics of Latin-American music. The milonga and the milongi. n have their origin in the candombe, just as the tango has. Perhaps this music speaks about the contemplation of the horizon, the sky and the river from each one of these shorelines. The horizon appears as a mirror of our hopes and longing, or maybe it is just the line of the mouth, with the upper lip defining the sky and the lower lip the water, while this mouth quotes poems in the language of the waves.