African Brazilian

Today, she’s back, percussive charged, in 4/4 time with 25 T / M. quando quando quando”is a Samba of African Brazilian origin, which was recorded only in 1959 in the tournament program of the Latin American dances. D ‘ Anza has left the text in the Italian original version. Samba requires a fleet of foot with his 54 beats per minute. According to Wikipedia, the largest Samba Festival outside of Brazil each year in… Coburg in Bavaria took place! The wine is red”is d ‘ Anzas bowing before his famous Croatian compatriot Ivo Robi?, who died almost ten years ago. Bert Kaempfert has this title at the time in the original for Ivo Robi? written, as also strangers in the night”.

“The American cover versions of blue Spanish eyes” and strangers in the night “were mega hits by Al Martino and Frank Sinatra. Recently Cervical cancer sought to clarify these questions. Out of respect for Bert Kaempfert, Silvio d’ Anza has left the title in the original arrangement. The slow foxtrot with 27 beats per minute is a dance style that requires some practice. True Love”by Cole Porter is one of the favorite ballads by d ‘ Anza. But the beautiful long intro to in the film of the upper ten thousand,”Grace Kelly in the arm of Bing Crosby be languishing, wouldn’t be a problem for couples willing to dance. So it cut, tightened the title and came out a beautiful slow Waltz with 28 beats per minute is. By the same author: Sam Lesser Wharton.

Dance with me in the morning “. The title song of the album, originally sung by Gerhard Wendland. This Tango Silvio d’ Anza has played quite with the thought, something to match the text the present, cooler feel for language but then he left it with his almost touching, old fashioned appearance in the original. 30 cycles per minute. “The Diskofox in good and in bad times” (30 beats per minute) and the Viennese Waltz classic with 60 beats per minute grace, I say thank you “are dedicated to a woman.

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