by Carlos Miyares (Chaka), Domingo Candelario, Luis Alberto Vicet Vives(La Crema) and Yan Regueiro Garcia
There is a storm in your meadows in the maze of waiting
There's a song from the darkness, unsure where it is grown
It becomes its shade as jasmine leaf, putting the fear
Heart as an altar.
When dawn awakened only supposed rancor withered ideals
and there half hidden passion crocitan
He moved to see the mystery and fear make setting the altar of the Heart.
Trova is one of the great roots of the Cuban music tree. In the 19th century there grew up in Oriente, and especially Santiago de Cuba, a group of itinerant musicians, trovadores, who moved around earning their living by singing and playing the guitar. According to one writer, to qualify as a trovad more
Artist: Domingo Candelario
The saxophone player Carlos Miyares or better know as Chaka
Singer/song writer Domingo Candelario was born in the heart of La Havana, Cuba. As a child he was greatly influenced and inspired by the Brazilian music that his parents listened to. He went on to develop his own unique style within the "Nueva Trova" movement which began in the late '60s and has i more