Arcoiris de amor

by Cristina Azcuy Garcia and Papi Oviedo y su Soneros

Witty and bucolic, Papi Oviedo's songs show a deep love for the traditional son of his country, Cuba. This is a slow, sweet Bolero.

Papi Oviedo began to play professionally in the 1950s and over the years has developed a distinctive style, which relies on simplicity and space for its effect. Today he is widely regarded as the world's leading tres guitar player. Cristina Azcuy is undoubtedly one of Cuba's greatest female singers of the son genre, whose voice is flavored with passion, sentiment and happiness. Her style and energy is rooted in the Afro-European traditions of Cuba.


Cafe Cantante - 8pm

Cafe Cantante - 8pm

8pm is dedicated to the early evening when romatic ballads and appetizers put you on the road for the great experience that lies ahead. Spend an evening on a musical journey through Latin America and travel from the cool high Andes to the low hot tropics. 2am brings you to a relaxing jazzy end of th more…

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Tabaco & Ron: Cuban Compilation Volume Three

Tabaco & Ron: Cuban Compilation Volume Three

Roots Cuban rhythms bring us the full flavour of the biggest Caribbean island.In this Compilation you will find some of Cuban best muscians and a wide genres of Cuban history of Music.Chucho Valdes,tiburon,Papa Noel,Elio Reve,Felix baloy among others. A collection of Cuban son and Salsa by some of t more…

Artist: Cuban Compilation

Encuentro entre Soneros

Encuentro entre Soneros

Papi Oviedo y sus Soneros were formed in 1995 by 10 excelent musicians headed by Papi Oviedo after he left his key role as songwriter and tres player with Elio Reve. Papi Oviedo plays the traditional music of Cuba in the most pure style, with the tres and guitar. Thew songs include: Chan-Chan, Vivo more…

Artist: Papi Oviedo y su Soneros

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Papi Oviedo y su Soneros

Papi Oviedo y su Soneros (Group)

Papi oviedo considered to be Cuban top tres player.

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Lazaro Blanco Kindelan
Tumi Music (Editorial) Ltd
Bolero, Son and Ballad
Piano, Guitar, Tres, Trumpet, Vocals, Percussion and Maracas