Alfredo De La Fé - ¡Con Toda La Salsa! mp3 album
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Other Versions (5 of 7) View All. Cat.MLPS 1026, 842 395-1. Alfredo de la Fé. Salsa! (LP, Album). Mango, Island Records. Salsa!
His second solo album, Alfredo, released in 1979, received a Grammy nomination for "Best Latin album. A child prodigy, de la Fe began studying violin at the Amadio Roldan Conservatory in Havana in 1962. Two years later, he received a scholarship to attend the Warsaw Conservatory in Poland. In 1965, he performed compositions by Mendelssohn and Tchaikovsky with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra at Carnegie Hall. A scholarship to Julliard Arts enabled him to further his studies
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His second solo album, Alfredo, released in 1979, received a Grammy nomination as "Best Latin album". A child prodigy, Alfredo's father who was a singer (a tenor of opera) in Havana, Cuba and sang on Cuban radio with Bienvenido León and Celia Cruz in the 1940s recognized his son's skills and encouraged his musical talent. Birth name. Alfredo Manuel De La Fé. Born. 6 February 1954 (age 65) Havana, Cuba. 1993 : "Con toda la salsa Alfredo De La Fé". 1995 : "La Salsa de Los Dioses". 2006 : "Alfredo De La Fé y Fruko (La Llave de Oro)". Guest Artist on Other Productions THIS IS A WORK IN PROGRESS. 1973 : "The Sun Of Latin Music" by Eddie Palmieri & Friends Con Lalo Rodriguez.
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Alfredo De La Fe ¡Con Toda La Salsa! Lp prensa venezuela. The hit off the album is the last track "Oyela Tocar" with its up tempo time and vocals and flute are the main but listen again to Alfredo De la Fe pluck his violin with the time between his bowing and he finishes the track with another one his exciting electric violin solos with just that touch of effect coming through his sound. Absolutely fabulous album that grows with every play. The albums appeal being, it is drenched in tradition with a modern contempary touch from 1982 and one of Alfredo De La Fe's best.
Alfredo De La Fé (born February 6, 1954, in Havana, Cuba, as Alfredo Manuel De La Fé) is a Cuban-born and New York-based violinist who lived in Colombia for more than 16 years and is responsible for transforming the violin into an important sound of Salsa and Latin music . 1992 : "Los violines de Alfredo De La Fé vol. 2: Sentir de Cuba".