Susana Seivane - Alma De Buxo mp3 album
Susana Seivane is the eponymous debut album by Galician gaita (bagpipes) player Susana Seivane, released in 1999. The album has a wide diversity of time-signatures. The arrangements are done by Rodrigo Romani of Milladoiro, Brais Maceiras and Seivane. This is her most traditional album till now, with no rock elements, and many traditional songs. Seivane sang two songs (tracks 5 and 12) the first solo, the second with Sonia Lebedynski, sung in Gallego
Performers like Carlos Nuñez and Susana Seivane have made the Galician pipes come of age. And with this record, she's done something very beautiful.
From 1999, when Susana Seivane issued her first album, the gaiteira gave many concerts and participated in festivals in Spain, other European countries and the United States and receiving praise from the public and from critics. Susana Seivane (1999). Mares de tempo (2004). Os soños que volven (2009).
Album · 2001 · 13 Songs. Chao - Curuxeiras (Xosé Manuel Seivane). 12. Chao - Curuxeiras. 13. Marcha Procesional Dos Cineo de Galicia.
Vai de Poleas, 03:48. Sainza - Riofrío, 04:07. Roseiras de Abril, 04:01. Rumba Para Susi, 04:28. Vals Bretón - Muiñeira Picada, 04:53. Na Terra de Trasancos, 03:22. Chao - Curuxeiras, 03:27.
Chao Curuxeiras - Susana Seivane. Listen to Alma De Buxo in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Susana Seivane (1999). With her second album Alma de Buxo produced by herself, under the artistic supervision of Rodrigo Romaní, Seivane consolidated her position as a Galician musician in the field of folk music. In this album, important artists such as Uxía Senlle, Kepa Junkera and Rodrigo Romaní have made their contributions. A contribution from her grandfather Xosé Seivane is notable. As an innovation, in this piece of work she introduced drums and bass guitar and included some of her own compositions. Susana Seivane is the eponymous debut album by Galician gaita (bagpipes) player Susana Seivane, released in 1999. Seivane sang two songs (tracks 5 and 12) the first solo, the second with Sonia Lebedynski, sung in Gallego. The liner notes contain a photograph of her playing bagpipes in a procession in folk costume at the age of three. From a technical point of view "Xota dos 28 puntos" has the most complex playing technique.
|1||Vai De Polcas|
|3||Saínza - Riofrío|
|4||Roseiras De Abril|
|6||Rumba Para Susi|
|7||Vals Breton - Muiñeira Picada|
|8||Na Terra De Trasancos|
|9||Muiñeira De Alén|
|10||Ti E Máis Eu|
|11||Chao - Curuxeiras. Xosé Manuel Seivane|
|12||Chao - Curuxeiras. Susana Seivane|
|13||Marcha Procesional Dos Cineo De Galicia - Aturuxeira|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 804071020420
- Label Code: LC 12031