Gipsy Kings performs their hit song “Un Amor” (English: “One Love”), live in Washington D.C. It is a single released on 8 November 1988.
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Catalan singer Maria Del Mar Bonet singing an amazing version of A bouquet of jasmine (Bir demet yasemen) with her band at the Lotus World Music and Arts Festival, September 2003.
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“Zingarella” is a 1988 hit song by Gaston Ghrenassia, known by his stage name Enrico Macias, particularly in Israel and Turkey upon his tour in both countries.
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“Thalassa” is a song by the Greek singer-songwriter Yiannis Parios. Thalassa \th(a)-lassa, thal(as)-sa\ is a girl’s name is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Thalassa is “sea, ocean” the personification of the sea).
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Chilean instrumental and vocal folk music ensemble Inti-Illimani Histórico performs Llanto de luna (Crying Moon), a “bolero” (1) by the popular the Cuban music director, pianist, composer and arranger Julio Gutiérrez (January 12, 1918 – December 15, 1990). Live performance from their 2006 album named “Esencial”.
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English tenor Ian Bostridge sings “The Little Turtle Dove”, a traditional English folk song collected by Cecil Sharp, the founding father of the folklore revival in England in the early 20th century.
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Celtic Woman, Nina Simone and Christy Moore versions of the famous Scottish-American folk song “Black Is the Colour (Of My True Love’s Hair)”.
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“The Rose” (also known as “Some say love”) is a pop song written by Amanda McBroom made famous by Bette Midler in the 1979 movie The Rose. Since then it has been covered many times by a variety of artists. The version below is by André Rieu, also known as the “Waltz King”.
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