Luis Miguel Selections From Romance Segundo Romance And Romances Songbook

Author: Luis Miguel
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 1458452298
Size: 31.80 MB
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(Piano/Vocal/Guitar Artist Songbook). A collection of 19 sensuous songs from three albums by this wildly popular, Grammy-winning Mexican artist, including: Besame Mucho (Kiss Me Much) * Contigo En La Distancia * El Reloj * Historia De Un Amor * Inolvidable * La Barca * La Puerta * Mucho Corazon * Noche De Ronda (Be Mine Tonight) * Nosotros * Sin Ti * Todo Y Nada * Uno * Usted * Voy a Apagar La Luz/Contigo Aprendi * You Belong to My Heart * and more.

Luis Miguel La Historia Luis Miguel The Story

Author: Javier Leon Herrera
Publisher: Aguilar
ISBN: 9781947783119
Size: 31.55 MB
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La biograf�a autorizada del cantante Luis Miguel escrita por un destacado periodista del mundo del espect�culo y bi�grafo notable. Desde muy peque�o, Luis Miguel ha cautivado con su voz a millones de personas, su encanto y gracia durante la ni�ez dieron paso a un adolescente carism�tico que derret�a el coraz�n de miles de seguidoras. En plena madurez, su talento a�n es motivo de atenci�n y entrega del p�blico. Sus discos se venden por millares y quienes lo han visto en el escenario han quedado cautivados por sus interpretaciones, dominio esc�nico y potencia expresiva en el escenario. �Pero qu� hay detr�s de ese ni�o luminoso y de amplia sonrisa? �Qu� secretos encierra el adolescente que de pronto se vio envuelto en esc�ndalos familiares, mitos y realidades sobre sus padres y confusi�n existencial? �Por qu� el hermetismo de Luis Miguel ante los medios de comunicaci�n? �Qu� representa ese silencio, esa conducta evasiva? �Qui�nes han sido sus verdaderos amores en la vida? �Cu�l es el trato que tiene con sus hijos, su familia, sus seres queridos? El destacado periodista del mundo del espect�culo y bi�grafo notable de algunas celebridades, Javier Le�n Herrera, devela en este libro c�mo fue la verdadera infancia de Luis Miguel, qu� relaci�n ten�a con su madre y su padre, el entonces cantante Luisito Rey; con qui�n conviv�a, qu� amigos lo acompa�aron a dar el salto al �xito, c�mo logro posicionarse como el cantante mexicano con mayor reconocimiento mundial en nuestros d�as, qu� repercusiones tuvieron en su vida privada el rotundo �xito en Europa y Am�rica. Espl�ndidamente documentado, este libro es un retrato �ntimo del cantante, sus amores juveniles, sus heridas sentimentales y su vida rodeada por el misterio y la cercan�a de s�lo unos pocos elegidos. Luis Miguel: mi historia, es un acercamiento autorizado a la vida del s�per estrella musical, el amante y el padre de familia, una mirada al ni�o envuelto en un torbellino familiar y al cantante consolidado que seduce multitudes. En estas p�ginas el lector comprobar� que detr�s del Sol aclamado tambi�n hay una noche oscura donde amor, tristeza y esperanza se unen para definir la figura del cantante. ENGLISH DESCRIPCION Singer Luis Miguel''s authorized biography, written by a noted biographer and distinguished journalist for the world of show business. From a very young age, Luis Miguel has captivated millions of people with his voice. His charm and grace during childhood gave way to a charismatic teenager who melted the hearts of thousands of followers. As an adult, his talent still inspires the public''s attention and dedication. His albums sell by the thousands and those who have seen him on stage have left entranced by his performance, stage presence, and expressive power. But what lies behind that dazzling, smiling child? What secrets haunt the teenager who suddenly found himself wrapped up in family scandals, myths and reality about his parents, and existential confusion? What is the reason for Luis Miguel''s reclusiveness with regard to the media? What does that silence, that evasiveness mean? Who have been the loves of his life? What is the relationship that he has with his children, his family, his loved ones? In this book, distinguished journalist for the world of show business and notable celebrity biographer Javier Le�n Herrera reveals what Luis Miguel''s childhood was really like; what relationship he had with his mother and his father, then-singer Luisito Rey; who he got along with; which friends accompanied him on his rise to fame; how he managed to position himself as the most well-known Mexican singer of our time; what repercussions his resounding success in Europe and the Americas had on his private life. Splendidly documented, this book is an intimate portrait of the singer, his young loves, his sentimental wounds, and his life surrounded by mystery and the closeness of a chosen few. Luis Miguel: My Story is an authorized entrance into the life of the musical superstar, the lover and father, a look at the child ensnared in a family whirlwind, and at the established singer who seduces the masses. In these pages, readers will find that behind the acclaimed sun, there is also a dark night where love, sadness, and hope unite to fully define the singer.

Latin Music Musicians Genres And Themes 2 Volumes

Author: Ilan Stavans
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 0313343969
Size: 46.24 MB
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This definitive two-volume encyclopedia of Latin music spans 5 centuries and 25 countries, showcasing musicians from Celia Cruz to Plácido Domingo and describing dozens of rhythms and essential themes. • Covers nearly every conceivable aspect of Latin music across almost 1,000 pages of insightful, authoritative information • Makes clear to readers how diverse and varied "Latin music" is in its integration of influences as unexpected as the Arab world and Russia, and results from European and aboriginal cultures intermingling throughout history • Examines why the United States in general continues to be the epicenter of Latin music and how cities such as New York and Los Angeles influence modern Latin music

George Kennan On The Spanish American War

Author: Frank Jacob
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319674536
Size: 17.59 MB
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This book presents a critical edition of the lecture “Cuba and the Cubans” by George Kennan the Elder, with a wide-ranging introduction examining its influence on American public opinion of the Spanish-American War. A well-known journalist and travel writer, George Kennan went to Cuba in 1898 to report on the war and conditions on the island for American readers. After the war, he delivered his lecture “Cuba and the Cubans” to audiences across the United States, depicting a backwards, inferior culture unprepared for independence. Frank Jacob’s introduction offers rich context for his life, lecture, and influence, arguing that he contributed to the shift in public perception of Cuba from respected ally to wayward neighbor in need of American intervention. This critical edition illuminates the interaction between journalism, public opinion, and U.S. foreign policy at a key moment in the U.S.-Cuban relationship that still reverberates today.

Shadows Of Empire

Author: David T. Garrett
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521846349
Size: 59.86 MB
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This 2005 book traces the history of the late colonial Andean elite and their privilege and authority.