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Pregonera (1945)

Flower Girl [1] lyrics by José Rótulo music by Alfredo De Angelis Blonde and ivory princess, she was queen of my idealistic youthful dreams: the one who peddled flowers on an April day, I remember her on the streets of Paris. A red rose for you sir, as red as the longings of love, white roses … Continue reading

Griseta (1924)

Grisette[1] lyrics by José González Castillo A strange cross between Musette and Mimi, with the caresses of Rodolfo and Schaunard, [2] she was the flower of Paris that the dream of a novel brought to the arrabal. And in the crazy ramblings of the cabaret the sweet melody of some tough-guy tango encouraged her illusions: she … Continue reading

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