music

m04The music:

Not only since “Buena Vista Social Club“ people in these parts know that music is an essential part of the Cuban culture. Thus music also plays different, but always important roles for the protagonists.014 Ranging from classical “Boleros” and “Sons” to modern Cuban pop music or the up-to-date Latin-American “Reggaeton” (which is not yet very popular here): music has a decisive function in connecting or differentiating the individual life stories of the protagonists from one another. The music forms a directed frame for the documentary parts and is also perceptible as such.

 

Original music:

“Yo voy caminando”
lyrics, composition and interpreter: m05
Michael Espinosa Rodríguez;
2. guit.: Arquimedes Matos Oduando

“Rumores”
lyrics, composition and interpreter:
Michael Espinosa Rodríguez;
2. guit.: Arquimedes Matos Oduando

m08“Mitad manzana, mitad mamey”
lyrics, composition and interpreter:
Reggeaton grupo “Transes”, San José

 

New interpretationes:

“El Pecado Original“Marco Flick bei den Tonaufnahmen mit I.& M.& M
lyrics and composition: Pedro Pablo Milanes Arias
© BMG Music Publishing Spain S.A.
courtesy of Musik-Edition Discoton GmbH
(BMG Misic Publishing Germany)
Interpreter: Michael Espinosa Rodríguez

„Ay amor“
Tlyrics and composition: Ignacio Jacinto Villa Fernandez
© EML, EGREM Cuba
Interpreter: Michael Espinosa Rodríguez

“Soy Rebelde”m02
Text / letra / lyrics: Purificación Casas Romero
composition: Manuel Alejandro
© BMG Music Publishing Mexico S.A. de C.V.
courtesy of Musik-Edition Discoton GmbH
(BMG Misic Publishing Germany)
Interpreters: Ahmed Esponda Pérez „Isabel“ (voz),
Michael Espinosa Rodríguez (guit)

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Michael, Isabel, Arquimedes bei den Tonaufnahmen klein