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  • 41 Telenovela — A Escrava Isaura ( Isaura the Slave ), a 2004 Brazilian telenovela based on an 1875 abolitionist romance novel A telenovela is a limited run serial dramatic programming popular in Latin American, Portuguese, and Spanish television programming.… …

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  • 42 Greyish Saltator — Taxobox name = Greyish Saltator image width = 240px image caption = status = LC status system = iucn3.1 regnum = Animalia phylum = Chordata classis = Aves subclassis = Neornithes infraclassis = Neognathae superordo = Neoaves ordo = Passeriformes… …

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  • 43 List of ships of the line of Spain — This is a list of Spanish battleships of the period 1640 1858: Those with 94 or more guns were three deckers. Many had alternate but official names.*Algeciras (1766, displacement 1673 t, length 70,6 m, width 14,8 m, draft 6,9 m, crew 712)… …

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  • 44 Ray Barretto — a.k.a. King of the Hard Hands (April 29, 1929 – February 17, 2006), was a Grammy Award winning Puerto Rican jazz musician, widely credited as the godfather of Latin jazz. He was also the first Hispanic to record a Latin song which became a hit in …

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  • 45 Haketia — (also written as Hakitia or Haquitía) is a largely extinct Jewish Moroccan language, also known as Djudeo Spañol or Ladino Occidental (western Ladino), that was spoken on the Northeast coast of Morocco in Tetuan, Tangiers and the Spanish towns of …

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  • 46 Magdalena Sánchez — Background information Also known as Queen of the Venezuelan song Born April 9, 1915 …

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  • 47 Ships Built in the Shipyards of El Ferrol between 1750 and 1909 — Wooden, Iron and Steel Ships built in the Shipyards of the Naval Station of El Ferrol, in North western Spain, between 1750 and 1909. [ Between the years 1808 and 1825, coinciding with the emancipation of the Spanish Colonies in America, and the… …

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  • 48 Trova — is one of the great roots of the Cuban music tree. In the 19th century there grew up in Oriente, and especially Santiago de Cuba, a group of itinerant musicians, troubadors, who moved around earning their living by singing and playing the guitar …

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  • 49 Tránsito Cocomarola — Mario del Tránsito Cocomarola (San Cosme, Corrientes, August 15, 1918 September, 19 1974) was an Argentine musician and folklorist, one of the most influential figures of chamamé. Among its wide repertoire of about 400 compositions, including… …

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  • 50 Chicho Ibáñez — Chicho Ibáñez, born José Ibáñez Noriega (Corral Falso,[1] 22 November 1875 – Havana, 18 May 1981)[2] was the longest lived and one of the most important members of the Cuban trova. He was significant because, unlike most of the others, he… …

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  • 51 Гильен-де-Кастро — (D. Guillen de Castro y Belvis) выдающийся испанский драматург (1569 1627). Рано развившийся поэтический талант сделал из него видного деятеля тогдашнего весьма известного литературного кружка, или академии Los Nocturnos . В общем, однако, жизнь… …

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  • 52 Гильен де Кастро — (D. Guillen de Castro y Belvis) выдающийся испанский драматург (1569 1627). Рано развившийся поэтический талант сделал из него видного деятеля тогдашнего весьма известного литературного кружка, или академии Los Nocturnos . В общем, однако, жизнь… …

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  • 53 Barretto — Ray Barretto (* 29. April 1929 in Brooklyn, New York City; † 17. Februar 2006 in Hackensack, New Jersey) war ein US amerikanischer Jazz Musiker (Perkussionist) des Latin Jazz, einer Mischung aus Jazz und lateinamerikanischer Musik, mit einer… …

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  • 54 Cervantes — Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra [miˈɣel ðe θeɾˈβantes sa.aˈβeðɾa] (* vermutlich 29. September 1547 in Alcalá de Henares, getauft am 9. Oktober 1547 in Alcázar de San Juan; † 23. April 1616 in Madrid) war ein spanische …

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  • 55 Glosse (Gedichtform) — Die Gedichtform der Glosse wurde von den Brüdern August Wilhelm Schlegel und Friedrich Schlegel in Deutschland bekannt gemacht, ursprünglich stammt sie aus Spanien. Ihre Strophenform heißt Dezime. Die Glosse hat vier Strophen zu je zehn Zeilen,… …

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  • 56 Miguel de Cervantes — Saavedra Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra [miˈɣel ðe θeɾˈβantes sa.aˈβeðɾa] (* vermutlich 29. September 1547 in Alcalá de Henares, getauft am 9. Oktober 1547 in Alcalá de Henares[1]; † 23. April …

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  • 57 Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra — [miˈɣel ðe θeɾˈβantes sa.aˈβeðɾa] (* vermutlich 29. September 1547 in Alcalá de Henares, getauft am 9. Oktober 1547 in Alcázar de San Juan; † 23. April 1616 in Madrid) war ein spanische …

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  • 58 Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra — Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra [miˈɣel ðe θeɾˈβantes sa.aˈβeðɾa] (* vermutlich 29. September 1547 in Alcalá de Henares, getauft am 9. Oktober 1547 in Alcázar de San Juan; † 23. April 1616 in Madrid) war ein spanische …

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  • 59 Jimmy Bosch — est un tromboniste (surnommé El Trombón Criollo) et directeur musical de son propre supergroupe de salsa, né le 18 octobre 1959 à Jersey City et qui à grandi Hoboken dans le New Jersey. Il est le quatrième de neuf enfants d’une famille… …

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  • 60 Juan Del Encina — (Encina de San Silvestre, Salamanque 1468 1469; 1533) est un poète, musicien et dramaturge espagnol ayant vécu à l époque des Rois Catholiques. Sommaire 1 Biographie 2 Œuvres …

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