Thank you.. to all the People who watch my Videos. I reached the first 2 Million Clicks! No use of Midifiles, all live played. Sorry for bad Cameraposition. Hope you like.
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Hello visitors, welcome to me playing along with the midi file from Gangnam Style. The file has been downloaded using Yamaha's Internet Direct Download function on the Tyros 4. So download it there, and have fun playing along! I wanted to keep in spirit with the original song, but give it my own twist, so on some parts, i improvise. The video from PSY was added and synchronized for your viewing pleasure! Have fun listening and watching, i know i had fun creating it for you! Kind regards, Ronald. ---------- Legal note: I do not own the Copyright to this music. I only share this for fun, being able to learn from other musicans, and not for profit. I don't earn money or get some other financial gain from uploading this song. If this is your composition, and you don't want me sharing it here on YouTube, just send me a personal message requesting me to remove the song. Don't forget to include the songname.
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My New Remix: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c4qVXmkZ4cE Popcorn: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YASYgWOUb5Q I played live on Yamaha PSR-S710 (Roland Style). Greetings, Piotr Zylbert. PS. Styl Rolanda pobrany z sieci i poddany lekkiej "obróbce" w equalizerze Yamahy. Scende la sera sulle spalle di un uomo che se ne va oltre la notte, nel suo cuore un segreto si porterà tra case e chiese una donna sta cercando chi non c'è più e nel tuo nome quanta gente non tornerà Libertà quanti hai fatto piangere senza te quanta solitudine fino a che avrà un senso vivere io vivrò per avere te Libertà quando un coro s'alzerà canterà per avere te C'è carta bianca sul dolore e sulla pelle degli uomini cresce ogni giorno il cinismo nei confronti degli umili ma nasce un sole nella notte e nel cuore dei deboli e dal silenzio l'amore rinascerà Libertà quanti hai fatto piangere senza te quanta solitudine fino a che avrà un senso vivere io vivrò per avere te Libertà quando un coro s'alzerà canterà per avere te Wieczór zastaje mężczyznę, który odchodzi Oprócz nocy w swoim sercu zabierze tajemnicę Wśród domów i kościołów kobieta szuka kogoś, kogo już nie ma I w Twoim imieniu ilu ludzi nie wróci Polski tekst: O wolności... ilu już przez Ciebie płakało Jaka samotność bez Ciebie Dopóki życie będzie miało sens Ja będę żył, aby mieć Ciebie O wolności... kiedy chór się podniesie Zaśpiewa, aby mieć Ciebie Wymazany z pamięci ból i życie ludzi Z każdym dniem rośnie cynizm w przeciwieństwie do pokory Ale wzejdzie słońce w nocy i w sercach słabszych I z tej ciszy miłość odrodzi się szukając Ciebie O wolności... ilu już przez Ciebie płakało Jaka samotność bez Ciebie Dopóki życie będzie miało sens Ja będę żył, aby mieć Ciebie O wolności... nigdy już więcej łez Jaka samotność bez Ciebie Dopóki życie będzie miało sens Ja będę żył, aby mieć Ciebie
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I hope that you liked it :) If you would like to support my passion, please visit... https://paypal.me/PZylbert Thanks a lot!!! I played live on Yamaha PSR-S710. Style from Internet. Greetings, Piotr Zylbert. Popcorn: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YASYgWOUb5Q New Remix on moXF6: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbjVAA_sflE
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https://www.oostendorp-muziek.nl/yamaha-psr-s750-keyboard-kopen In deze video laat Menno Beijer u de Latin styles horen van het nieuwe keyboard van Yamaha: de PSR-S750 Deze demonstratie is geproduceerd in eigen beheer. De demonstrateur is Menno Beijer.
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I hope that you liked it :) If you would like to support my passion, please visit... https://paypal.me/PZylbert Thanks a lot!!! I Played Live on Yamaha PSR-S710 - Style from Tyros. Greetings, Piotr Zylbert. "Belle" (Piękna) - singiel pochodzący z musicalu Notre-Dame de Paris, zaśpiewany przez Garou, Daniela Lavoie i Patricka Fiori. W angielskiej wersji utworu Patricka zastąpił Steve Balsamo. Piosenkę napisał Luc Plamondon, a skomponował Richard Cocciante. Największe sukcesy utwór osiągnął we Francji. Przez 60 tygodni przebywał na liście top 50, najlepiej sprzedających się singli we Francji. Przez radio RTL utwór został wybrany najpiękniejszą piosenką 50-lecia. Na belgijskiej liście bestsellerów przebywał przez 44 tygodnie i osiągnął jeden z największych sukcesów fonograficznych w tym kraju. W 1999 r. piosenka otrzymała nagrodę Victoire de la musique. Dzwonnik z Notre-Dame (fr. Notre-Dame de Paris) -- musical, którego premiera miała miejsce 18 września 1998 w Paryżu. Powstał w oparciu o powieść Victora Hugo Katedra Marii Panny w Paryżu. Spektakl prezentowany był w wielu miastach Francji, Belgii, Szwajcarii oraz w Quebecu. W Paryżu ponownie wystawiono go w grudniu 2005 roku. Wersja angielska grana jest od 2000 roku w Las Vegas oraz wystawiana była w Londynie. Powstały także liczne adaptacje w innych językach m.in. we włoskim i rosyjskim oraz angielskim. Tłumaczenie tekstu: Piękna To jest słowo, które zdaje się być stworzone dla niej Kiedy tańczy pokazuje swoje ciało Jak ptak co rozkłada skrzydła do lotu A ja czuję, jak piekło otwiera się u mych stóp Moje oczy patrzą pod cygańską sukienkę Po cóż mam się jeszcze modlić do Naszej Pani? Kto z nich pierwszy rzuci kamień Nie zasługuje, żeby żyć na ziemi. O Lucyferze! Pozwól mi tylko raz Przesunąć palcami po włosach Esmeraldy Piękna Czy to diabeł wcielony w niej Aby odwrócić wzrok od Boga wiecznego Umieścił we mnie tę cielesną żądzę Aby zapobiec mojemu spojrzeniu w niebo Nosi w sobie grzech pierworodny Pożądanie jej czyni mnie zbrodniarzem Ta, którą mieliśmy za uliczną dziewkę bez wartości Nagle zdaje się dźwigać krzyż ludzkości O Nasza Pani, Pozwól mi tylko raz Otworzyć drzwi ogrodu Esmeraldy Piękna Czy mimo wielkich, czarnych oczu które urzekają Może nadal być dziewicą? Kiedy się porusza obiecuje mi cuda Pod spódnicą w kolorze tęczy Ma ukochana, pozwól mi być niewiernym Zanim pójdziemy do ołtarza Który człowiek może odwrócić od niej wzrok Choćby miał za karę zmienić się w słup soli O Fleur-de-Lys Nie jestem człowiekiem wiary Zerwę kwiat miłości Esmeraldy Moje oczy patrzą pod cygańską sukienkę Po cóż mam się jeszcze modlić do Naszej Pani? Kto z nich pierwszy rzuci kamień Nie zasługuje, żeby żyć na ziemi. O Lucyferze! Pozwól mi tylko raz Przesunąć palcami po włosach Esmeraldy Esmeraldy... Tekst oryginalny piosenki: Belle C'est un mot qu'on dirait inventé pour elle Quand elle danse et qu'elle met son corps a jour Tel un oiseau qui étend ses ailes pour s'envoler Alors je sens l'enfer s'ouvrir sous mes pieds J'ai posé mes yeux sous sa robe de gitane A quoi me sert encore de prier Notre-Dame? Quel est celui qui lui jettera la premiere pierre Celui-la ne mérite pas d'etre sur terre Ô Lucifer ! Laisse-moi rien qu'une fois Glisser mes doigts dans les cheveux d'Esmeralda Belle Est-ce le diable qui s'est incarné en elle Pour détourner mes yeux du Dieu éternel Qui a mis dans mon etre ce désir charnel Pour m'empecher de regarder vers le Ciel Elle porte en elle le péché originel La désirer fait-il de moi un criminel Celle qu'on prenait pour une fille de joie une fille de rien Semble soudain porter la croix du genre humain Ô Notre-Dame ! Laisse-moi rien qu'une fois Pousser la porte du jardin d'Esmeralda Belle Malgré ses grands yeux noirs qui vous ensorcellent La demoiselle serait-elle encore pucelle Quand ses mouvements me font voir monts et merveilles Sous son jupon aux couleurs de l'arc-en-ciel Ma dulcinée laissez-moi vous etre infidele Avant de vous avoir menée jusqu'a l'autel Quel est l'homme qui détournerait son regard d'elle Sous peine d'etre changé en statue de sel Ô Fleur-de-Lys ! Je ne suis pas homme de foi J'irai cueillir la fleur d'amour d'Esmeralda J'ai posé mes yeux sous sa robe de gitane A quoi me sert encore de prier Notre-Dame Quel est celui qui lui jettera la premiere pierre Celui-la ne mérite pas d'etre sur terre O Lucifer ! Oh ! laisse moi rien qu'une fois Glisser mes doigts dans les cheveux d'Esmeralda Esmeralda...
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Tico Tico No Fuba By Rico Rico Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 And Roland G70 Klaus Wunderlich Style Tico-Tico no Fubá is the title of a renowned Brazilian choro music piece composed by Zequinha de Abreu in 1917. Its original title was Tico-Tico no Farelo, but since Brazilian guitarist Américo Jacomino Canhoto (1889 -- 1928) had a work with the same title, Abreu's work was given its present name in 1931. Choro (literally translated meaning lament) is also popularly known as chorinho in the affectionate diminutive form of Brazilian Portuguese. "Fubá" is a type of maize flour, and "tico-tico" is the name of a bird, the rufous-collared sparrow (Zonotrichia capensis). Hence, "tico-tico no fubá" means "tico-tico in the cornmeal". The first recording of the work was made by Orquestra Colbaz (Columbia 22029, 1931). Tico-Tico no Fubá was recorded and made popular internationally by Carmen Miranda (who performed it onscreen in Copacabana (1947)) and Ray Conniff. Another well known recording was made by first lady of the organ, Miss Ethel Smith on the Hammond organ. A biographical movie by the same title was produced in 1952 by the Brazilian film studio Companhia Cinematográfica Vera Cruz with Anselmo Duarte playing the main role. The song was also featured in the "Aquarela do Brasil" segment of the Walt Disney film Saludos Amigos (1942) and in Woody Allen's Radio Days (1987). It was also featured in the MGM film Bathing Beauty (1943). The expression also features in the lyrics to the song O Pato made famous by João Gilberto. The great flamenco guitarist Paco De lucia performed Tico, tico in 1967 Watch Watch Paco De Lucia Tico tico guitar version
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https://www.oostendorp-muziek.nl/yamaha-psr-s750-keyboard-kopen In deze video laat Menno Beijer u de styles horen in de categorie Dance/Folk van het nieuwe keyboard van Yamaha: de PSR-S750 Deze demonstratie is geproduceerd in eigen beheer. De demonstrateur is Menno Beijer.
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Zapraszam do wysłuchania składanki przebojów. Przepraszam za błędy i złe dobranie barwy na końcu.
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Tyros 4: My heart will go on - Celine Dion ("Theme from Titanic the movie") After seeing the new 3D version of the movie "Titanic", I finally ended this new upload after weeks of finetuning my registration. I'm using an external song-based style for this song. Voices from different Yamaha Premium Packs are used (PopAlto, FemaleBallad & PanFluteBallad). The extremely nice volume aftertouch of the PopAlto was very great to use in the song. The live recording of this song is mastered using my AW2400 harddisk recorder.
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Besame Mucho Klaus Wunderlich Bésame Mucho by Rico Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 And Roland G70 HI Guys I am STIl On vacation But i coulndt Resist To upload this and play this today Because this is one of my favorite songs I wil be answering all you emails when i have the time i wil be back in the first week of October and and i wil try to reply to you @ll on this song when ever i can Thank you all so much for your Support ! Friendly Greetings Rico Speak to you @ll SOON "Bésame Mucho" is a Spanish-language song written in 1940 by Mexican songwriter Consuelo Velázquez. According to Velázquez herself, she wrote this song even though she had never been kissed yet at the time, and kissing as she heard was considered a sin. She was inspired by the piano piece "Quejas, o la Maja y el Ruiseñor" from the 1911 suite Goyescas by Spanish composer Enrique Granados, which he later also included as Aria of the Nightingale in his 1916 opera of the same name. There are slight differences in the wording at the end of the chorus, regarding the words perderte después meaning "to lose you afterwards". Considering that Velázquez may have been fifteen years old when she wrote the song, this sentence reflects inexperience and innocence. Indeed, a video from "TV Mexicana" shows Consuelo Velázquez playing the piano while the singer sings perderte después. However, many interpretations use perderte otra vez ("lose you once again") instead of the original perderte después ("lose you afterwards"). This may have been modified to touch a more grown-up, experienced audience. An English-language version of the song was written by Sunny Skylar. The lyrics are different from the direct English translation of the original, but retain the Spanish Bésame mucho. "Bésame Mucho" is also known by translated names such as "Kiss Me Much," "Kiss Me a Lot," "Kiss Me Again and Again," "Embrasse-moi fort," "Stale Ma Bozkavaj," "Suutele minua", "Szeretlek én" and "Mara beboos". Emilio Tuero was the first to record the song, but the Lucho Gatica version made the song famous. Pedro Infante sang the song in English in his 1951 movie A Toda Maquina. The Beatles covered the song numerous times, both on stage and in the studio, including during their audition for Decca Records, their first EMI recording session and the Get Back sessions. A performance from the Get Back sessions was included in the documentary film Let It Be, while one from the EMI audition appeared on the Anthology 1 compilation. The Beatles sang their rendition of the song with English lyrics that do not correspond to the original Spanish lyrics. The Coasters released a version of the song that featured King Curtis on the saxophone. Jimmy Dorsey recorded a version that became a Billboard #1 Hit in 1944. Jet Harris made an instrumental version (bass guitar) in 1962. Alejandro Fernández included the song in the live album Un Canto De México. In 1997, Luis Miguel recorded the song for the album Romances. The composition has been used in the soundtracks of numerous other films, including Great Expectations, Moon over Parador, Arizona Dream, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears, The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear, In Good Company, Paid, Juno, Mona Lisa Smile, Mivtza Savta, Ljubav i drugi zločini, and Santa Sangre. Fastball's hit 1998 song "The Way" was inspired by "Bésame Mucho" and uses much of the same melody. In 2006, Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli, famously recorded the song for his album Amore. In 2007, composer/arranger and jazz trombonist Steve Wiest was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Arrangement for his version of "Bésame Mucho" that was recorded by Maynard Ferguson on The One and Only Maynard Ferguson. In January 2010, at the 52nd Grammy Awards, Herb Alpert was nominated for Best Pop Instrumental Performance.
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Gespeeld door Willie Brouwer op Yamaha PSR 9000
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Tyros 4 Slovak styles by Matúš Berežňák [email protected] http://www.gin-tonic.info http://www.facebook.com/gintonicmusic http://www.muziker.com
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Part 2 of 2 of myself showing you the new Audio Styles on the new Yamaha PSR-S950 Keyboard released this month. The PSR-S950 is the first of the Yamaha Keyboards to have the Audio Styles feature, The Tyros 4 didn't feature this. Hope you all enjoy! Note: I no longer have the PSR-S950 as I only borrowed it for one night from the music shop I work at and I had lots of fun experiencing the PSR-S950! I hope you enjoy listening to the Audio Styles of the Keyboard as much as I enjoyed doing the videos of this Keyboard whilst I had it for that 1 night :) Find me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/michael.lumley.9 Add me on Snapchat: keyboardkrazy15 Follow me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/keyboard_krazy120/
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La Felicidad Palito Ortega In Style Of Klaus Wunderlich Yamaha Tyros 4 & Roland G70 By Rico Composer of the Song : Ramón Bautista Ortega (born March 8, 1942) is an Argentine singer and actor, better known as Palito Ortega. Ortega reached international fame, particularly in Latin America and Spain, during the 1960s, when the Rock en Espanol style of Rock and Roll music was popularized among teenagers in the region His first solo album, "La Edad del Amor" ("The Age of Love"), was recorded under the artistic name of Nery Nelson. This album, as well as the next one ("Yo no Quiero," translated to "I Don't Want To"), were not hits. Both albums were recorded in Mendoza with low budgets and no recording company to back them up. Ortega also used the artistic nickname of Tony Varano for some of his live shows at the time, and he became a member of "The Lyons" when the Argentine rock legend, lead singer Peter Rock, left the band. His interests, however, remained in being a successful solo singer, and he left The Lyons within months of joining that band. Ortega met songwriter Dino Ramos in 1962; this would prove important in Ortega's career as Ramos would write a large number of Ortega's hits. By 1963, in the midst of Argentina's own "new wave" (La nueva ola) movement (such movements were taking place in many countries, such as England, Mexico, Puerto Rico and the United States, among other countries), Ortega began to become a television regular, as he was featured multiple times on a popular Canal 11 show of the time, "Club del Clan" ("The Clan Club"); it should be pointed out that the word clan in Spanish has nothing to do with racist groups; "clan" has the same meaning as "group" in Spanish. In 1963, he signed with RCA Records, and began recording immediately. His television appearances led to a career in cinema. Ortega recorded 27 albums, and starred in 26 films at the time, becoming a teen idol as a consequence. He acted and sang in those films, and shared the big screen with many of Argentina's most important actors and actresses of the time. His fame acquainted him with Evangelina Salazar, a television actress known for her role as a country schoolteacher; the couple were married in 1967, and had six children. Palito Ortega would travel extensively through the rest of the 1960s and the 1970s. He went on to record for RCA in Mexico, Italy, England, and Nashville, Tennessee. In 1966 while in Nashville Palito Ortega recorded the hit song "Sombras" by music composer and visual artist Gil Veda Ortega's status as a teen idol declined during that period, and he reduced his television and movie appearances, as well as his album recordings. He did, however, become a successful music promoter, and in August 1981, produced a show for Frank Sinatra in Argentina. The sharp devaluation of the peso following the collapse of Economy Minister José Alfredo Martínez de Hoz's exchange rate timetable made his US dollar-denominated contractual obligations unaffordable, however. Ortega reportedly lost one million dollars after paying the legendary crooner for his Luna Park Stadium show, and was forced to sell a significant portion of his estate. Ortega relocated with his wife and six children to Miami in 1985, which by then was becoming a mecca for Latino entertainers. Ortega joined the likes of Iris Chacón, Charytín, Celia Cruz, Gloria Estefan, Julio Iglesias and others as a resident of the south Florida city. Ortega sang the United States national anthem before the 1986 world middleweight championship boxing fight between Marvin Hagler and John Mugabi. Klaus Wunderlich (June 18, 1931 - October 28, 1997) was a German musician. Wunderlich was born in Chemnitz and died in Engen from a heart attack. Wunderlich played the Hammond organ during the first half of his career, briefly used Moog synthesizers and later switched to Wersi organs with which he created his own unique electronic sound. He was open to different music styles and played classical, operetta, Broadway musical, as well as popular music. He sold more than 20 million records all over the world and received 13 golden albums as well as one golden cassette. Some of his work was put into the Soviet cartoon, Nu Pogodi
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Amor Amor Amor Luis Miguel Julio Iglesias James Last STyle Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 By Rico Style MAde By Markus The007Persuaders Visit his channel So No Midi Just A super style "Amor" is a popular song. The music was written by Gabriel Ruiz, the original Spanish lyrics by Ricardo López Méndez, with English lyrics written by Sunny Skylar. The original title and opening line "Amor, Amor, Amor" became "More and more Amor" in the English version. The song was published in 1943. The two biggest-selling versions in the United States were recorded by Bing Crosby and Andy Russell. The recording by Bing Crosby was released by Decca Records as catalog number 18608. It first reached the Billboard magazine Best Seller chart on June 29, 1944, and lasted 7 weeks on the chart, peaking at #4.  The flip side was "Long Ago (and Far Away)," which also charted, making this a two-sided hit. The recording by Andy Russell was released by Capitol Records as catalog number 156. It first reached the Billboard magazine Best Seller chart on May 25, 1944, and lasted 8 weeks on the chart, peaking at #5.  Julio Iglesias has recorded the original Spanish version.
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Bamboleo Gipsy Kings Performed By Rico On Yamaha Tyros 4 Drums Roland G1000/70 The Gipsy Kings are a group of musicians from Arles and Montpellier, who perform in Spanish with an Andalucían accent. Although group members were born in France, their parents were mostly gitanos, Spanish Romani people who fled Catalonia during the 1930s Spanish Civil War. Chico Bouchikhi is of Moroccan and Algerian descent. They are known for bringing rumba catalana, a pop-oriented music distantly derived from traditional flamenco music, to worldwide audiences. The group originally called itself Los Reyes. Their music has a particular rumba flamenca style, with pop influences; many songs of the Gipsy Kings fit social dances, such as salsa and rumba. Their music has been described as a place where "Spanish flamenco and Romani rhapsody meet salsa funk The Gipsy Kings are from France and are largely responsible for bringing the sounds of progressive pop-oriented flamenco to the world. The band started out in Arles, a town in southern France, during the 1970s, when brothers Nicolas and Andre Reyes, the sons of renowned flamenco artist Jose Reyes, teamed up with their cousins Jacques, Maurice, and Tonino Baliardo, who played with Manitas de Plata. Manitas de Plata and Jose Reyes were a 2-man group that started the entire revelation of Gypsy Rumba, but mostly Jose, who was a famous singer, when he departed Manitas and started a band of his own made up of his children which he called "Los Reyes". Los Reyes would later become "Gipsy Kings". Los Reyes started out as a gypsy band. They traveled around France, playing at weddings, festivals, and in the streets. Because they lived so much like gypsies, the band adopted the name The Gipsy Kings. Later, they were hired to add color to posh parties in St. Tropez. But popularity did not come to Los Reyes quickly, and their first two albums attracted little notice. At this point, the Gipsies played traditional flamenco punctuated by Baliardo's precise guitar playing and Nicolas Reyes' exceptional voice. Though they had devoted fans, the Gipsy Kings then had yet to gain wider recognition. That was until 1986, when they met producer Claude Martinez, who could see that the Kings had the makings of a world-class band. The three left-handed guitarists in the Gipsy Kings' line-up play guitars that are strung for a right-hander, playing them upside-down. These left-handed performers focus on delivering the strong underpinning rhythms while the more complex leads are performed by the right-handed and conventionally styled Baliardo. They became popular with their self-titled first album, Gipsy Kings, which included the songs "Djobi Djoba" , "Bamboleo"  and the romantic ballad "Un Amor". The song "Volare" on their fourth album Mosaïque is a rumba version of Domenico Modugno's Italian hit "Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu". The Gipsy Kings were popular in Africa and throughout Europe, as well as in the Middle East. In 1989, Gipsy Kings was released in the United States, and it spent 40 weeks on the charts, one of few Spanish language albums to do so. They covered "I've Got No Strings" on the 1991 Disney video and compilation album Simply Mad About the Mouse. Their cover version of "Hotel California" is an example of fast flamenco guitar leads and rhythmic strumming (this version was featured in the Coen Brothers' movie The Big Lebowski, as well on the HBO series Entourage). The 2010 film Toy Story 3 featured a version of "You've Got a Friend in Me" performed and recorded by the Gipsy Kings; the Spanish release featured the Spanish version, titled "Hay un Amigo en Mi" and played in a flamenco style. The Gipsy Kings will plan to release their seventh album in the next coming months. "Caballo Viejo" is a Venezuelan folk song created (lyrics & music) by Simón Díaz, which appears on the 1980 album Caballo Viejo. It has become one of the most important folk songs in Venezuela and is already regarded as a classic. This song has been translated into 12 different languages, and has been recorded by singers such as Celia Cruz, Papo Lucca y la Sonora Ponceña, María Dolores Pradera, Julio Iglesias, Gilberto Santa Rosa, José Luis Rodríguez "El Puma", Polo Montañes, Freddy López, Oscar D'León, Celso Piña, Rubén Blades, Roberto Torres, Plácido Domingo and Glee. The Gipsy Kings had a worldwide hit with their version of the song recorded under the title "Bamboleo".
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Julio Iglesias Hey Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 Roland G70 By Rico Hey! is an album by Julio Iglesias. It was released in 1980 by Columbia Records. The album hit number one worldwide, and sales of the Spanish version surpassed 20 million. In 1981, Iglesias was nominated for a Grammy Award for the album under the Latin Pop Album category. Julio José Iglesias de la Cueva (born September 23, 1943), better known simply as Julio Iglesias, is a Spanish singer who has sold over 300 million records worldwide in 14 languages and released 77 albums.According to Sony Music Entertainment, he is one of the top 15 best selling music artists in history, elmundo.es. While Iglesias rose to international prominence in the 1970s and 1980s as a performer of romantic ballads, his success has continued on as he entered new musical endeavors. He is the father of singer Enrique Iglesias. Iglesias was born Julio José Iglesias de la Cueva in Madrid, the eldest son of Dr. Julio Iglesias Puga and Maria del Rosario de la Cueva y Perignat. Iglesias' father's family was from Galicia, and Iglesias' mother an Andalusian who was of Jewish origin. In the 1960s, he studied law in Madrid and was a goalkeeper for one of Real Madrid's football teams. On September 22, 1963, he was involved in a car crash, resulting in an injury to his spinal cord. He said, "I had a car accident; [a] very, very strange car accident...I lost control of the car and rolled it, resulting in what they call 'paraparexia,' which is not a paraplegia. It's a compression in the [spinal] cord, in the sense of the neck...my spinal cord; and I was very, very ill for three years." His doctors thought he would never walk again; indeed, his legs were left permanently weakened, and they continued to require therapy as of late October 2010. However, slowly, he began recovering his health. To develop and increase the dexterity of his hands, he began playing guitar. When he recovered from his accident, he resumed academic studies and traveled to the United Kingdom to study the English language, first in Ramsgate, then at Bell Educational Trust's Language School in Cambridge. In 1971, he married Spanish Filipino journalist Isabel Preysler and had three children, Chabeli Iglesias, Julio Iglesias, Jr. and Enrique Iglesias. Their marriage was annulled in 1979. On August 24, 2010, Julio Iglesias and Miranda Rijnsburger got married after a 20-year relationship. The religious ceremony was celebrated in the Parish of the Virgen del Carmen of Marbella, and was followed by a Mass of thanksgiving in the chapel on the property the couple owns in the same city. The couple has three sons and twin daughters: Miguel (born September 7, 1997), Rodrigo (born April 3, 1999), Victoria and Cristina (born May 1, 2001) and Guillermo (born May 5, 2007). After Iglesias was 60 years old, his 89 year old father produced more children: half brother Jaime born May 18, 2004; and half sister Ruth born July 26, 2006. Julio's half siblings were a product of Dr. Iglesias Puga's second marriage, to Ronna Keitt.
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Михаил Бакуменко, демонстратор клавишных инструментов Yamaha Music, представляет вашему вниманию очередную презентацию возможностей рабочей станции Yamaha PSR-S910, продолжающую цикл видеороликов об этом инструменте. Подробнее об инструменте по ссылке: http://ru.yamaha.com/ru/products/musical-instruments/keyboards/digitalkeyboards/arranger_workstations/psr-s910/
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UMUT AÇIKGÖZ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibhwl5qsN_Q&list=UU21yvufQQ0vEAQzZCu42idQ&index=2&feature=plcp
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My version of The Righteous Brothers song Unchained Melody played on a Yamaha PSR-S900. I learned the basics of this from a midi file off the internet. Voices intro and verse 1 Live Bright Piano dual with Live Strings. Chorus 1 - Vintage Open guitar dual with Chorus Solid guitar. Verse 2 - S.Art Trumpet dual with Live Strings. Chorus 2 - Live Saxsection Hard dual with Live Orchestra. Verse 3 - Live Bright Piano dual with Live Strings. Style Piano Ballad intro 2 then main variation A for verse1, Main variation B (modified) for chorus 1. Main Variation C for remainder. Ending 1. Tempo 76 for verses, 80 for chorus. Chords G, Em (1st inversion), CMaj7 (2nd inversion), D7 (2nd inversion), D (2nd inversion), D6, Em7, GMaj7 (3rd inversion), C (2nd inversion), Am, Bb . Better quality MP3 can be downloaded from - http://www.box.com/s/9dc40f1bbfa798f00a53
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