“En el lenguaje misterioso de tus ojos hay un tema que destaca sensibilidad.

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“En el lenguaje misterioso de tus ojos
hay un tema que destaca sensibilidad.
En las sensuales líneas de tu cuerpo hermoso
las curvas que se admiran despiertan ilusión”… ¡Esto es música señores!!!… Amigos como pueden ver se refiere a otra de las canciones más populares de todos los tiempos: “Longina” Se dice que la mujer que inspiró esa canción nació el 15 de marzo de 1888, y que su nombre completo era Longina O’Farrill. Su figura constituyó la fuente de inspiración para el compositor cubano Manuel Corona que nació en Caibarien, Las Villas, el 17 de junio de 1880,uno de los grandes olvidados de la trova tradicional cubana. El nombre Longina es el título de una creación musical que a… More
Friends as you can see refers to another of the most popular songs of all time: ′′ Longina ′′ The woman who inspired that song is said to have been born on March 15, 1888, and her full name was Longina O ‘ Farrill. His figure formed the source of inspiration for Cuban composer Manuel Corona who was born in Caibarien, Las Villas on June 17, 1880, one of the great forgotten Cuban trova. The name Longina is the title of a musical creation that has over time been regarded as a classic piece of Cuba’s romantic songbook. History began in 1918 when Longina met the troubadour in Havana, never imagining it would make her famous forever. Such a meeting took place at the home of Maria Teresa Vera, one of the greats of the trova. She introduced them, and a little while later Corona said she was going to write her a song. They met again in the same house of Maria Teresa. It was October 15, 1918 and they celebrated the singer’s onomastic. Corona delivered to her muse the song she inspired him. Maria Teresa sang it right away, improvisedly. Afterwards he would be his greatest performer. Longina lived until the 70 s of the 70th century. His final years spent in a Havana nursing home. When she died she was buried in the necropolis of Columbus, but at the desire of the inhabitants of the central municipality of Caibarien, her remains were moved in 1988 to the pantheon where Manuel Corona rests, the man who left her in the memory of Cubans. Longina by Barbarito Ten:
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