songs

Songs about Caamano:

songsGrace kelly (feat. Azucena Caamano) by Emmanuelle Cosso Merad from the Album J'ai rencontre quelqu'un (La bande originale du livre)

songsCaamaño - Magnificat, Op. 20 by Robert Whitney The Louisville Orchestra from the Album Ernst Krenek: Eleven Transparencies - Roberto Caamaño: Magnificat, Op. 20

songsCaamaño - Magnificat, Op. 20 by Robert Whitney The Louisville Orchestra from the Album Argentino Moderno: Premiere Recordings by Gandini, Tauriello, Caamaño and Garcia Morillo

books

Books about Caamano:

booksEl gobierno constitucional y revolucionario del presidente Caamaño (Spanish Edition) by Jesús Méndez Jiminián, Pablo L. Crespo Vargas and José C. Novas (Aug 2, 2014)

booksCaamano: Guerra Civil De 1965. (Spanish Edition) by Claudio Caamano (Aug 30, 2007)

booksCaamaño in London: The Exile of a Latin American Revolutionary (Institute for the Study of the Americas) by Fred Halliday (Feb 2, 2011)

booksCaamano Frente a la OEA 2007 Santo Domingo, Republica Dominicana (Spanish Edition Paperback) Actas de las reuniones... by Comision Permanente de Efemerides Patrias (2007)

booksCAAMAÑO: LA ULTIMA ESPERANZA ARMADA. Tercera edicion by Manuel. Matos Moquete (2005)

booksCaamaño, Guerra Civil 1965. Tomo 1 by Claudio Caamaño (2007)

booksMaking the right movies with the right voice: Darlene Caamano.(LATINOS IN FILM: DARLENE CAAMANO)(Interview): An... by Mariana Gutierrez Briones (Aug 11, 2010)

movies

Movies about Caamano:

moviesRay Caamano - EEG Technology for Brain Coherence: iCap Release Meter Part 1 2008 PG - Runtime: 28 mins Starring: Ray Caamano Directed by: Mitchell Jay Rabin

wiki

Wiki information Caamano:

Francisco Caamaño
Politician, Person, Deceased Person

Col. Francisco Alberto Caamaño Deñó [Cah-MAH-nyoh Deh-NYOH] was a Dominican soldier and hero. His entry into history books came during the Dominican Republic Civil War that began on April 24, 1965. He was one of the leaders in the movement to restore...

José Plácido Caamaño
Politician, Deceased Person, Person

José María Plácido Caamaño y Gómez-Cornejo was President of Ecuador 23 November 1883 to 1 July 1888. Caamaño was born in Guayaquil. He studied law and theology in the seminary of his native city, and was educated in Quito. Subsequently he was mayor...