songs

Songs about Malague:

songsMalague#a by David Moreno from the Album Los Sitios De Zaragoza

songsLa Malague#a by Monna Bell from the Album Cielito Lindo

songsLa Malague#a by Antonio Maciel from the Album Sones De Mexico

songsLa Malague#a by Antonio Maciel from the Album Sones Mexicanos

songsLorca Suite, Op. 72b: IV. Malague'na by Tapiola Choir from the Album Marjatta, the Lowly Maiden

songsLorca Suite, Op. 72b: IV. Malague'na by Finnish Radio Chamber Choir from the Album Rautavaara, E.: Choral Music - Katedralen / Die Erste Elegie / Nirvana Dharma / Praktisch Deutsch / Lorca Suite

songsLorca Suite, Op. 72b: IV. Malague'na by Eveliina Sumelius from the Album Philomela in Dreams

books

Books about Malague:

booksAn Actress Prepares: Women and "the Method" [Paperback] [2012] (Author) Rosemary Malague (2012)

booksAl-Andalus Desde La Periferia: La Formacion de Una Sociedad Musulmana En Tierras Malague~nas (Siglos VIII-X) (...

booksLos Hospitales Malague~nos En Los Siglos XV-XIX: Historia y Arquitectura (Spanish Edition)

booksNo Hay Contra Un Padre Razon: Comedia (Coleccion Clasicos Malague~nos) (Spanish Edition)

booksBustle of 492 Cove piano piece over (Malague?a) Op.71-6 / Albeniz (2003) ISBN: 4119114929 [Japanese Import] by unknown (0010)

booksArqueologia y Patrimonio En La Algarbia Malague~na: Actas (Spanish Edition)

booksLas Empresarias Rurales Malague~nas: La Respuesta de Las Mujeres Al Mercado Laboral (Studia Malacitana) (Spanish...

wiki

Wiki information Malague:

Malagueña
Composition, Cataloged instance

"Malagueña", is a song by Cuban composer Ernesto Lecuona; written in 1928 it was originally the sixth movement of Lecuona's Suite Andalucia, to which he added lyrics in Spanish. The song has since become a popular, jazz, marching band, and drum corps...

Malagueñas

Malagueñas is one of the traditional styles of Andalusian music, derived from earlier types of fandango from the area of Málaga, classified among the Cantes de Levante. Originally a folk-song type, it became a flamenco style in the 19th century. It...