Songs about Grenet:

songsBerceuse (Canción de Cuna Sobre un Tema de Grenet) by María Isabel Siewers from the Album Canciones de Cuna (Wiegenlieder, Nanas, Berceuses and Lullabies)

songsCanción de Cuna (On a Theme of Grenet) by Matthew McAllister from the Album Bach & Brouwer

songsComparsa de los congos (Eliseo Grenet) (Remastered) by Armando Orefiche and His Havana Cuban Boys from the Album Armando Orefiche & His Havana Cuban Boys

songsEmilio Grenet: Ay Mama Ines by Bobby Jimenz and Bibiana Borroto from the Album Alma Cubana: A Collection Of Popular Songs

songsEmilio Grenet: Drume Negrita by Bobby Jimenz and Bibiana Borroto from the Album Alma Cubana: A Collection Of Popular Songs

songsErnesto Grenet - Duerme Negrito by Jaime Guiscafre' from the Album 7 Latin American Composers


Books about Grenet:

booksGrenet conferences cliniques de medecine infantile 1938 by collectif

booksGRENET Paul-Bernard Pierre Teilhard de Chardin ou le philosophe malgré lui EDITION ORIGINALE by GRENET Paul-Bernard (1960)

booksGRENET J Histoire et institutions de Boulogne Billancourt EDITION ORIGINALE by GRENET J. (1869)

booksSang gitane illutre malaga grenet by Raymond Eschollier (1933)

booksMedecine infantile par h. grenet tome 3/1934 by collectif

booksRaymond escholier sang gitane dessins de m. grenet 1933 by collectif

booksJour de divorce; comédie en un acte [par] E. Grenet-Dancourt & Gaston Pollonnais (French Edition) by Ernest Grenet-Dancourt and Gaston Pollonnais (Aug 28, 2011)


Wiki information Grenet:

Eliseo Grenet
Composer, Deceased Person, Person, Musical Artist, Film music contributor

Eliseo Grenet Sánchez was a Cuban pianist and a leading composer/arranger of the day. He composed music for stage shows and films, and some famous Cuban dance music. Eliseo was one of three musical brothers, all composers, the others being Emilio and...

François Grenet
Soccer Defender, Person, Football player, Athlete, Measured person

François Grenet is a retired French football defender. He played most of his career for FC Girondins de Bordeaux, including the 1996 UEFA Cup Final.