EN­RI­QUE PLÁ, THE DRUMS OF CUBA

Arte por Excelencias - - Cuba -

Vu­el­ve a sa­cu­dir­se el con­ti­nen­te, Pa­blo Mi­la­nes' song of the al­bum En­ri­que Plá, the drums of Cuba, ex­ploits all the ways and forms of Cu­ban per­cus­si­on in a swe­e­ping mu­si­cal ons­laught that con­quers the pul­ses and be­ats of the au­di­en­ces.

En­ri­que Plá, a vir­tu­os drum­mer born on May 22, 1949 in San­ta Clara, le­ads that Afro­cu­ban for­ce that finds, in the eman­ci­pa­ting song of sin­ger Mi­la­nés, the exact keys to se­du­ce.

En­ri­que Plá, the drums of Cuba is an al­bum that shows the co­des and wis­dom of this ex­cep­ti­o­nal per­cus­si­o­nist, who has the ex­pe­ri­en­ce of his pas­sing by the Cu­ban Orc­hes­tra of Mo­dern Mu­sic of Ar­man­do Ro­meu González and by Irake­re. To this is ad­ded his per­for­man­ce in the Na­ti­o­nal Symp­hony Orc­hes­tra (19681971) and Ernán Ló­pez-nus­sa Trio.

Edi­ted by Bis Mu­sic, Ar­tex SA'S re­cor­ding hou­se, En­ri­que Plá, the drums of Cuba is an al­bum ma­de up of ni­ne sin­gles that, un­der the ap­pro­ach of film­makers May­ra Ma­ría García and En­ri­que Car­ba­llea, re­flects with sen­si­ti­vity and suc­cess his mu­si­cal mas­tery trap­ping the most de­man­ding mu­sic lo­ver.

In th álbum we will en­joy the per­for­man­ce of pro­mi­nent mu­si­ci­ans such as Chuc­ho Val­dés, Sil­vio Ro­drí­guez, Pa­blo Mi­la­nés, Os­car Val­dés, Bobby Car­cas­sés, Ernán Ló­pez-nus­sa, Mayi­to Ri­ve­ra, Hay­deé Mi­la­nés, Kel­vis Oc­hoa, Ro­ber­ti­co Car­cas­sés, Jorge Luis Chi­coy, Cé­sar Ló­pez, Jorge Reyes, Gas­tón Joya , Ju­li­to Pa­drón, Ya­sek Man­za­no, Carlos Ma­nu­el Miya­res, Niurka González Núñez, Ya­roldy Abreu, Adel González, Rod­ney Bar­re­to and Oli­ver Val­dés.

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