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* 1968 – Pascal Kleiman, Spanish DJ, producer, musician, and composer
* 1943 – Joan Manuel Serrat, Spanish musician
The Wichita, Kansas-based musician had an Electric Hawaiian A-25 ( frypan, lap-steel ) and a standard Electric Spanish from George Beauchamp of Los Angeles, California.
* 1959 – José María Cano, Spanish musician ( Mecano )
* Morpheus ( musician ), a Spanish dark ambient and industrial ambient artist
* Manu Chao, French-born singer and musician of Spanish origin
** Lucas Fernández, Spanish dramatist and musician ( born c. 1474 )
* September 7 – Hernando de Cabezón, Spanish musician ( died 1602 )
* Tomás Bretón ( 1850 – 1923 ), Spanish musician and composer
Marcos Ligero, born in Sabadell, Spain and better known as D-Mark, is a Spanish Electronic Dance Music DJ, musician and producer.
People so honored at the park include merengue singer Joseíto Mateo, salsa singer La India, Cuban musician Israel " Cachao " Lopez, Cuban tenor Beny Moré, Tito Puente, Spanish language television news anchor Rafael Pineda, salsa pioneer Johnny Pacheco, singer / bandleader Gilberto Santa Rosa and music promoter Ralph Mercado.
Luis Miguel González Bosè known simply as Miguel Bosé ( born April 3, 1956 ) is a Latin Grammy-winning Spanish / Italian musician and actor.
* Dyango, Spanish musician born José Gómez Romero
Its lyrics were written by the Buenos Aires-born politician Vicente López y Planes and the music was composed by the Spanish musician Blas Parera.
Vicente Martinez de Espinel was a Spanish writer and musician who revived the décima, using Andalusian Jíbaro traditions and medieval Moorish influences.
Bishop Salvado was a Benedictine monk from the Spanish region of Galicia, who was a gifted musician, highly cultured but at the same time very caring, practical and down to earth.
Their first album, Niños Eléctricos, (" Electric Children ") original song by Spanish Composer Miguel Rios, was recorded in early 1987 with the advice and help from Ricardo Ochoa ( musician and producer ).
The country's most famous performers are Mohammed Al Muhairi ( better known as Mehad Hamad ), Ahlam Ali Al Shamsi ( the first female pop star in the Persian Gulf ), Abdel Moniem Al Saleh ( who is renowned for his songwriting, music production and singing, and for being the first musician based in the UAE to blend Indian, Spanish and Arabic music ), Aitha Al Menhali, and Hussain Al Jasmi.
Winter is the only musician to win the award consecutively ; he received an award in 1994 for Spanish Angel as a member of his ensemble and another in 1995 for Prayer for the Wild Things as a solo artist.
The Wichita, Kansas-based musician had an Electric Hawaiian A-25 ( frypan, lap-steel ) and a standard Electric Spanish from George Beauchamp of Los Angeles, California.
His father was a Spanish immigrant who supported his family as a barber and part-time musician.
a wealthy Spanish merchant, has a younger sister who marries a poor German musician, Walberg.
Alejandro Sanz ( born Alejandro Sánchez Pizarro on December 18, 1968 ) is a Spanish singer-songwriter and musician.
Also in 2004, he became the first Spanish musician to give a lecture at Harvard University, speaking about Hispanic culture at the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies.

Spanish and probably
The first sighting of a Spanish boat approaching the island was on 28 October 1492, probably at Baracoa on the eastern point of the island.
The 7th-century Visigothic aristocracy saw itself as bearers of a particular Gothic consciousness and as guardians of old traditions such as Germanic namegiving ; probably these traditions were on the whole restricted to the family sphere ( Hispano-Roman nobles did service for Visigothic nobles already in the 5th century and the two branches of Spanish aristocracy had fully adopted similar customs two centuries later ).
Latino — which in Spanish means " Latin " but which as an English word is probably a shortening of the Spanish word latinoamericano — refers more exclusively to persons or communities of Latin American origin.
Playing cards first entered Europe in the late 14th century, probably from Mamluk Egypt, with suits ( sets of cards with matching designs ) very similar to the tarot suits of Swords, Staves, Cups and Coins ( also known as disks or pentacles ), and which are still used in traditional Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese decks.
The first Europeans to sight New Guinea were probably the Portuguese and Spanish navigators sailing in the South Pacific in the early part of the 16th century.
Plymouth Hoe is perhaps best known for the probably apocryphal story that Sir Francis Drake played his famous game of bowls here in 1588 while waiting for the tide to change before sailing out with the English fleet to engage with the Spanish Armada.
The most important writers are Yose ben Yoseh, probably in the 6th century, chiefly known for his compositions for Yom Kippur ; Eleazar Kalir, the founder of the payyetanic style, perhaps in the 7th century ; Saadia Gaon ; and the Spanish school, consisting of Joseph ibn Abitur ( died in 970 ), ibn Gabirol, Isaac Gayyath, Moses ibn Ezra, Abraham ibn Ezra and Judah ha-Levi, Moses ben Nahman ( Nahmanides ) and Isaac Luria.
Waits, who taught himself how to play the piano on a neighbor's instrument, often took trips to Mexico with his father, who taught Spanish ; he would later say that he found his love of music during these trips through a Mexican ballad that was " probably a Ranchera, you know, on the car radio with my dad.
By his first wife, the probably Spanish Aelia Flaccilla Augustus, he had two sons, Arcadius and Honorius and a daughter, Aelia Pulcheria ; Arcadius was his heir in the East and Honorius in the West.
Playing cards first entered Europe in the late 14th century, probably from Mamluk Egypt, with suits very similar to the tarot suits of Swords, Staves, Cups and Coins ( also known as disks, and pentacles ) and those still used in traditional Italian, Spanish and Portuguese decks.
The word " cigar " originated from sikar, the Yucatec Mayan word for smoking, which became cigarro in Spanish, probably from the Mayan sikar (" to smoke rolled tobacco leaves " – from sik, " tobacco ;") or from the Spanish word cigarra (" grasshopper ").
In due course, Spanish and other European sailors adopted the hobby of smoking rolls of leaves, as did the Conquistadors, and smoking primitive cigars spread to Spain and Portugal and eventually France, most probably through Jean Nicot, the French ambassador to Portugal, who gave his name to nicotine.
The earliest recorded invasion of the plague into Spanish territory was in Majorca in December 1347, probably through commercial ships.
The name Anguilla derives from the word for " eel " in any of various European ( Romance ) languages ( Latin Anguilla, modern Spanish: anguila ; French: anguille ; Italian: anguilla ), probably chosen because of the island's eel-like shape.
Spanish and French forces seized the Turks in 1706, but Bermudian forces expelled them four years later in what was probably Bermuda's only independent military operation.
The Spanish Tragedie was probably written in the mid to late 1580s.
The French word was derived from the Spanish embarazar, whose first recorded usage was in 1460 in Cancionero de Stúñiga ( Songbook of Stúñiga ) by Álvaro de Luna .< sup > 7 </ sup > The Spanish word likely comes from the Portuguese embaraçar, which probably is a combination of the prefix em-( from Latin in-for " in -") with baraça " a noose ", or " rope ", which makes sense with the synonym encinta (" on noose, on rope " because of the old usage of women to wear a strap of cloth on their dresses when pregnant ).< sup > 8 </ sup > Baraça originated before the Romans began their conquest of the Iberian Peninsula in 218 BCE .< sup > 9 </ sup > Thus, baraça could be related to the Celtic word barr, " tuft ".
Spanish Taos is probably a borrowing of Taos " village " which was heard as tao to which the plural-s was added although in the modern language Taos is no longer a plural noun.
* Jupe ( spelled in Spanish as Hupe, Hoipi, Hʉpenʉʉ — ‘ Timber People ’, an 18th century band, probably forerunners of the Nokoni Nʉʉ, Kwaaru Nʉʉ and of the Hois-Penatʉka Nʉʉ local group )
The series took the slot over from another black and white classic, Our Gang ( aka Little Rascals ) and was probably the last Black and White show to feature regularly in Spanish TV schedules.
The first significant contact of the Cocopah with Europeans probably occurred in 1540, when the Spanish explorer Hernando de Alarcón sailed into the Colorado River delta.

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