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In the United States 'Sobre las Olas' has a cultural association with funfairs, and trapeze artists, as it was one of the tunes available for Wurlitzer's popular line of fairground organs. It remains popular with country and old-time fiddlers in the United States. Hide extended text You've Selected: juventino-rosas.
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This waltz once attributed to Strauss is actually by indigenous Mexican composer Juventino Rosas
Piano Solo. No writing on the music. Overall good condition. A great cover suitable for framing! This sheet music is fresh from an estate in Maine. They had over 1, pieces of sheet music, most in excellent condition.
Juventino Rosas (composer) - Discography of American Historical Recordings
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He was survived by his wife, his sons, Coleman and Charles, and daughter, Hazel. They played and recorded together from to Narmour and Smith remained rooted in their community and seem to have traveled little other than the recording trips to Memphis in , New York in , Atlanta and , and San Antonio Texas in Willie first learned to play on a cigar box fiddle that his father, John Narmour, made for him.