Ernesto Cortazar – Concierto’s

17 02 2009

ernestocortazarernestocortazar011Ernesto Cortazar – Concierto’s
MP3 @ 192 Kbps VBR | 1:10:02 min | 104 MB | 2005 | 10% Recovery Record

Orphaned at the age of 13 years, Ernesto Cortazar the 2nd determined to uphold the legacy left behind by his father, Ernesto Cortazar the 1st. By the time Ernesto was 19 his music was recognised with an award for the score of the movie “Laughter of the City”. After this first achievement in the film industry, Ernesto went on to compose music for over 500 films in his career. Aside from scoring music for film he also composed and recorded music for such artists as, Enrique Guzman, Cesar Costa, Alberto Vasquez, Marco Antonio Muсiz, Jose Jose, Manoella Torres, and lately Alejandro Fernandez.
His live music performances have taken him around the globe to the US of A, South America, Europe and the Soviet Uniion, where he played for then prime minister Nikita Kruschev. Ernesto Cortazar the 2nd continues to compose and sing to this day.

Tracklist:

  1. Beethoven’s silence
  2. Blue Waters
  3. Judith
  4. Just for you
  5. L’Adieu
  6. On the top of the world
  7. Remembrance
  8. River of dreams
  9. Sea of tears
  10. Secret feelings
  11. So sad to say good bye
  12. Stolen kiss
  13. Tide of lust
  14. Tonight you’ll be mine
  15. When the waves dance

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Part 1 | Part 2

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