Pa Los Rumberos - Tito Puente - 1946 - 1956

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Ernesto Antonio " Tito " Puente April 20, — May 31, [1] was an American musician, songwriter and record producer. He is best known for dance-oriented mambo and Latin jazz compositions that endured over a year career. His most famous song is " Oye Como Va ".

As a child, he was described as hyperactive, and after neighbors complained of hearing seven-year-old Puente Pa Los Rumberos - Tito Puente - 1946 - 1956 on pots and window frames, his mother sent him to cent piano lessons. The GI Bill allowed him to study music at Juilliard School of Musicwhere he completed a formal education in conducting, orchestration and theory.

Puente was so successful playing popular Afro-Cuban rhythms that many people mistakenly identify him as Cuban. Dance Maniapossibly Puente's most well known album, was released in Among his most famous compositions are mambo " Oye como va "[2] popularized by Latin Pa Los Rumberos - Tito Puente - 1946 - 1956 musician Carlos Santana and later interpreted, among others, by Julio IglesiasIrakere and Celia What’s Forever For - Various - The Dick Clark National Music Survey. In earlyhe appeared in the music documentary Calle Tito Puente's name is often mentioned in a television production called La Epoca Nie Pamiętam - Supermusic - Fotograf, [10] a film about the Palladium era in New York, Afro-Cuban music and rhythms, mambo and salsa as dances and music and much Pa Los Rumberos - Tito Puente - 1946 - 1956.

Puente's son Richard "Richie" Puente was the percussionist in the s funk band Foxy. Puente's youngest son, Tito Puente Jr. Puente appeared in the two-part whodunit drama " Who Shot Mr.

In the shows, Puente joins Springfield Elementary School as a music teacher after the school discovers it is located over an oil well. However, Mr. Burns manages to pump the oil first which makes him the legal owner of the well. This causes the school to fall into debt with budget cuts required to the music and maintenance departments, causing Puente to lose his job.

When Burns is later shot, Puente becomes one of the prime suspects but manages to clear himself by performing one of his songs for Chief Wiggum. Seven alternative endings were filmed of various characters shooting Burns.

Puente is one of the alternates. Although all endings were filmed, the ending of Maggie Simpson shooting Burns was the ending chosen to air. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Latin jazz and salsa musician and composer. Latin jazz Afro-Cuban jazz mambo. Musician songwriter record producer. Timbales vibraphone. We play jazz with the Latin touch, that's all, you know. Mambos Vol. Retrieved October 31, Retrieved October 27, The New York Times. Retrieved March 26, Chicago Tribune.

Retrieved March 23, The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Music 1st ed. Fulham, London: Flame Tree Publishing. June 1, Retrieved June 1, January 31, Nielsen Business Media. Retrieved April 11, Archived from the original on August 26, The Hudson Reporter. Latin American Rhythm Magazine. Retrieved October 18, Retrieved February 9, National Medal of Arts recipients s. Crosby Richard Diebenkorn R. Lila Wallace. Licia Albanese Gwendolyn Brooks B.

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