The Latin Tinge
Fri, Apr 28, 7:30 - 10:00 pm
Concert Hall, FEC
Latin music has had more influence on American popular culture than any other source outside the United States. From the late 1920s till the end of World War II Latin music moved into the mainstream as American popular song composers incorporated Latin elements into their works and Latin American composers entered the popular song field. Their combined efforts have produced many standard songs that remain favorites to this day – “Perfidia”, “Besame Mucho”, “Adios”, and many others.
Event Personnel
Steve Stone, artistic director & band leader
Shirley Andress, vocalist
Trace Beth Williams, vocalist
Bob Cross, vocalist
Fernell López, vocalist
Frank Kenney, reeds
Steve Owen, reeds
James Phillips, reeds
Dave Bender, trumpet
Tim Clarke, trumpet
Ernie Carbajal, trumpet
Caleb Standafer, trombone
Vicki Brabham, piano
Mark Forrest, guitar, banjo
Nathan Waddell, bass
Alan Tarpinian, drums
Words by Jacques Charles (fr), Lucienne Boyer (fr), Clifford Grey (en) - Music by José Padilla
 La Violetera
Words by Eduardo Montesinos (sp) - Music by José Padilla
 Heat Wave
(1933) As Thousands Cheer
Words & music by Irving Berlin
 The Breeze And I
Words by Al Stillman (en) - Music by Ernesto Lecuona
uses melody of Andalucía
 Casa Loma Stomp
Music by Gene Gifford
 I'll Take Tallulah
(1942) Ship Ahoy
Words by Yip Harburg - Music by Burton Lane
 Bésame Mucho
Words by Consuelo Velázquez (sp), Sunny Skylar (en) - Music by Consuelo Velázquez
Words by Milton Leeds - Music by Alberto Domínguez
 Mambo #5
Music by Dámaso Pérez Prado
 Six Lessons From Madame La Zonga
Words by James V. Monaco - Music by Charles Newman
 Arthur Murray Taught Me Dancing In A Hurry
(1942) The Fleet's In
Words by Johnny Mercer - Music by Victor Schertzinger
Words by Bob Russell (en), S. K. Russell (en) - Music by Ary Barroso
translation of Aquarela do Brasil
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Concert Hall
Florence Events Center
715 Quince St
Florence, Oregon