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Pablo Milanés died: ten songs to remember the Cuban composer

Pablo Milanés died: ten songs to remember the Cuban composer

Pablo Milanés died: ten songs to remember the Cuban composer

A great loss for the music industry. The singer-songwriter Cuban Pablo Milanes passed away last Monday, November 21 in Madrid, Spain at the age of 79. The Latin Grammy winner suffered from an oncohematological disease, due to which he was hospitalized on November 13 in a Madrid hospital.

“We deeply appreciate all the expressions of affection and support, to all his family and friends, in these difficult times. May he rest in the love and peace that he has always transmitted. It will remain forever in our memory.” It was specified in a statement published on his Facebook account.

During his career, Pablo Milanés served as the founder and architect of the Nueva Trova sound together with his compatriots and colleagues in the industry Noel Nicola and Silvio Rodríguez. His career also earned him the Latin Grammy for Musical Excellence.

Last year, before knowing that this disease would deteriorate his health, the Cuban began his “Days of Light” tour that led him to meet his audience again; who received him with great affection and sang his songs. The interpreter visited cities in the United States such as San Francisco, Los Angeles, Florida, New York and Washington.

The singer-songwriter, one of the most recognized voices in Cuban music, has published more than 40 albums throughout his career. Therefore, in this note we remember the most successful songs by the Cuban composer.

“Yolanda”

“The Brief Space In Which It Is Not”

“Propositions”

“The happiness”

“Chan Chan”

“I will step on the streets again”

“How quietly”

“The love of my life”

“To live”

“Poor singer”

Source: Elcomercio

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