Basque musicians: Julián Gayarre, Amaia Montero, Ainhoa Cantalapiedra, Álex Ubago, Jesús Arámbarri, Mattin, Mikel Laboa, La Oreja de Van Gogh

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9781155925387: Basque musicians: Julián Gayarre, Amaia Montero, Ainhoa Cantalapiedra, Álex Ubago, Jesús Arámbarri, Mattin, Mikel Laboa, La Oreja de Van Gogh
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 25. Chapters: Julián Gayarre, Amaia Montero, Ainhoa Cantalapiedra, Álex Ubago, Jesús Arámbarri, Mattin, Mikel Laboa, La Oreja de Van Gogh, Fermin Muguruza, Najwa Nimri, Juan Crisóstomo Arriaga, Ainhoa Arteta, Nicanor Zabaleta, Sorkun, Xabi Aburruzaga, Niko Etxart, Fito Cabrales, Atom Rhumba, Leire Martínez, Jesús Guridi, Mikel Herzog, Luis Mariano, Juan Aguirre, Mikel Erentxun, Ion Garmendia Anfurrutia, Ruper Ordorika, Duncan Dhu, Ibon Koteron, Estíbaliz Uranga, Iñaki Plaza Murga, Raúl Fuentes Cuenca, Kepa Junkera, Oskorri, Amaya Uranga, Benito Lertxundi, Izaskun Uranga, Anari, Cesáreo Gabaráin, Tontxu, Kauta, Benat Achiary. Excerpt: Sebastián Julián Gayarre Garjón (January 9, 1844 in Roncal, Navarre - January 2, 1890 in Madrid), better known as Julián Gayarre, was a Spanish opera singer who created the role of Marcello in Donizetti's Il Duca d'Alba and Enzo in Ponchielli's La Gioconda. Although he faced strong competition for this title from the likes of Roberto Stagno, Italo Campanini, Angelo Masini and Francesco Tamagno, Gayarre was regarded by many late 19th-century music commentators as being the supreme Italianate tenor of his generation. The man who was to become one of Europe's most celebrated singers was born and raised in a Basque family in the small Pyrenean town of Roncal. The third child of Mariano Gayarre and Maria Ramona Garjón, a couple of modest means, he left school at 13 to work as a shepherd. When he was 15, his father sent him to Pamplona to work in a shop. It was there that he had his first contact with music. It was a passion that would cost him his job when he was fired for leaving the shop to follow a band that was parading in the street outside. He then worked as a blacksmith in the village of Lumbier and later in Pamplona at the Pinaqui foundry. One of his fellow workers, who heard him singing as he wor...

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