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2012-03-27T13:21:54.000Z
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Video Title:
Los Tres Reyes - "Ódiame" [Behind The Scenes Documentary]
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For more information, and to purchase the album: http://www.folkways.si.edu/albumdetails.aspx?itemid=3366 The Mexican romantic trio - three suave male voices backed by two or three guitars and singing romance-drenched lyrics in lush harmony - rocketed to pan-Latin popularity in 1948 with the pioneering group Trío Los Panchos. Los Tres Reyes (The Three Kings), known as "the last of the great trios," epitomize the trio sound and continue to make it a mainstay of Mexican acoustic music. High-voice Cuban singer Bebo Cárdenas joins founding members Gilberto and Raúl Puente to show us how, in Cárdenas words, "The trío romántico is synonymous with intimacy." "Romancing the Past", the new album from Trio Los Reyes on Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, was released on March 27th, 2012. Please visit folkways.si.edu or triolostresreyes.net for more information. EN ESPAÑOL Los Tres Reyes, "El último de los grandes tríos" celebra su carrera de más de 50 años con el nuevo álbum Romancing the Past. El sonido característico del trió romántico es la mezcla de tres voces suaves, acompañadas por dos o tres guitarras, cantando temas románticos en perfecta harmonía tripartita. Este estilo se popularizó en Latino-América durante los años 1940s and 1950s, y Los Tres Reyes es el último de los grandes tríos que continúan tocando y cantando con la mayoría de sus miembros originales. "El trío romántico es sinónimo de intimidad" — Primera voz Bebo Cárdenas The content and comments posted here are subject to the Smithsonian Institution copyright and privacy policy (www.si.edu/copyright/). Smithsonian reserves the right in its sole discretion to remove any content at any time.
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4 min 38 sec
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