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“Besides the cheese, wine and food, visitors to the festival will undoubtedly appreciate the well-planned musical program, which includes jazz, flamenco and trova, among others.”
“Club Peña Colibrí is a Morelia institution -- trova and folk music are its specialties.”
“Il giorno del cobra un movie dazione crepuscolare, in cui leroe, il investigator Larry Stanziani, interpretato da Franco Nero, si trova solo, tradito da tutti”
“Most young people don't want to hear trova ballads with lyrics that speak of complaint or daily chronicles, they prefer to relax and enjoy themselves, to abandon reality, if only for one night.”
“Despite the loss of popularity, there are still dozens of cultivators of the trova song tradition in Cuba.”
“This week we've enjoyed one of the many festivals of trova music that have begun, this time, in Santa Clara province.”
“Beyond the quality of the chords and verses, a good part of the public seeks in trova ballads their ability to evoke past memories: a first love, a close dance, the difficult years, that day of the first kiss, or the concert where we met someone very special.”
“He points to the only two words painted on Vasari's mural: cerca trova”
“There, in the clash of armies depicted near the ceiling, he was startled to discover that Vasari had painted two words in white on a tiny green banner all but invisible to view from below: "cerca trova.”
“E quando trova alcun che degno sia di veder lei. quei prova sua vertute, chÃ© li avvien, ciÃ² che li dona, in salute,”
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