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A Tuba to Cuba is a movie starring Ben Jaffe, Walter Harris, and Charlie Gabriel. A TUBA TO CUBA follows New Orleans' famed Preservation Hall Jazz Band as they retrace their musical roots from the storied city of jazz to the shores...

Genres
History, Documentary, Music
Director
Danny Clinch, T.G. Herrington
Starring
Walter Harris, Ronell Johnson, Charlie Gabriel, Ben Jaffe

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Product details

Genres History, Documentary, Music
Director Danny Clinch, T.G. Herrington
Writer T.G. Herrington, T.G. Herrington
Stars Walter Harris, Ronell Johnson, Charlie Gabriel, Ben Jaffe
Country USA, Cuba
Also Known As W rytmie Kuby
Runtime 1 h 22 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A TUBA TO CUBA follows New Orleans' famed Preservation Hall Jazz Band as they retrace their musical roots from the storied city of jazz to the shores of Cuba and in turn discover a connection that runs much deeper than they could have imagined.

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Saturday, 12 Sep 2020 13:59

For a more of a mainstream audience, I really appreciate the juxtaposition of songs from different periods of history in a way that makes the juxtaposition entertaining. The choice of songs is the same as the selections in the film, but instead of being nostalgia, they are interesting for a modern audience. In this case, it's a mix of three different musical styles. The first song is "Moon River," by the Peruvian troubadour Quetzalcoatl. I think the Peruvian troubadour deserves more attention than it has received. Quetzalcoatl was a well-known Mexican warlord and philanthropist, and he is widely considered the ancestor of the Aztec people. "Moon River" is a richly melodic and humorous song. It's a song that reflects a country's long history and an awareness of the relationship between its citizens and their ancestors. The song is full of imagery and allusions to both past and present. The Peruvian troubadour is a key player in the history of that country and the relationship between the different eras. This song was a huge hit in the Peruvian region, but the song was sung by a Peruvian troubadour, a musical group, a new genre of musical artists that combines popular songs and new musical forms. This was a pioneering stage in modern music. The second song is "La Lecca," by the Italian composer Ennio Morricone. This is a very unusual choice for the film because it's not a song at all. Instead, the song is a poem about the way one's past affects the present. I find it interesting how the song is about a man who is a poet and is influenced by his past and is affected by his future. The poem is a song about a man who has suffered from a head injury that has left him with a sense of madness and insanity. The song is about a man who is still in love with a woman and who is uncertain about his future. It's a very unusual song, but it's interesting and touching. The song is quite long and the use of the voice is unusual. The third song, "Gin de oro," is by the Spanish poet Francisco de Goya. This is a very colorful and colorful song. It's a poem about the love between a man and a woman. The poem is about how Goya's lover, the noblewoman Isabel, has left him because he refused to marry her. I like this song because it's so full of color and was performed by a great ensemble. It was probably the first time a song by Goya was performed on stage. This song is a bit lengthy and has a lot of interesting imagery. The song is a great love story with a great visual effect and a lot of symbolism. It is a poem about the longing of one for a certain time and place in the past, but also the longing of a man for a woman. The third song is by the Czech composer Vangelis.


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