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13:59

What to do

Cudeca Goldies Christmas fair

Tony Bryant

...will be a festive performance given by the Costa Soul Singers, who will entertain with some of the most traditional Christmas carols and songs. There will also a special visit from Father Christmas to get everyone in the yuletide spirit. Those wishing

12:26

What to do

Potions, prints and crafts in Alozaina market

SUR in English

...and potions, leather, hemp products etc. To add to the festive atmosphere, one of the artists will be performing his repertoir of French songs on a barrel organ. Visitors will hopefully be able to enjoy a cup of Chai tea or some mulled wine

13:42

Gibraltar

A Magical Christmas has begun in Ocean Village

Debbie Bartlett

...snow upon arrival, those attending enjoyed a sing-along and comedy from Princess Poppy, Sleeping Beauty and special guest Superman, Christmas songs from the Prior Park choir, the crowning of the Prince and Princess of Ocean Village 2017/2018, and of

17:01

Local

Pupils to perform at Christmas market to raise money for film

Eugenio Cabezas

songs from the musical film which they have made in collaboration with schools in France, Germany, Italy and the UK as part of the project. In addition to the stall, the group will be performing songs and dances from the film at 4pm on Friday.

15:05

What to do

La Herradura Christmas events

Jennie Rhodes

...choir at the San José church at 7.30pm. Meanwhile, on 22 and 28 December, there is the opportunity to join in with traditional Christmas songs, accompanied by the zambomba (a traditional Andalusian musical instrument), and typical Christmas products

17:34

What to do

A rock and roll Christmas in Coín

Tony Bryant

...movement of the 80s and 90s. Dvuelta will also perform some of the biggest hit songs of international artists like Tina Turner, The Rolling Stones and The Police. The band is extremely entertaining and is sure to get the audience moving with their

17:35

What to do

Christmas at the Cervantes theatre

Denise Bush

...this year to perform at the theatre. With over one hundred musicians, dancers and singers, they will be performing dances and songs from traditional Russian folklore. The show is on Boxing Day, 26 December at 5.30pm. Following the San Petersburg Army ... Choir will be the Alabama Gospel Choir. They will be singing a variety of gospel songs reflecting the influence of Negro Spirituals and African slave music mixed with funk and blues. The curtain goes up at 9.30pm on 26 December. More rousing music is

18:45

LifeStyle

Andalucía stays faithful to 'villancicos' tradition during the 'fiesta zambomba'

Tony Bryant

Spanish Christmas carols, 'villancicos', originate from medieval peasant songs called 'canto de villano'. Villancicos gained popularity in the second half of the 16th century in Spain and these devotional songs, which were sung during the feasts of ... 'fiesta zambomba'. The name derives from the instrument that is traditionally used to accompany these lively festive songs. The zambomba is a percussive instrument that would once have been made from an old paint tin or flower pot, over which a membrane is ... stretched: a stick attached with small cymbals is inserted through the skin and this is moved up and down to create a droning rhythm. Frying pans, anis bottles and an array of home-made rhythmic instruments are also used to accompany these songs, known in

18:45

LifeStyle

The intriguing history of a Christmas staple

Tony Bryant

...singing of carols in churches in England is thought to have begun in Cornwall in 1880Carols were first sung in Europe thousands of years ago, although they were pagan songs usually sung during the Winter Solstice. The word 'carol' actually means to dance ... Christian songs replaced the pagan ones. In the 9th and 10th centuries, Christmas Prose was introduced to monasteries in Northern Europe and in the 12th century, a Parisian monk named Adam of St Victor began to derive music from popular songs, introducing ... something closer to what would become the traditional Christmas carol. The Christmas carol started to gain popularity in 1223, when Francis of Assisi began producing his Nativity plays in Italy. These plays included songs that told the story of Christ's

18:30

What to do

Torremolinos to see in the New Year in style

Tony Bryant

...the area. The band plays a repertoire of hits from the 1950s to present day; each medley ranging from 10 to 12 songs from each decade, so they will offer something for all musical tastes. The event is expected to be well attended, so early arrival

12:45

What to do

Magical music from the Disney movies

SUR IN ENGLISH

...www.teatrocervantes.com Soloists Paco Arrojo, Julia Möller, Judith Tobella and Diego Rodríguez will be singing favourite songs from Pocahontas, Aladdin, The Lion King, Jungle Book and many others, accompanied by the full orchestra and conducted by Arturo Díez Boscovich.

15:10

LifeStyle

A dip in the sea for charity and New Year's resolutions

SUR IN ENGLISH society scene

...sherry at La Parilla de Pepe on 20 December. The Fuengirola show group, 'A Touch of Class' started the morning with songs from famous shows and finished with a seasonal rendition of the Twelve Days of Christmas. The chairman of the branch, Jo Taylor,

20:14

Local

Young rockers against bullying

Mónica Pérez

...better than anything else and they began by doing versions of their favourite groups before going on to compose their own. They have now recorded three songs, which will appear on their album 'It's a new age', which was produced thanks to crowdfunding

11:02

LifeStyle

Making music to assist cancer care

Tony Bryant

...singer-songwriter, has rubbed shoulders with numerous iconic artistes of the 1960s and 70s, yet he is bettwe known as an artist who has dedicated most of his adult life to helping others with his music. One Wish Steve has recorded songs for the Macmillan nurses

15:07

What to do

Reliving the retro culture of the 1950s

Tony Bryant

Montez, an American guitarist and vocalist whose sound is exemplified in songs such as Let's Dance, Monkey Fever and The More I See You. Multi-million selling Montez has performed on some of the top stages of the world, sharing the bill with The Beatles,

11:37

Opinion

Swift justice

Peter Edgerton

...harbouring 'moon' and 'June' grievances by the shedload. As far as I remember there were approximately fifty thousand hit songs called The Power Of Love, or it may have been three, I can't recall. Whatever - I'm pretty sure they didn't sue each other into ... oblivion, probably because they were good enough songs (especially Frankie Goes To Hollywood's) to each earn their own pay day. So, we've got a lot to thank Michael W Fitzgerald for, not least giving us all a hearty chuckle over our cornflakes. That's

11:18

LifeStyle

“Nick came up with the name of the duo”

Jennie Rhodes

Bruce says. They will be playing songs by Muddy Waters, Elmore James, Taj Mahal and other blues artists. The duo also play rock and roll and as well as two original songs - one by Bruce and the other by Nick. They are planning more gigs for March 2018

13:45

What to do

Rugby and reggae day

Tony Bryant

...of Cudeca. The music begins around 7.30pm, when international reggae star, Jens Malling, will perform songs from his latest recording, Simple Pleasures. He will also perform popular hits of celebrated reggae musicians. With the recent release of his

18:38

Opinion

Wordless legacy

Héctor Barbotta

...words. Some think this is a disadvantage, because our sports teams don't have the motivation their rivals get from shouting their way through war songs -which is what most anthems are. Recent sports results, however, prove this theory wrong. On the other