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Ruben Radica - Ruben Radica album
  • Performer Ruben Radica
  • Title Ruben Radica
  • Style Post-Modern
  • Other formats MOD AC3 TTA AHX AU AA DXD
  • Genre Classical
  • Size MP3 1439 mb
  • Size FLAC 1717 mb
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Ruben Radica ‎– Ruben Radica. Label: Jugoton ‎– LSY-66014. Series: Suvremeni Hrvatski Skladatelji, Contemporary Croatian Composers Series –, Fonoars –. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album.

Composed By – Ruben Radica. Liner Notes – Erika Krpan. Liner Notes – Maja Šoljan. Other – Vida Ramušćak. 모. Suvremeni Hrvatski Skladatelji, Contemporary Croatian Composers Series.

Ruben Radica (born 19 May 1931) is a Croatian composer. He was born in Split, and acquired a music grounding from his grandfather, the composer Josip Hatze. At the Zagreb Academy he graduated from the conducting class of Slavko Zlatić (1957) and from the composition class of Milko Kelemen (1958). In addition he attended classes in Siena, Paris and Darmstadt, given by Vito Frazzi, René Leibowitz, Olivier Messiaen, György Ligeti, Pierre Boulez and Henri Pousseur.

Omár Rubén "Negro" Rada Silva (born 16 July 1943) is a Uruguayan percussionist, composer, and singer. He is closely associated with candombe, a genre built around a chorus of tamboriles, Uruguayan barrel drums. Rada has recorded more than thirty albums. His music, labelled candombe beat, combines pop, rock, and other styles with Uruguayan sounds, such as candombe drums and murga choruses. Rada has composed some of Uruguay's most cherished songs.

Composed By – Ruben Rada. 13. Sueño Contigo (I Dream With You). Composed By – Ruben Rada. 14. Candombe Pa'l Fatto (Candombe For Fatto). Montevideo ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM). Pelo Music. During World War II Hatze became a refugee in El Shatt in Egypt. There he organized a camp choir. Hatze taught the basics of music to his grandson, Ruben Radica (b. 1941), who became a professional musician, teacher and composer. Hatze wrote up to 60 songs. He wrote the cantatas "Night at Una" (verses by Hugo Badalić), "Exodus" (1912) and "Golemi Pan" (1917).

Listen to music from Ruben Rada like Dedos, Cha Cha, Muchacha & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ruben Rada. When you are talking about uruguayan music, you must to talk about Rada. Better know as "el negro" He started to sing with orquestas like Hot Blowers in the 50th. In 1965 he formed "El Kinto". In spanish kinto means fifth, beacuse the band was the fifth of Eduardo Mateo, his friend and also a symbol of the uruguayan music.

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A1 Lyrical Variations
Conductor – Igor GjadrovOrchestra – Strings Of Zagreb RTV Symphony Orchestra*
A2 19 & 10
Chorus – Zagreb RTV Chorus*Conductor – Krešimir ŠipušNarrator – Božidar BobanOrchestra – Zagreb RTV Orchestra*
A3 Piano Piece No 3
Piano – Fred Došek
B1 Foundering
Conductor – Vladimir BenićOrchestra – Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra*Organ – Anđelko Klobučar, Fred Došek
B2 Per Se I
Conductor – Krešimir ŠipušOndes Martenot – Janka Šanjek-ŠipušOrchestra – Zagreb RTV Symphony Orchestra*
B3 Extensio
Conductor – Milan HorvatOrchestra – Zagreb RTV Symphony Orchestra*Piano – Vladimir Krpan


  • Composed By – Ruben Radica


Strictly non-commercial issue for internal use within MIC and Radio-television Zagreb. Made in the late 70s/early 80s.