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Performer: Rómulo Gallegos
Genre: Not music
Title: Habla Romulo Gallegos
Country: Venezuela
Released: 1984
Style: Spoken Word
Label: Not On Label
MP3 version ZIP size: 2292 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 1137 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 262

Tracklist

1Pórtico.
2Venezuela.
3La Doma.
4Los derechos de Mister Peligro.
5Los puntos sobre las haches.
6 Doña Bárbara
7 Pobre Negro
8Toda horizontes, toda caminos.
9La copla errante.
10Las vacaciones del humanista.
11 Canaima
12 Cantaclaro

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneRómulo Gallegos Cantaclaro - Pobre Negro / Doña Bárbara - Canaima ‎(10", Red)Not On LabelnoneUS1953
noneRomulo Gallegos Voz Y Testimonio / Narradores Venezolanos ‎(LP, Album)Instituto Nacional de Cultura y Bellas ArtesnoneVenezuela1967

Credits

  • Compiled ByLowell Dunham, Lucy Tandy
  • ProducerCorrespondence Study Department, Extension Division, The University Of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma
  • Recorded By, Compiled ByRómulo Gallegos

Notes

Edición especial de la presidencia de la república de Venezuela en homenaje al centenario del nacimiento de Don Romulo Gallegos. Agosto 2, 1884 - Agosto 2, 1984

Album

Rómulo Ángel del Monte Carmelo Gallegos Freire 2 August 1884 5 April 1969 was a Venezuelan novelist and politician. For a period of some nine months during 1948, he was the first cleanly elected president in his country's history. Rómulo Gallegos was born in Caracas to Rómulo Gallegos Osío and Rita Freire Guruceaga, into a family of humble origin. He began his work as a schoolteacher, writer, classical music enthusiast, and journalist in 1903. His novel Doña Bárbara was first published in 1929. Not Now. Romulo Gallegos. 12 people like this. 13 people follow this. Alexis Gutiérrez. Romulo martinez. Gian carlos moreno mendoza. Armando Zamora Guzmani. His novel Doña Bárbara was first published in 1929, and it was because of the book's criticisms of the regime of longtime dictator Juan Vicente Gómez that he was forced to flee the country. Further reading. Gallegos: Doña Bárbara, Donald Leslie Shaw. Rómulo Gallegos: an Oklahoma encounter and the writing of the last novel, Lowell Dunham. Nine essays on Rómulo Gallegos, Hugo Rodríguez-Alcalá. Nació en Caracas el 2 de agosto 1884. Murió en Caracas el 7 de abril de 1969. Stream Tracks and Playlists from Rómulo Gallegos on your desktop or mobile device. Rómulo Gallegos 17 de febrero de 1948 - Toma de posesión presidencial de Venezuela. romulo gallegos presidente de venezuela, documental full. competencia de instruccion premilitar ROMULO GALLEGOS SAN ANTONIO. Doña Bárbara Rómulo Gallegos. The Rómulo Gallegos International Novel Prize Spanish: Premio internacional de novela Rómulo Gallegos was created on 6 August 1964 by a presidential decree enacted by Venezuelan president Raúl Leoni, in honor of the Venezuelan politician and President Rómulo Gallegos, the author of Doña Bárbara. The declared purpose of the prize is to perpetuate and honor the work of the eminent novelist and also to stimulate the creative activity of Spanish language writers. Rómulo Ángel del Monte Carmelo Gallegos Freire was a Venezuelan novelist and politician best known for his forceful novels that dramatize the overpowering natural aspects of the Venezuelan Llanos grasslands, the local folklore, and such social events as alligator hunts. For a period of some nine months during 1948, Romulo Gallegos was the first cleanly elected president in his country's history. Rómulo Ángel del Monte Carmelo Gallegos Freire was a Venezuelan novelist and politician. About Rómulo Gallegos: Novelista, docente y político venezolano. Se le ha considerado como el novelista venezolano más relevante del siglo XX y uno de l. Rómulo Gallegos Freire was a Venezuelan teacher, novelist and politician. But it was not as a teacher nor a political leader that Gallegos was to achieve greatest fame. He was best known for his forceful novels that dramatize the overpowering natural aspects of the Venezuelan Llanos grasslands, the local folklore, and such social events as alligator hunts