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Subject: [Leica] La "Saeta"
From: luisripoll at (Luis Ripoll)
Date: Sat Apr 12 02:15:37 2008
References: <000901c89c12$b083ef40$2101a8c0@luispersonal> <000b01c89c1d$21e52870$6b01a8c0@dadquad>

Hi Geoff,

This is the problem, so many crowded of people, photographs, broadcasting
that makes difficult isolate the subject.

Thanks for looking and commenting

Saludos cordiales

-----Mensaje original-----
[] En nombre de
Geoff Hopkinson
Enviado el: viernes, 11 de abril de 2008 23:44
Para: 'Leica Users Group'
Asunto: RE: [Leica] La "Saeta"

Luis, these are fascinating to see that there is a cameraman and soundman
capturing her performance, yet she appears to genuinely be singing with
great passion. Well caught.

-----Original Message-----
Subject: [Leica] La "Saeta"

La "Saeta" are popular songs, or selfcomposed songs, sangt by the persons
who assist to the procession, it has a very ancient origin, probably from
the 15 Century from the Gypsies living outside the cities, they can't live
on the cities..
Thanks for looking, your c&c are always appreciated
Saludos cordiales

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In reply to: Message from luisripoll at (Luis Ripoll) ([Leica] La "Saeta")
Message from hoppyman at (Geoff Hopkinson) ([Leica] La "Saeta")