Perfidia" (Spanish for "perfidy", meaning faithlessness, treachery or betrayal) is a song written by Alberto Domínguez (1911–1975), a Mexican composer and arranger born in the state of Chiapas, about love and betrayal. Aside from the original Spanish, other renditions exist, including English and instrumental versions. The English lyrics are by Milton Leeds. The song was published in 1939 and became a hit for Xavier Cugat on the Victor label in 1940.
Singer: Trio San José. Album: La Violetera, Perfidia. Trio San José - La Violetera, Perfidia MP3 version. 1379 downloads at 32 mb/s.
La Violetera is a copla song, with the rhythm of a habanera, composed by José Padilla in 1914 with lyrics by Eduardo Montesinos and interpreted and popularized by the Spanish singer Raquel Meller. In Spanish, "Violetera" is a girl or woman who sells violets in the street. The song was composed by José Padilla during his stay in Paris as director of the orchestra of the Casino de Paris music hall. Its premiere took place in Barcelona, however, with an interpretation by Carmen Flores.
Title: La violetera (1958). The theme song from "La Violetera" became Montiel's signature song. There are good actors in supporting roles like Ana Mariscal, Frank Villard, Tomás Blanco, Pastor Serrador, Tony Soler, Félix Fernández, a brief and early appearance by Laura Valenzuela, among others. Luxurious as well as evocative cinematography in brilliant Technicolor by Antonio L. Ballesteros.
Album · 2009 · 10 Songs. Perfídia Boleros Carlinhos Mafasoli. Listen on Apple Music. Acercate Mas, La Violetera. 6. Contigo Aprendí, Orgulho.
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The Spanish word 'Perfidia' means 'betrayal'. Olavi Virta - Quizás, Quizás, Quizás. José Luis Perales is a Spanish singer/songwriter known for writing many of the great ballads which defined they golden years of romantic Latin music from the 70s and 80s, and ' Y Cómo Es El' is certainly no exception. Hector Lavoe - El Cantante. Sara Montiel - La Violetera. Written in 1914, this song tells the story of a girl who sells violets on the street.