Amapola a la Polska


 
 
 
 
 

Video number in my collection 70
Production date:    31 July 2006
Playout date:    31 July 2006
Camera:    Logitech Webcam
Post Production:    None
Location:    Home on the terrace
Genre: Duet
Soundtrack info:    Amapola, Spanish folk song
Languages used:    Spanish
Animals featured:    None
Date added here: 9 October 2010
Number of days this video was up at time of posting: 1 531
Number of views at time of posting: 997
Number of views per day: 0,7
Number of comments at time of posting (don’t forget to click through to read the comments!): 7
Comments per thousand views: 7,0
Likes at time of posting: 4
Dislikes at time of posting: 5
Likes to dislikes ratio: 0,8
Votes per thousand views: 9,0
Ratio of comments to votes: 78%

 

Fue visitado por Antonio Salvador Bau Montoro, un conocido artista y amigo mio de Espana, y cantamos juntos la cancion “Amapola”.
 
I was visited at the office by a friend of mine from Spain, the well-known singer and Aloe vera farmer Antonio Salvador Bau Montoro, and we sang the song Amapola for your enjoyment together, the first of three Spanish duets we did off the cuff.
 
Unfortunately we hadn’t had time to practice, it was all off the cuff, and we weren’t anticipating the frequent key changes in the track. We also couldn’t hear it as well as the computer picked it up, so the last verse is truly discordant on this. That is probably why more folk have disliked this one than liked it. It was fun though.

About David J. James

53 year old accountant who loves languages, literature, history, religion, politics, internet, vlogging and blogging and lively written discussion. Conservative Christian, married to an angel, we have three kids, and live in Warsaw, Poland. I can help you with company set-up, bookkeeping, payroll, tax, audit and due diligence all over Poland and the region.

Posted on 10/10/2010, in Me singing without introductions, Spain and the Spanish Speaking World, With Another Person and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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