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  1. (writer: "Sobre Las Olas (Over the Waves)" - uncredited) Timex All-Star Jazz Show (TV Series) (music - 1 episode) - Episode dated 30 April () Occupation: Soundtrack, Composer, Music Department.
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  4. May 03,  · John on all of the track links on over the waves, I am holding my fiddle in one hand, I lay my bow down on my lap I reach over with my free hand and press play and before I can pick up my bow off my lap the metronome starts it’s six click start, I have to get my fiddle in place and bow by the sixth click, it almost always catches me not ready, So I get my fiddle in place first before I press play and .
  5. Rosas's best known work is 'Sobre las Olas' or 'Over the Waves'. It was first published in Mexico in It remains popular as a classic waltz, and has also found its way into New Orleans Jazz and Tejano music. In the United States 'Sobre las Olas' has a cultural association with funfairs, and trapeze artists, as it was one of the tunes.
  6. Over the Waves: A Story of Flamenco in the U.S. (Sobre las Olas: A Story of Flamenco in the U.S.) Synopsis. The heart of flamenco in the United States and the artists who keep it alive. Read Full Synopsis.
  7. Mar 16,  · Based on the brief life of the Mexican composer of the famous waltz, "Over the Waves" ("Sobre las Olas"), Juventino Rosas/10(1).
  8. May 06,  · Rosas performed again at the Chicago World's Fair in as well, and by that time his most famous composition, "Sobre las Olas (Over the Waves)," was famous world-wide. He died the next year in Cuba while on tour, but is remembered in Mexico as the 'Waltz King', where there is a town named after him.

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