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José Padilla Sánchez (23 May 1889 in Almería – 25 October 1960 in Madrid), popularly known as Maestro Padilla was a famous Spanish composer and pianist. He was best known for the songs "La Violetera" and "El Relicario", composed for the tonadilla singer Raquel Meller, and the pasodoble song "Valencia". He became famous in France as he composed songs for the Moulin Rouge, like "Ça c'est Paris". "La Violetera" was adapted by Charlie Chaplin for the sound track of City Lights (1931).

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  • José Padilla Sánchez (* 28. Mai 1889 in Almería; † 25. Oktober 1960 in Madrid), genannt auch Maestro Padilla, war ein spanischer Komponist und Pianist. Bekannt wurde er insbesondere durch sein Lied Valencia.
  • José Padilla Sánchez (23 May 1889 in Almería – 25 October 1960 in Madrid), popularly known as Maestro Padilla was a famous Spanish composer and pianist. He was best known for the songs "La Violetera" and "El Relicario", composed for the tonadilla singer Raquel Meller, and the pasodoble song "Valencia". He became famous in France as he composed songs for the Moulin Rouge, like "Ça c'est Paris". "La Violetera" was adapted by Charlie Chaplin for the sound track of City Lights (1931).
  • José Padilla Sánchez (Almería, 23 de mayo de 1889 – Madrid, 25 de octubre de 1960), también conocido popularmente como «el Maestro Padilla», famoso compositor y pianista español, con amplia actividad creativa, interpretación, dirección de orquesta, empresario, edición, arquitectura, pintura.
  • José Padilla Sánchez (Almería, 23 mei 1889 – Madrid, 25 oktober 1960) was een Spaans componist, dirigent en pianist.
  • José Padilla Sánchez (né à Almería le 23 mai 1889 et décédé à Madrid le 25 octobre 1960) est un compositeur espagnol dont la musique a été déclarée d'Intérêt Universel par l’UNESCO à Paris[réf. nécessaire], en 1989.
  • José Padilla Sánchez, znany także jako José Padilla (ur. 23 maja 1889 w Almeríi zm. 25 października 1960 w Madrycie) – hiszpański kompozytor i pianista, nazywany (hiszp.) el maestro Padilla, autor licznych przebojów, operetek oraz muzyki filmowej. Znany z przebojów: * "El Relicario" * "La Violetera" - melodia wykorzystana w filmach: Charlesa Chaplina: Światła wielkiego miasta (1931), Niepokorni (All Night Long) z Barbrą Streisand (1981) i Zapach kobiety (1992) * "Valencia" * "Ça c'est Paris"
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