Al Tall

Al Tall
Al Tall en concert à Benissa (province d'Alicante) en 2007.

Al Tall est un groupe de musique traditionnelle du Pays valencien (Espagne), fondé à Valence en 1975 par Vicent Torrent, Manuel Miralles et Miquel Gil.

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Année Titre Label
1975 Cançó popular, País Valencià Edigsa
1976 Deixeu que rode la roda Edigsa
1978 Posa vi, posa vi, posa vi... Edigsa
1978 A Miquel assassinaren
(dédié à Miguel Grau)
Edigsa
1979 Quan el mal ve d'Almansa... PDI
1979 Nadal valencià I i II Ànec
1980 Som de la pelitrúmpeli Ànec
1982 Cançons de la nostra Mediterrània
(avec Maria del Mar Bonet)
Ariola
1983 Tocs i vares Edigsa
1984 10 anys PDI
1985 Xarq al-Andalus
(avec Muluk el-Hwa)
RTVE-Música
1979 Xavier "el Coixo" Difusió Mediterrània
1991 Quart creixent
1994 Europ eu!
(dédié à Guillem Agulló)
PDI
1995 Antologia: vint anys d'Al Tall La Màscara
1999 La nit PICAP
2001 25 anys en directe PICAP
2004 Vares velles PICAP
2006 Envit a vares PICAP
2009 Vergonya, cavallers, vergonya PICAP

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