Uxía

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Uxía Senlle
Birth name Uxía Domínguez Senlle
Born (1962-11-19) November 19, 1962 (age 54)
Sanguiñeda, Mos, Galicia, Spain
Genres Galician Folk

Uxía Senlle (born November 19, 1962 in Sanguiñeda, Mos) is one of the most respected and influential musicians from Galicia, Spain, and regarded as the grande dame of Galician music. Her songs have always the presence of traditional music but with a renewed and personal treatment. Among other projects, she is the artistic director and alma mater of the International Lusophone Festival, Cantos na Mare.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Foliada de marzo (Edigal), 1986
  • A estrela de maio (Edigal), 1987, with Na Lúa
  • Ondas do mar de Vigo (GASA), 1989, with Na Lúa
  • Entre cidades (Sons Galiza), 1991
  • Estou vivindo no ceo (Nubenegra), 1995
  • La sal de la vida (Nubenegra), 1997, with Rasha, María Salgado and Xesús Pimentel
  • Danza das areas, (Virgin), 2000
  • Cantos na maré (Nordesía), 2005, with Chico César, Filipa Pais, Manecas Costa, Astra Harris, Xabier Díaz and Jon Luz
  • Eterno navegar (Harmonía Mundi. World Village), 2008
  • A nena e o grilo (OQO), 2010, with Magín Blanco.
  • Meu canto (Fol Música), 2011
  • Andando a Terra (Fundación Manuel María), 2012, about poems of Manuel María
  • María Fumaça, Editorial Galaxia, 2012
  • Rosalía Pequeniña (Galaxia/Sonárbore), 2013
  • Xiqui xoque, fiú fiú!, Editorial Galaxia, 2014
  • Baladas da Galiza imaxinaria (Edicións da Madriña), 2015, with Fran Pérez (Narf)
  • Canta o cuco, Editorial Galaxia, 2015, with Magín Blanco

Collaborations[edit]

Compilations albums[edit]

  • A Cantar con Xabarín Vol. III (CRTVG, 1996)
  • All Children in School, All Cultures Together (Fundación Audrey Hepburn, 1997) with Omara Portoundo, Susana Baca, Teresa Salgueiro, Caetano Veloso and Dulce Pontes
  • Cantigas de Nadal (Boa, 1998) with Berrogüetto, A Quenlla, Xistra De Coruxo, Os Cempes, Leilía, Maite Dono, Pancho Alvarez, Muxicas, Na Lúa and Chouteira
  • Galicia, terra única (Xacobeo, 1999)
  • Spain in My Heart: Songs of the Spanish Civil War (Appleseed Records, 2003) with Arlo Guthrie, Michele Greene, John McCutcheo, Guardabarranco, Lila Downs, Aoife Clancy, Joel Rafael & Jamaica Rafael, Elixeo Parra, Quetzal and Laurie Lewis
  • Euskadi Galiziarekin/Galicia con Euskadi (Radio Euskadi, 2003)
  • Marea de Música (Boa, 2003)
  • Hadas (Factoría Author, 2004) with Mercedes Peón, Marina Rossell, Mestisay, María del Mar Bonet, Ginesa Ortega and Faltriqueira
  • Meniños cantores (Pontenasondas, Pai música and Casa de Tolos, 2006)
  • A Terra do Zeca: Tributo a Jose Afonso (Som Livre, 2007), with Terra d'Agua + Dulce Pontes, Filipa Pais, Lúcia Moniz and Maria Anadon
  • La tierra del agua (Limón Records, 2007) with Leilía, Budiño, Niño Josele and Hip Hop Roots
  • España (Putumayo World Music, 2009) with Peret, Gertrudis, DePedro, Burguitos, Calima, Gossos, El Combolinga, Xabier Lete, Gecko Turner, Biella Nuei
  • Compositoras (Vol. I) (Tratore, 2010) com Cristina Saraiva, Etel Frota, Simone Guimarães and Socorro Lira
  • Cantigas do Camiño (Boa, 2010)
  • CoraSons (Kalandraka, 2012)

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