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OVIDI MONTLLOR -20 anys de vacances/20 cançons
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OVIDI MONTLLOR-A L'Olympia
(CD) PICAP CA
OVIDI MONTLLOR-A Alcoi
(CD) PICAP CA
OVIDI MONTLLOR-De manars i garrotades
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OVIDI MONTLLOR-Salvat-Papasseit
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LLUÍS LLACH,OVIDI MONTLLOR,SAU,M.M.BONET...-Sant Jordi,Amor i poesia
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An excellent album dating back to 1974 in which Montllor, combining music and poetry, sings his unforgettable “Homenatge a Teresa”, and puts Vicent Andrés Estellés’ “Els amants”, Pere Quart’s “Corrandes de l´exili” and other poems to music. An invaluable document in which the singer perfectly conveys a fundamental sentiment of love for his heritage. Ovidi was a man rooted in his town, Alcoi.

Ovidi Montllor i Mengual, better known as Ovidi Montllor (Alcoi, February 4, 1942 - Barcelona, March 10, 1995) was a Valencian singer-songwriter and actor who was involved in the Nova cançó catalana (New Catalan Song), a folk-rock movement. He debuted in 1962 with the theater troupe, La Cazuela, based in Alcoi. At the age of 24, he moved to Barcelona, where he acted with independent theater troupes such as Grup de Teatre Independent del CICF, and later with the theater companies directed by Núria Espert and Adrià Gual. In 1968, he began a distinguished career as a singer-songwriter, often accompanied by the musician Toti Soler, putting his own lyrics as well as poetry by Salvador Espriu, Vicent Andrés Estellés and Pere Quart to music. He died in Barcelona in 1995 of cancer of the esophagus. Five months earlier, his hometown, Alcoi, had honored him with a heartfelt tribute concert.