Mexico

Historia de Un Amor by Carlos Almaran

Historia de Un Amor (version 2) by Carlos Eleta Almarán Historia de un Amor (Spanish for “a love story”) is a song about a man’s old love written by Panamanian songwriter Carlos Eleta Almarán. It was written after the death of his brother’s wife. It is also in the soundtrack of a 1956 Mexican movie …

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History de Un Amor by Carlos Almaran

History de Un Amor by Carlos Eleta Almarán Historia de un Amor (Spanish for “a love story”) is a song about a man’s old love written by Panamanian songwriter Carlos Eleta Almarán. It was written after the death of his brother’s wife. It is also in the soundtrack of a 1956 Mexican movie of the …

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Besame Mucho by Consuelo Velasquez

Besame Mucho by Consuelo Velázquez (1916–2005) Ulli Bögershausen is a German solo guitarist and guitar teacher. He is internationally known due to touring Japan, USA and Taiwan in 1995 and further authored several educational books for guitar playing. Börgershausen started classical guitar music education at the age of 9. He is currently mentoring Sungha Jung, …

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Frenesi by Alberto Dominguez

Frenesi by Alberto Dominguez (1913-1975) Composer/arranger Alberto Dominguez was born in the Mexican state of Chiapas in 1913. In 1939, he composed two songs that went on to become standards of Latin jazz: “Frenesí,” recorded by Pérez Prado among many others, and “Perfidia,” perhaps most associated with Glenn Miller, although the biggest hit version was …

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Rumba Veracruzana by Ernesto Garcia De Leon

Rumba Veracruzana by Ernesto Garcia De Leon (1952-) Ernesto García de León is a comptemporary Mexican Composer who specializes in guitar music, and whose works are becoming increasingly known internationally. He studied at the Music School of the National Independent University of Mexico (UNAM) and he is now professor of guitar and composition at the …

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Solamente Una Vez by Agustin Lara

Solamente Una Vez by Agustin Lara (1897-1970) Agustín Lara was a Mexican singer and songwriter. Lara’s first musical composition was “Marucha”, written in honor of one of his first loves. In 1927 he already was working in cabarets. He subsequently moved to Puebla, but returned to Mexico City in 1928. That same year he started …

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Siente Mi Amor by Chingon

Rumba Tempestad by Juan Serrano(1912-1990) Chingon was formed by film director Robert Rodriguez to record songs for his 2003 film Once Upon a Time in Mexico. They contributed on Mexico and Mariachis, a compilation album to Rodríguez’ Mariachi Trilogy, and released their debut album, Mexican Spaghetti Western, in 2004. The band’s name comes from a …

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Buenas Intenciones by Fernando Delgadillo

Buenas Intenciones by Fernando Delgadillo (1965-) Fernando Delgadillo is a Latin American musician and composer. He is considered a major representative of the Folk music genre in Mexico. He mostly writes about everyday happenings, he’s been often called the creator of an “informal” kind of songwriting. He is a master of metaphors and deals with …

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Ciudades Perdidas by Fernando Delgadillo

Ciudades Perdidas by Fernando Delgadillo (1965-) Fernando Delgadillo is a Latin American musician and composer. He is considered a major representative of the Folk music genre in Mexico. He mostly writes about everyday happenings, he’s been often called the creator of an “informal” kind of songwriting. He is a master of metaphors and deals with …

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De La Cancion De Protesta by Fernando Delgadillo

De La Cancion De Protesta by Fernando Delgadillo (1965-) Fernando Delgadillo is a Latin American musician and composer. He is considered a major representative of the Folk music genre in Mexico. He mostly writes about everyday happenings, he’s been often called the creator of an “informal” kind of songwriting. He is a master of metaphors …

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