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Felix Luna was a prominent Argentine writer, lyricist and historian.
Luna collaborated with pianist and composer Ariel Ramirez as a lyricist for what arguably became the best-known work for either man: the [[w:es:Misa Criolla|Misa Criolla]] (Creole Mass), in 1964. This joint success was followed by Mujeres Argentinas (Argentine Women), in 1969, among whose themes [[w:es:Alfonsina y el mar|Alfonsina y el mar]] (an ode to the ill-fated poet Alfonsina Storni) became particularly well-known. Ramirez and Luna were joined by traditional folklore vocalist Mercedes Sosa for Cantata Sudamericana, a 1972 album which made the latter an iconic figure in the music of Argentina.
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