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Magdalena Sanchez

Magdalena Sanchez, Venezuelan singer, better known like the Queen of the Venezuelan song, was born in Puerto Cabello, Carabobo, April 9, 1915.

Sanchez, made her first performances in a radial fan program and personal presentations. The first grouping with which she sang was the Conjunto Cantaclaro, later with the Fernandez brothers, Vicente Flores y sus Llaneros and the duet Spin Guanipa in 1934, with the Sonora Caracas Magdalena sang Tangos and Boleros, Guarachas and pasodobles .

In 1951, interpreted the folk songs Maria Laya and the Caujaritos along with Juan Vicente Torrealba having a great success. Other songs that would have the same answer on the public were: ''Barlovento, San Juan To'lo Tieneof Eduardo Serrano, Por el Camino of Jose Reyna, Canchunchu Dichosoof Luis Mariano Rivera, El Mango Verdeof Fleitas Beroes, Tierra negraof Angel Custodio Loyola, La Guayaba, Caminito Verde, the Macan, with the label Discomoda'' of Cesar Roldan. Magdalena was recognized like the initiator of the diffusion in Caracas, popular composers and other regions of the country. Also was designated and recognized like the pioneer of the Venezuelan Popular song.

Related websites

Magdalena Sanchez at Glorias del Folklore foundation

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