Mujeres Argentinas (LP, Album). Mujeres Argentinas (LP, Album, Promo).
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Haydée Mercedes Sosa (Spanish pronunciation: ; 9 July 1935 – 4 October 2009), sometimes known as La Negra (literally: The Black One), was an Argentine singer who was popular throughout Latin America and many countries outside the region. With her roots in Argentine folk music, Sosa became one of the preeminent exponents of nueva canción. She gave voice to songs written by many Latin American songwriters. Her music made people hail her as the "voice of the voiceless ones".
This song is part of an Album called Mujeres Argentinas (Argetine Women). Mercedes Sosa, Ariel Ramirez (Argentine pianist-composer) and Felix Luna (poet-historian) collaborated to create this album, which is a tribute to several Argentine women. One of these women is Alfonsina Storni a twentieth-century poet who was diagnosed with cancer and committed suicide, when she was 38 years old; the poet committed suicide by walking into the sea Mar de Plata in Buenos Aires.
Cover information about the songs on the release Mujeres argentinas by Mercedes Sosa: who covered the songs, who sang the originals. Mujeres argentinas by Mercedes Sosa.
Mercedes Sosa (Haydée Mercedes Sosa) Alfonsina y el mar lyrics: Por la blanda arena que lame el mar, Su pequeña huella no vuelve más . Artist: Mercedes Sosa ( Haydée Mercedes Sosa). Also performed by: Tania Libertad, Florent Pagny. Album: Mujeres Argentinas (1969). Translations: Dutch, English, French German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian. A A. Alfonsina y el mar. Por la blanda arena que lame el mar. Su pequeña huella no vuelve más
Las Cartas De Guadalupe. This song is by Mercedes Sosa and appears on the album Mujeres Argentinas (1969). Ay, Guadalupe, Las cartas tuyas se han vuelto nubesUn ángel ciego llevó tus cartas y se perdieron, Que pena grande, eres viudita y no lo sabes. En una fragata amarillaMariano se fue de viajeMe ha de traer unos arosY un ceñidor de brillantesMe ha de traer unos arosY un ceñidor de brillantes. Ay, Guadalupe, Las cartas tuyas se han vuelto nubes. Nominate as Song of the Day.
It's been 7 years since Latin America lost the revolutionary singer Mercedes Sosa. As member of the Communist Party, she was targeted by the dictatorship in Argentina in the late 1970s. She used her voice and lyrics to fight against oppression. Snapshot Oct. 4, 2016. Remembering Mercedes Sosa: Argentina's Revolutionary Singer. Tuesday 4 de october de 2016 11:50 hrs. It's been 7 years since Latin America lost the revolutionary singer Mercedes Sosa.