A past filled with Cuban music. "Presentation with sound"Slide 2
Xiomara AlfaroSlide 3
Xiomara Alfaro was conceived in Havana, Cuba in 1930. She appeared in 1951 and worked in the most prevalent supper clubs in Havna: Sans Souci, Tropicana and Montmatre. She has recorded various collections containing Cuban models and in addition global melodies. A large number of the choices were sung in a two part harmony with her better half, Rafael Benitez. She recorded no less than 12 collections and right now dwells in the U.S., where she keeps on performing. Snap to proceedSlide 4
Zoraida MarreroSlide 5
Zoraida Marrero was conceived in Havana, Cuba, in 1911. She performed in the Cuban Nights appear at Carnegie Hall, which united a large number of the stars of Cuban music in a state of banishment. She was the principal star to perform at Liborio, the most prestigious Cuban nightclub in New York amid the 1960s. She kicked the bucket in New Jersey in 2003. Snap to proceedSlide 6
Fernando AlbuerneSlide 7
Fernando Albuerne was conceived on October 28, 1920 in the town of Sagua de Tánamo, Oriente region, in Cuba. A refined artist, he started visiting the United States in 1947. In Cuba he was connected with the Radio Suaritos radio station until 1954. After the Castro tyranny came to control in 1959, he was banished to Caracas, Venezuela, and later moved to Miami, where he quit performing. He kicked the bucket in Caracas in 2000. Snap to proceedSlide 8
Olga Chorens & Tony AlvarezSlide 9
This two part harmony comprised of Olga Chorens, who was conceived in Havana in 1924, and Tony Alvarez, likewise conceived in Havana in 1919. They were known as Olga and Tony and were hitched in 1946. Somewhere around 1951 and 1954 they were uncontrollably effective radio and TV characters in Havana. In 1960 the couple was ousted to Puerto Rico, where they proceeded with their musical vocation with a collection of Cuban and worldwide melodies. There they additionally began another TV appear. Tony passed on at 83 years old on March 19, 2001. Snap to proceedSlide 10
Pérez PradoSlide 11
Pérez Prado was conceived on December 11, 1916 in the region of Mantanzas, Cuba. He popularlized the mambo and made it an overall sensation. Despite the fact that it was the brainchild of a few performers, Dámaso Pérez Prado was the person who is credited with its prominent presentation. He was additionally the principal Hispanic craftsman to reach #1 on the Billboard graph and he remained in that spot for 26 weeks with the tune entitled "Cerezo Rosa." He passed on in Mexico on September 13, 1989 at 73 years old. Snap to proceedSlide 12
Celina & ReutilioSlide 13
Celina González was conceived in 1928 in Matanzas, Cuban. Reutilio Domínguez was conceived in Guantánamo in 1921. He was a guitarist, arranger and vocalist. The couple wedded in 1943 and they performed together until they isolated in 1964. Reutilio passed on in 1971. Somewhere around 1964 and 1980 Celina González sought after a performance profession. Snap to proceedSlide 14
Marisela VerenaSlide 15
Marisela Verena was conceived in Pinar del Rio, Cuba in 1951. She has been singing and composing music for over 40 decades. Despite whether she lives in Spain, Puerto Rico or Miami, her Cuban roots remain in place; her voice is warm and firm, and her melodies blend profound feelings for her gathering of people. Couple of specialists have possessed the capacity to catch the substance of outcast like Marisela Verena. Snap to proceedSlide 16
Matamoros TrioSlide 17
Matamoros Trio. This is the most compelling and famous trio in Cuban music. It was begun in 1925 by Miguel Matamoros, Siro Rodríguez and Rafael Cueto. From the earliest starting point the band had a one of a kind sound, the "bolero-child", a music rich in congruity yet with the solid beat of the child. Snap to proceedSlide 18
Guillermo PortabalesSlide 19
Guillermo Portabeles was conceived in Las Villas, Cuba in 1911. He was an endorser, musician and guitar player who advanced the Cuban nation style, or "guajiro" music, from the 1930s to the 1960s. His lazy and exquisite style made him famous all through Latin America. In 1953 he moved to Puerto Rico where he proceeded with his profession until his life finished shockingly at 59 years old in an auto collision in 1970. Snap to proceedSlide 20
Desi ArnazSlide 21
Desi Arnaz was conceived in Santiago, Cuba in 1917. He was an individual from the Xavier Cuga band in New York. He advanced the conga in the U.S. He was an artist, humorist and on-screen character who featured in the hit indicate "I Love Lucy" with his significant other, Lucille Ball. He kicked the bucket in California in 1986. Snap to proceedSlide 22
Enrique ChiaSlide 23
Enrique Chia is a proficient piano player who was conceived in Las Villas, Cuba. As a tyke he concentrated piano.. In 1961 he was ousted to the United States where he earned his Ph.D. in metallurgy at the Georgia Institute of Technology, "Georgia Tech". He is an expert musician whose resonant aptitude is known around the world. He lives in Alabama and keeps on visiting all through the world. Snap to proceedSlide 24
Olga GuillotSlide 25
Olga Guillot was conceived in Santiago, Cuba in 1922. In 1963 she was granted the Golden Palm in Hollywood, California. She was a famous vocalist and had the refinement of being the main Cuban and Hispanic to sing at Carnegie Hall in New York. Snap to proceedSlide 26
Rolando LaserieSlide 27
Rolando Laserie was conceived in Santa Clara, Cuba in 1923. He earned his notoriety with his unique boleros, "guarachas" and "child". His trademark rough voice and forceful verses earned him the epithet "The Tough Guy of Song." Rolando kicks the bucket in Coral Gables, Florida in November, 1998." Click to proceedSlide 28
Willy ChirinoSlide 29
He was conceived in Pinar del Río, Cuba, in 1947 and went into outcast in Operation Peter Pan. He is a universally famous artist, author, songrwriter and maker. His self-portraying "Our Day is Near" depicts the trip of a youngster compelled to re begin his life alone 90 miles from the shores of his local Cuba and is the song of devotion for all flexibility thirsting Cubans. Snap to proceedSlide 30
Gloria EstefanSlide 31
Gloria Estéfan was conceived in Havana in 1957. This five time Grammy champ is a refined vocalist and songrwriter and the Queen of Latin Pop music. Gloria and her better half, Emilio, wedded in 1978 and began the Miami Sound Machine. They have two youngsters. Snap to proceedSlide 32
Celia CruzSlide 33
Celia Cruz was conceived in Havana in 1925. The Cuban songstress spent the greater part of her life living and performing in the United States. She wedded Pedro Knight, who was a trombone player in her band, the "Sonora Matancera." Celia was a standout amongst the best Cuban and Hispanic artists of the twentieth Century known by her trademark: "Azúcar!", a demonstration of her reasoning of life and her Cuban roots. She kicked the bucket in her home in Fort Lee, New Jersey in 2003. Snap to proceedSlide 34
Carlos Vidal ayuda musical. The EndSlide 35
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