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El Negro Ojeda

El Negro Ojeda

El Negro Ojeda


Salvador "Negro" Ojeda (born 27 January 1931 Mexico City) is a Mexican with a rich musical upbringing. His parents being from Veracruz meant an early introduction to the regional popular [rag]Son Jarocho style. From an early age inspired him to play the revelry and the piano, he learned of hearing instruments and to served to compose his first songs when he was 12 years. Chilango birth, though rumba, jarocho and trova for heritage and vocation, Salvador Read more on Last.fm
Salvador "Negro" Ojeda (born 27 January 1931 Mexico City) is a Mexican with a rich musical upbringing. His parents being from Veracruz meant an early introduction to the regional popular [rag]Son Jarocho style. From an early age inspired him to play the revelry and the piano, he learned of hearing instruments and to served to compose his first songs when he was 12 years. Chilango birth, though rumba, jarocho and trova for heritage and vocation, Salvador Ojeda sing The Black history on 5 April 2003 when the "Palacio de Bellas Artes" (Palace of Fine Arts) opened its doors in recognition of a career of 60 years, in which has been an example of consistency and commitment, but above all, love for music. "However, he says, the experience that would forever mark me occurred in 1946 when I discovered the Cuban popular music, with which excited me so much that I founded a group to party with which debuted at a restaurant in "Paseo de la Reforma" "Over the next 15 years, after passing through the Mexican Children Choir, which extended my knowledge in choral music, form and nurture different groups of fans to this and other genres: romantic, Mexican folk, Latin and regional. "They ranged from beginners to shine soon after to a greater or lesser extent as Gerardo Tamez, Nacho Méndez, Matilde, Janus Portillo, Berta Margarita Bauche and Cabal, and dedicated to professionals, including Lola Beltrán, Chamin Correa, Michel and Milla Paco Domínguez . "It was there that I met Rene Villanueva and the Avila brothers, with whom in 1966 founded the group Los Folkloristas, of which I was musical director the following two years, during which we recorded three albums and performed countless tours, radio and television programs "he says. ---- RAMIRO GOMEZ LUENGO Read more on Last.fm.

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