Jaime Delgado Aparicio
Jaime Delgado Aparicio
He designed beautiful tracks and reached record four studio albums. With those scrolls could say that he had done as a creator, but did much more. At a very young age he started practicing piano and learned classical music. He then traveled to the United States, where he had the opportunity to hear the genre of New Orleans in all its expressions. Returning to Peru was developed as a musician and not bother to open doors to young people interested in learning the different styles of jazz. That was his great contribution, the generous gift of musical pedagogy. A particular style added two influences inspired Edward 'Duke' Ellington and Horace Silver. He recorded the album 'Jaime Delgado Aparicio and his Trio' in 1964, where we find songs like 'Sayonara Blues'. He composed soundtracks for several movies, including the Peruvian film "The ambassador and I '(1966). In 1970 he became a musical director Sono Radio, one of the most prestigious labels of Peru.
From there he drove groupings meant milestones in the history of Peruvian music, like Black Sugar, the beat of legendary band that danced a whole generation. From that hotbed talent they peered like Victor "Coco" Salazar, Roberto Valdez and Miguel "Chino" Figueroa, among others. "A whole crop of excellent musicians who continue setting the standard in our environment, Delgado Aparicio received the key lessons," said some years the "Chino" Figueroa. He also conceived a proposal that marked history in Peru "Jazzismo". This mill was called the "Contemporary Orchestra", a group with which he established himself as a master developer of talent. He taught the young musicians to nourish and think jazz terms, a style that allows the artist to move freely. Virtually all professional musicians in Peru were at some point with this innovative orchestra. The cycle ended and the group members were dispersed and made each their own and fruitful way. However, it was a major production titled 'Jaime Delgado Aparicio and Contemporary Orchestra', which was released in 1976. The musician made his last public appearance on Saturday March 26, 1983, at a concert to benefit the mother-child home 'St.
Francis' Chorrillos, at the Country Club Villa. She presented with a whole Contemporary Orchestra and his wife Roxana Valdivieso. Jaime Delgado Aparicio had been affected by the death of his great friend, the composer Chabuca Granda recently occurred in Miami two weeks ago. Delgado and Granda had arranged for 'Marie Dreams', another of the great inspirations of Granada, the famous author of the Peruvian waltz "La Flor de la Canela". He died on March 28, 1983, and although I still had much to contribute to Peruvian music, his legacy remains intact. (Miguel García Medina) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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