2 edition of Flora silvestre de Cordoba found in the catalog.
Published 1989 by Administrator in Publicaciones del Monte de Piedad y Caja de Ahorros de Cordoba
|Statement||Publicaciones del Monte de Piedad y Caja de Ahorros de Cordoba|
|Publishers||Publicaciones del Monte de Piedad y Caja de Ahorros de Cordoba|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||61|
|2||Colección de Bolsillo -- 20|
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her first Musart album, was released around 1958. Her parents, who were also fond of singing, encouraged her to sing. Flor Silvestre made her first records in 1950 for ' Mexican branch. He was the love of her life. She responded well to the surgery. Besides, her documentary "Flor Silvestre: su destino fue querer" premiered at Zapopan's Plaza de las Americas as part of the Guadalajara International Film Festival on 9th March 2015 though she was featured on "Para morir iguales", a track of her son Antonio's most recent album, "Caballo viejo" in 2016.
The Teatro Colonial was "Mexico's most popular [theater]" in the 1940s, and Flor Silvestre's performances there were noticed by a showman who hired her as part of his touring company. Guillermina completed primary school in Salamanca before reuniting with her family in Mexico City. This is how one creates prestige. La ingeniera Natasha Lisitsa y el arquitecto Daniel Schultz acaban de ganar el primer lugar en el festival de Singapur.
In 2016, she was featured on "Para morir iguales", a track of her son Antonio's most recent album, Caballo viejo. By the late 1940s, she'd won singing contests and earned the attention of showmen and record producers.
En 1974 un territorio de 26. In 1955, they made their first film together, La huella del chacal, but their relationship began when they made the film El rayo de Sinaloa in 1957. In 2013, the Association of Mexican Cinema Journalists honored her with the Special Silver Goddess Award. Whenever we hear her programs we confirm that she does not abandon herself to brief and easy successes, but seeks to improve herself. Flor Silvestre had one of the starring roles in the stage play La hacienda de Carrillo, a revue which opened on 1 July 1955 at the new Teatro Ideal.
La es de sobra conocida.
The album's lead single, "Celosa", peaked at number 9 on Mexico's Best Sellers and number 4 on Record World Latin American Single Hit Parade.
The Teatro Colonial was "Mexico's most popular [theater]" in the 1940s, and Flor Silvestre's performances there were noticed by a showman who hired her as part of his touring company.
3 on the pop chart and was voted single of the year by the Country Music Assn.
1950—1952: Acting debut and first records [ ] Flor Silvestre on the cover of Cinema Reporter in February 1950 When Flor Silvestre returned to Mexico from her South American tour in 1950, her manager got her a contract to perform at Mexico City's most popular nightclub, El Patio.