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Fernando Fernández music collection, circa 1940-1970.

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Author/Creator:
Fernández, Fernando, 1916-1999.
Language:
English.
Earliest date:
1959
Latest date:
1991
Format:
  • Manuscript/Archive
  • 3 linear feet
Access:
Open for research; material must be requested at least 36 hours in advance of intended use.
Summary:
Primarily popular sheet music, often either in manuscript or with annotations. Also includes some business files.
Source:
Purchased, 2000.
Note:
Mexican composer born in the city of Puebla in 1916. In 1933 he started as a singer in radio XEH of Monterrey. While in Mexico City in 1936 he acted for the XEW with the name of "Lolito, un chico travieso" (Lolito, a mischievious boy), in company of the pianist Paco Trevino. In 1946 he started in films, with leading roles in ESCUADRON 201, ENAMORADA, RIO ESCONDIDO, UN DIA DE VIDA, and CALLEJERA. He married the singer Lupita Palomera in 1941. He wrote the lyrics for the songs, "Muchachita, " "Aunque tu no me quieras, " "Amada mia, " "Arrabalera, " and many others.
Finding Aid:
Preliminary listing available in the department.
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