Amalia Mendoza

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Amalia Mendoza

Amalia Mendoza Garcia (Huetamo, Michoacán, July 10, 1923 – Mexico City, June 11, 2001), nicknamed “La Tariácuri,” was a Mexican singer and actress, known as one of the most important interpreters of ranchera music, besides belonging to the so-called Golden Age of Mexican cinema.

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Amalia was born in the Michoacan city of San Juan Huetamo in 1923, within a family of renowned musicians. The family moved to Mexico City in 1927 and it was there where his career developed. His brothers Norberto, Eligio and Juan formed the famous Tariácuri trio; while she and her sister Perla formed a duet known as Las Tariácuritas.

Later he joined his brother Juan, “El Tariácuri” to sing and even recorded a couple of lps in what they called El Dueto Tariácuri.

He began his career as a soloist in 1954 with the recording of the stab woo song by the famous composer Tomás Méndez and gained fame later when his music began to spread on the main radio station in Mexico, the XEW.

Along with the great success of the albums, the radio came, then the television, the theater, the luxury cabarets and the national and international tours. Every Monday he performed at the XEW on the legendary program “Así Es Mi Tierra”, later he also sang in “Revista Musical” and “Las Estrellas y Usted”.

Amalia also endorsed the theater of the magazine of Mexico City. It was presented many times in the “Esperanza Iris”, “El Lirico”, the “Ideal Theater”, the “Teatro de la Ciudad”, but above all in the “Blanquita” where he once starred one-on-one with Lola Beltrán .

For many years he appeared daily at the majestic nightclub called “El Capri”, located on Juarez Avenue, although he also spent long periods at “Flamingos”, “La cosecha” and at “Plaza Santa Cecilia” the Garibaldi Square.

He also participated in several films, he paid tribute to Jorge Negrete in “El Charro Immortal”, followed with “Yo el Aventurero”, “Fiesta en el Corazón”, “Los Laureles”, “Where are you Corazón?” and “Una Cita de Amor” He participated in the Berlin Film Festival with the latter which was directed by Emilio, “El Indio”, Fernández who always considered Amalia as the best singer of the genre.

Also along with Miguel Aceves Mejía became a time as the most popular singer in Central and South America. In Cuba she had great acceptance, she was the most beloved interpreter for the Cuban militia refugees in Sierra Maestra. Later it was declared the most popular foreign artist of the Antillean Pearl.

In New York, New Jersey, Indiana, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Antonio was declared the best performer of ranchera music.

Several poets have taken “La Tariácuri” as a spring of emotions that are translated into lyrical works; also diverse writings have been in charge of narrating in books some passages of their life. Carlos Monsiváis and Juan José Arreola always spoke comfortably of her.

Throughout her career she was frequently accompanied by Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán, as well as recording numerous songs by Mexican composers such as: José Alfredo Jiménez, Cuco Sánchez, José Ángel Espinoza “Ferrusquilla”, Gabriel Ruíz and Tomás Méndez. < / p>

The Tariácuri was recognized worldwide for its way of interpreting the Mexican song, imposing its famous style of crying while singing, to date there is no equal performer.

Amalia died on June 11, 2001 of a progressive lung disease. She was married twice and her ashes were deposited in the lake of Patzcuaro in Michoacán.

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