10 unforgettable zambs of our folklore
Choosing just a few is practically an impossible task. But let’s start with this selection of 10 of the most unforgettable shrimps of our folklore to continue this playlist that could extend to infinity. Shall we go?
1) Zamba of the singer in love – Hernán Figueroa Kings
Hernán Figueroa Reyes was born in 1936 and died in a car accident in 1973, at only 37 years old. In that short time, he left countless songs left in the popular songbook.
2) Balderrama – Gustavo Leguizamón
3) The Paraná in a Zamba – Jaime Dávalos/Ariel Ramirez
This zamba was popularized by Eduardo Falú. No However, on this occasion you can hear it together with Ariel Ramírez and Los Border.
4) Captive Moon – Chango Ramírez
This is a story about love and the passage of time. Ramírez composed this song when he was imprisoned accused of killing a man known as “Morning Bull” after an argument. There, in prison, the “Chango” wrote this song for his wife, Lidia Haydeé Margarita Bay.
5) Moon Tucumana – Atahualpa Yupanqui
Undoubtedly, it is one of the best known shrimps of the folk songbook. “I don’t sing to the moon because it shines nothing else, I sing it because she knows about my long walk”, wrote folklore/10-frases-de-atahualpa-yupanqui "target="_blank” rel="noreferrer noopener” aria-label="Atahualpa Yupanqui. (open
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