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To the Cordovan poet

Popular and masterful, this poet was immortalized in one of the corners of Cordoba. In tribute to his birth, we tell you his story.

  Journalist, poet and writer   of the most representative verses of the province. Disseminator, cultural manager and film filmmaker who would be part of   the best souvenirs Cordobeses   . Creator of the lyrics that would accompany Jairo and, together with Jairo, they would accompany us all.   Daniel Nelson Salzano   was born on May 22, 1941 in the City of Córdoba. A city that, after wandering the world like a soul thirsty for art and militancy, would choose to   his last days in 2014.   Salzano is Cordovan poetry. It is literature at its best, rather, in all its expressions.   It's art with man's body as packaging.  

He was the author of the CD   Cordoba said”   (1995), always paying tribute to   the province of your heart   . He also produced two plays:   Give my regards to Cordoba   (1998) and   Revolver   (1993). With his most poetic side and with the task of composer, he made with Juan Carlos Baglietto   “Salzanitos”   and   “Angel and Demon.”   But his great songs found in one voice the necessary impulse to become unforgettable:   the voice of Jairo.  

  Immortal poet  

However, this indefinable, unbeatable, unforgettable man can not be described only by his artistic productions. That's why he was honored in infinite ways. This distinguished character of   the Cordovan culture   died after a long fight against cancer, on 24 December 2014. Even after he died, the writer continued   receiving     ho     m     enajes   .

He was immortalized in the   corner of Buenos Aires and San Jerónimo.   Salzano, in that sculpture, is shown sitting at a table at the Sorocabana bar,   iconic place of Cordoba.   This corner synthesizes a very important part of the   cordovan spirit   . And this poet is part of its essence.

His journalistic years spent writing for   The Voice of the Interior   , the longest Cordovan half. In his exile, he even continued to write. He never stopped. He never left his native province, in one way or another his work was connected with   the town that saw it born   . He didn't even lose his tone. When he returned from Spain, along with democracy, he went on and on writing. He became director of the Municipal Cinema Club Hugo del Carril in the city of Córdoba, leaving his unmistakable mark.

He received multiple awards and distinctions that are not worth mentioning because his greatest achievement was to be, forever, recorded   in each of the Cordobish hearts.   His best work was to become the representative of Cordoba, even at the distance.

  Today we remind you   like the priceless poet, noble journalist and unique artist you were.

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