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  1. Chavela Vargas, pseudonimo di Isabel Vargas Lizano ( San Joaquín de Flores, 17 aprile 1919 – Cuernavaca, 5 agosto 2012 ), è stata una cantante costaricana naturalizzata messicana . Indice. 1 Biografia. 2 Onorificenze. 3 Altri progetti. 4 Collegamenti esterni. Biografia. Si trasferì in Messico a 14 anni, dove iniziò a cantare per le strade.

  2. María Isabel Anita Carmen de Jesús Vargas Lizano (San Joaquín, 17 de abril de 1919-Cuernavaca, 5 de agosto de 2012), conocida como Chavela Vargas, fue una cantante costarricensemexicana. En 2007, fue distinguida con el Premio Grammy a la Excelencia Musical de la Academia de las Ciencias y Artes de la Grabación.

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  3. Chavela Vargas (Spanish pronunciation: [tʃaˈβela ˈβaɾɣas]; born María Isabel Anita Carmen de Jesús Vargas Lizano; 17 April 1919 – 5 August 2012) was a Costa Rican-born Mexican singer, she gained widespread recognition for her distinctive interpretations of Mexican rancheras.

  4. 12 set 2018 · Chavela Vargas Exitos Mix - 20 Grandes ÉxitosChavela Vargas Exitos Mix - 20 Grandes ÉxitosChavela Vargas Exitos Mix - 20 Grandes Éxitos

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  5. Known as a raucous, entertaining raconteur, Chavela chose the stories she liked best, breathed life into them and made them manifest. In her amazing journey from a 14-year-old rejected runaway from Costa Rica to world renowned, Grammy winning Mexican icon, this dream weaver took bits and pieces of who she was and who she wanted to be and wove ...

  6. 10 mag 2024 · Chavela Vargas (born April 17, 1919, San Joaquín de Flores, Costa Rica—died August 5, 2012, Cuernavaca, Mexico) was a Costa Rican-born Mexican singer who blended ferocity and warmth in her dramatic and revolutionary interpretations of Mexico’s ranchera songs.

  7. 6 ago 2012 · Chavela Vargas was a cultural icon across the Spanish-speaking world, with a voice that redefined notions of beauty and an attitude that brashly bent gender roles. Vargas died Sunday; she was...