Nilo Soruco

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Danilo Soruco Arancibia (6 July 1927 in Tarija, Bolivia – 1 April 2004 in Tarija, Bolivia) was a Bolivian singer-songwriter.

Soruco wrote more than 300 songs. A communist, he was banned under the Bolivian leadership of the 1970s. Soruco was in exile in Caracas, Venezuela until 1978.

Among his tunes are "La vida es linda", "Ya la pagarán", “Duraznero”, “Instantánea”, and particularly "Caraqueña", composed in his Venezuelan exile, which are sung at Bolivia's popular celebrations.[citation needed]

Soruco won Bolivia's National Culture Prize in 2003.

Discography:

Album Song Rithm
CANTARES DE BOLIVIA EN TIEMPO DE HISTORIA LA TRAGEDIA DEL CHAPACO Tonada-Canción
EL CHAPACO ALZAO Canción
CUBA NO CAERA Cueca
ROMPIERON RELACIONES Huayño