Alberto Domínguez

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Alberto Domínguez Borrás (San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas 21 April 1913 – Mexico City, 2 September 1975) was a Mexican songwriter.[1] He began his career in a marimba ensemble, Los Hermanos Domínguez.[2]

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  1. ^ Miguel Ficher, Martha Furman Schleifer, John M. Furman, Latin American Classical Composers: a biographical dictionary, 1996: "Dominguez, Alberto, Mexican composer; b. 21 Apr 1913, Chiapas, Mexico; d. 2 Sep 1975, Mexico City, Mexico".
  2. ^ John Shepherd, Continuum Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World. 2003, p. 385: "In Mexico, one of the foremost representatives of the connection between popular music and the marimba is the composer/marimbist Alberto Dominguez. He began his career in his family marimba ensemble, the legendary Los Hermanos Dominguez...."
  3. ^ James Buhler, Caryl Flinn, David Neumeyer, Music and Cinema, 2000, p. 185: "18. 'Perfidia' was composed and given Spanish lvrics by Alberto Dominguez; in 1941, the year that Now Voyager went into production...."

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