Ester Soré

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Ester Soré (born Marta Yupanqui Donoso, 27 May 1915 - 6 September 1996) is the main singer of Chilean melodies of the 20th century. She recorded for the first time the successful one "Chile Lindo" ("Pretty Chile"), of Clara Solovera, and did not only he contribute to enrich the way to interpret those songs thanks to a voice recognized among the clearest and expressive of her time. Besides was a popular artist in an extensive sense: in the radio, the disks, the tours and the movies. From the folk music, and decades before words as showoman or entertainer were receptions here, Ester Soré, to whom they called the Black Pretty one, was the entretenedora Chilean of her time.


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