María Teresa Lara

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María Teresa Lara Aguirre del Pino
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Born1904
Tlatlauquitepec
DiedMay 23, 1984(1984-05-23) (aged 79–80)
HusbandNicanor Guzmán Guerrero
FatherJoaquín M. Lara
MotherMaría Aguirre del Pino

María Teresa Lara Aguirre del Pino[1] (Tlatlauquitepec, 1904 – May 23, 1984) was a Mexican lyricist and composer.[2]

Family[edit]

Lara was a daughter of Joaquín M. Lara and his wife, María Aguirre del Pino.[3][4][5] Her aunt was Refugio Aguirre del Pino.

Her elder brother was Agustín Lara,[6] who was a song writer and composer, singer and actor.[7]

Her sister-in-law was María Félix,[8] mother of actor Enrique Álvarez Félix, who appeared in many telenovelas.[9]

She worked with Agustín on several songs and married Nicanor Guzmán Guerrero (1909 – 1992). Some of Agustín’s songs were copyrighted in her name.[citation needed]

Works, editions and recordings[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Song: Piensa en mí
  2. ^ María Teresa Lara
  3. ^ Valentino Križanić, Families of María Félix and her husbands
  4. ^ Agustín Lara and Tlatlauquitepec Archived 2014-02-27 at the Wayback Machine.
  5. ^ Una Pasión y DOS Quijotes: Don Quijote de la Mancha y Agustín Lara by Beila Zider.
  6. ^ Life and family of Agustín Lara. "También tuve la suerte de poder entrevistarme con doña María Teresa Lara, hermana de Agustín y con su esposo don Nicanor Guzmán quienes vivían allá en Tlatlauquitepec, Puebla."
  7. ^ Araújo, Samuel (1999). "The Politics of Passion: The Impact of Bolero on Brazilian Musical Expressions". Yearbook for Traditional Music. 31: 44. doi:10.2307/767972.
  8. ^ Félix (1993), Volume 2, page 53.
  9. ^ Félix, María (1994). Todas mis Guerras. Clío. p. 84. ISBN 968-6932-08-9.
  10. ^ Ethnic Music on Records. Volume 4. Spanish, Portuguese, Philippines, 2004. By Richard K. Spottswood - 1990 "Me Dejaste - Canción (María Teresa Lara) De 10151 61280- Valencia - (María Teresa Lara)
  11. ^ David F. Lonergan (2005). Hit Records, 1950-1975. Scarecrow Press. ISBN 0-8108-5129-6.