Niña de Antequera

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Niña de Antequera
Birth nameMaria Barrus Martínez
Born1920
OriginMalaga Province, Spain
DiedAugust 1972 (aged 51–52)
GenresFlamenco
Occupation(s)Composer
InstrumentsSevilla

Niña de Antequera (Maria Barrus Martínez, 1920 - 1972) was a Spanish flamenco singer.

Career[edit]

Niña de Antequera began her career in flamenco in Jaén when she was only twelve years.

She became a popular artist beginning in the 1940s in Seville, where she performed with El Niño de la Huerta, Nina de la Puebla, Pepe Pinto, Pepe Marchena, Enrique Montoya, Porrina Badajoz, Rafael Farina, Antonio Molina and Juanito Valderrama.

She died following a traffic accident in Sevilla in 1972.

Discography[edit]

  • Doña Omar
  • Ay mi perro
  • Llegó el florero

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