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Picaflor de los Andes

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Origin  Peru
Died  July 14, 1975, Lima, Peru
Role  Singer
Name  Picaflor los
Occupation(s)  Singer

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Birth name  Victor Alberto Gil Mallma
Also known as  El Picaflor de Los Andes
Genres  Huayno, Huaylas, Muliza
Associated acts  Flor Pucarina, Pastorita Huaracina
Similar People  Flor Pucarina, Pastorita Huaracina, El Jilguero de Huascaran, Alicia Delgado, Anita Santivanez Palomino

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Víctor Alberto Gil Mallma (1930; Huancayo – July 14, 1975; Lima), better known as Picaflor de Los Andes, was a Peruvian folk singer. In his childhood, he worked as a driver, painter, construction worker, and bricklayer. He sold approximately 80,000 copies of the single "Corazón mañoso" in 1960, thereby becoming a cultural icon and obtaining the name "Picaflor de los Andes".

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He died on July 14, 1975, in the district of La Oroya; there were more than 100,000 people at his burial.

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Discography

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Albums

  • El Genio del Huaytapallana
  • Por las rutas del recuerdo
  • Santísima virgen de Cocharcas
  • Un paso mas en la vida
  • Yo soy huancaíno
  • Bodas de Plata
  • Un pasajero en el camino
  • Contributing artist
  • The Rough Guide to the Music of the Andes (1996, World Music Network)
  • References

    Picaflor de los Andes Wikipedia


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