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  • Jorge Negrete. Colección Mexico #9

    1:1:28

    Jorge Negrete. Colección Mexico #9 (Full Album/Álbum Completo)

    Jorge Negrete nació en Guanajuato, Méjico el 30 de noviembre de 1911. Es el segundo miembro de una familia de 5 hermanos. Sus padres David Negrete y Emila Moreno gente de linaje heróicos militares como Pedro Moreno, Pedro Ma. Anaya y Miguel Negrete. JORGE NEGRETE sigue la trayectoria militar entrando al Colegio Militar de Méjico aunque su gran voz lo llevó por otros derroteros. Estudió canto con el Sr, José Pierson director de la Impulsora Mejicana de Opera y descubridor de otras grandes voces como Ortiz tirado, Pedro Vargas, Mercedes Mendoza. Jorge era barítono.

    1. México Lindo 00:00
    2. Ay Jalisco No Te Rajes 03:11
    3. Yo Soy Mexicano 06:44
    4. Cocula 10:18
    5. Juan Charrasqueado 13:29
    6. El Jinete 16:57
    7. Me He de Comer Esa Tuna 20:27
    8. Paloma Querida 23:01
    9. Ella 25:47
    10. San Luis Potosí 29:13
    11. Hermosas Fuentes 32:29
    12. Fiesta Mexicana 35:04
    13. Aunque Lo Quieran o No 37:58
    14. Hasta Que Perdio Jalisco 40:59
    15. La Valentina 44:10
    16. Canción Vaquera 46:45
    17. La Que Se Fue 49:32
    18. El Hijo del Pueblo 52:22
    19. Corrido de Jorge Torres 55:15
    20. El Charro Mexicano 57:54

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  • México Lindo y Querido - Jorge Negrete Full HD

    3:35

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  • Jorge Negrete - Amor Con Amor Se Paga

    3:50

    El ídolo Jorge Negrete interpreta a lado de Pedro Vargas este inmortal tema de Manuel Esperón con letra de Ernesto Cortázar en la película Hay Un Niño En su Futuro.

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  • Jorge Negrete - El Día Que Me Quieras

    3:05

    Una bellísima interpretación del ídolo Jorge Negrete que no es una canción sino unos versos de Amado Nervo musicalizados por el maestro Manuel Esperón.

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  • Mexico lindo y querido

    3:15

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    Mexico lindo y querido · Chucho Monge · Jorge Negrete

    Mexico Gran Colección Ranchera - Jorge Negrete

    ℗ 2009 Orfeon

    Released on: 2009-09-07

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  • Jorge Negrete - Mexico lindo y querido

    3:14

    Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 December 5, 1953) is considered one of the most popular Mexican singers and actors of all time.

    Negrete was born in Guanajuato where he was raised together with his brother and three sisters: David, Consuelo, Emilia and Teresa, and also lived in San Luis Potosí. He graduated with the rank of sub-lieutenant from El Colegio Militar, Mexico's military academy.

    Handsome, with a very strong will and a trained, fascinating voice, he is still a top idol in Mexico, Spain and Latin America, more than 50 years after his death. His recording of México Lindo y Querido (Beautiful and Beloved México), his country's unofficial anthem, is the best known recording of the song. His career is often compared to that of Pedro Infante, the best known and most popular Mexican actor of the time. The public rivalry didn't carry over to their private lives, as they were close friends until Negrete's death.

    He married twice, to famous actresses with whom he shared credits: Elisa Christy (with whom he had a daughter, Diana Negrete) and María Félix. He also lived with his frequent co-star, for more than ten years. Gloria Marín co-starred in 10 out of his 44 films.

    He started his career singing on the radio in 1931 in Mexico City singing operatic parts. In 1936 he signed with NBC for a television program with Cuban and Mexican musicians. He returned to Mexico in 1937 to act in the film La Madrina Del Diablo (The Devil's Godmother) and because of the success of the film he was able to sign for several more the next three years. In 1938 he starred in La Valentina with Elisa Christy and then in Juntos Pero No Revueltos (Together But Not Mixed).

    After working in Havana and Hollywood he was called to act in ¡Ay Jalisco, No Te Rajes! (Hey Jalisco, Don't Back Down!) which made him an international Latin star and helped formulate the charro film genre. Filming this movie he met Gloria Marín, starting their romance and the string of movies they filmed together. He complemented his film career by singing rancheras with the trio Los Tres Calaveras and touring Latin America, singing concerts and making personal appearances.

    He was offered the main role in El Peñon de las Ánimas (The Rock of Souls) and wanted Marín to be his co-star. In spite of his protests, newcomer María Félix became his star and eventually his wife, although they at first despised each other while filming the movie.

    He was one of the founders, and the most important leader, of the Mexican Actors Association (ANDA), succeeding Mario Moreno Cantinflas as its chairman. He was a fierce advocate for the rights of film professionals in Mexico.

    He was the first to die of the Tres Gallos Mexicanos, or 'Three Mexican Roosters' (as he, Infante and Javier Solís, a younger star, were called; the three died within a span of 13 years). Negrete died in Los Angeles during a professional visit, of hepatitis, an illness with which he had been infected while working as a musician in New York. According to his wishes, his body was flown back to, and buried in, Mexico City. Thousands of fans attended his funeral and followed the hearse to the cemetery, El Panteón Jardín, where he was buried in the actors corner. On December 5, fans still pay tribute to the El Charro Cantor (Singing Mexican Horseman) at his tomb, and television and radio stations stage marathons of his films and songs.

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  • Jorge Negrete - Ay Jalisco No Te Rajes

    2:11

    Una bellísima interpretación del ídolo Jorge Negrete compuesta por Manuel Esperón con letra de Ernesto Cortázar.

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  • JAVIER , JORGE NEGRETE , JOSE ALFREDO JIMENEZ

    2:7:24

  • Vocal Coach Reacts - Jorge Negrete - Yo Soy Mexicano

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  • JORGE NEGRETE Y PEDRO INFANTE FRENTE A FRENTE MIX 10 EXITOS PEGADITOS

    42:54

  • JUAN CHARRASQUEADO - Lorenzo, nieto de Jorge Negrete ft. Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán

    4:13

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    Juan Charrasqueado, de Víctor Cordero, uno de los corridos más conocidos del repertorio ranchero. Interpretado aquí por Lorenzo Negrete y el Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán, dentro del Festival Artístico de Otoño de la Sociedad de Autores y Compositores, en diciembre de 2013 en el Centro Cultural Roberto Cantoral.

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    Juan Charrasqueado by Victor Cordero, one of the most world-known corridos among repertorio ranchero. Performed here by Lorenzo Negrete and Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlan during the Autumn Arts Festival produced by The Mexican Songwriters' Guild (Sociedad de Autores y Compositores), in December 2013 at the Centro Cultural Roberto Cantoral theatre.


    YO SOY MEXICANO, QUE VIVA NUESTRO MEXICO LINDO Y QUERIDO, Y SU INMORTAL CHARRO CANTOR.

    QUE VIVAN NUESTROS PAISAJES, NUESTRO CINE, NUESTRA DISCOGRAFIA QUE SUENA A NEZAHUALCOYOTL, A CUAUHTEMOC, Y A CUITLAHUAC, LEGENDARIA COMO HUITZILOPOCHTLI, COMO EL AGUILA DEVORANDO A UNA SERPIENTE, COMO LA HISTORIA DE MESOAMERICA: ASI RESUENA EN EL MUNDO.

    RESUENA RECIO Y TOSCO COMO LA VOZ DE MANDO DEL CHARRO, COMO EL CANTO DEL MARIACHI, COMO LAS MANOS DEL CAPORAL A CABALLO. MAS SE SIENTE FRESCO Y AMOROSO COMO LA SONRISA DE LAS AMAZONAS DE UNA ESCARAMUZA, COMO LA INSPIRACION DE UNA MUJER DIVINA, Y COMO LA SERENATA AL PIE DE LA REJA DE AQUELLA DAMA, LA PRENDA MAS AMADA.

    COMO LOS COLORES INTERMINABLES DE NUESTRA MUSICA RANCHERA, CON POEMAS MUSICALES DE MANUEL ESPERON Y ERNESTO CORTAZAR, JOSE ALFREDO JIMENEZ, CUCO SANCHEZ, TOMAS MENDEZ, JUAN GABRIEL Y MARTIN URIETA.

    COMO LAS NOTAS BORDADAS POR LAS VOCES DE TITO GUIZAR, LUCHA REYES, JORGE NEGRETE, LOLA BELTRAN, PEDRO INFANTE, JAVIER SOLIS, LUIS AGUILAR, MIGUEL ACEVES MEJIA, LUCHA VILLA, ANTONIO AGUILAR, EL CHARRO AVITIA, CHAYITO VALDEZ, VICENTE FERNANDEZ, AIDA CUEVAS, HASTA ALEJANDRO FERNANDEZ, LUIS MIGUEL Y PEPE AGUILAR.

    PARA TODOS ELLOS: EL MARCO MUSICAL DE ORO DEL MUNDIALMENTE AMADO MARIACHI, CON SONIDOS DE AYER, DE HOY Y DE SIEMPRE: DEL GRAN MARIACHI VARGAS DE TECALITLAN DE SILVESTRE VARGAS Y RUBEN FUENTES, EL INCOMPARABLE MARIACHI MEXICO DE PEPE VILLA, EL INOLVIDABLE MARIACHI COCULENSE DE CIRILO MARMOLEJO, E INCLUSO EL LEGENDARIO TRIO CALAVERAS, LLEGANDO HASTA NUESTROS DIAS CON LA SONORIDAD DEL MARIACHI SOL DE MEXICO DE JOSE HERNANDEZ, EL MARIACHI LOS CAMPEROS DE NATI CANO, EL MARIACHI GAMA MIL Y EL MARIACHI NUEVO TECALITLAN.

    PARA TODOS ELLOS, UN APLAUSO AQUI, AHORA Y POR SIEMPRE. PARA TODOS LOS QUE SE HAN IDO PERO EN REALIDAD SE QUEDARON, Y PARA LOS QUE ESTAN HOY AQUI Y NOS SIGUEN ROBANDO EL CORAZON CON SU ARTE: ARTE NACIDO EN MEXICO Y TAMBIEN MAS ALLA DE NUESTRAS FRONTERAS, PERO SIEMPRE ORGULLOSO DE SER MEXICANO.

    VIVA MEXICO.

  • Coplas - Jorge Negrete y Pedro Infante Full HD

    3:43

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  • Amor Con Amor Se Paga

    3:09

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    Amor Con Amor Se Paga · Jorge Negrete · Pedro Vargas

    Nuestra Tradición

    ℗ 1951 RCA Victor Mexicana, S.A. de C.V.

    Released on: 2007-06-05

    Associated Performer: Jorge Negrete a Dúo Con Pedro Vargas
    Other: El Mariachi Pulido
    Composer, Lyricist: Ernesto Cortázar
    Composer, Lyricist: Manuel Esperón

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Jorge Negrete y Pedro Infante Coplas Couplets

    4:48

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  • Jorge Negrete - Amor De Mi Amor

    3:04

    Una bellísima interpretación del ídolo Jorge Negrete compuesta por Manuel Esperón con letra de Ernesto Cortázar.

    Audio y Video procesado y restaurado en ABGA Studios.

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  • El jinete. Jorge Negrete

    3:30

    José Alfredo Jiménez Sandoval(1926-1973) está considerado como el mejor cantautor de música ranchera de todos los tiempos. A los 8 años llegó a la Ciudad de México y empezó a componer sus primeras canciones. Según Miguel Aceves Mejía, que le apadrinó en sus primeras grabaciones profesionales, no tenía ninguna educación musical ni sabía tocar ningún instrumento, pero aún así compuso más de un millar de canciones. Falleció a la edad de 47 años, a consecuencia de la cirrosis hepática que padecía desde hacía tiempo.

    El huapango es un género musical mexicano basado en compás ternario. El origen del huapango se remonta al siglo XVII y es producto de la fusión de las tradiciones musicales de los indígenas nativos del lugar con la instrumentación propia de los españoles y muy particularmente, en este caso, del flamenco. Estas influencias se observan también en la instrumentación, la rítmica de 6 por 8, el canto con falsete y el zapateado sobre tarima que juega un papel importante en la composición musical del género. De ahí, la palabra huapango derivada del vocablo náhuatl cuauhpanco, que literalmente significa sobre la tarima.

    Jorge Negrete y José Alfredo Jiménez fueron buenos amigos, aunque nunca cantaron a dúo. Negrete cantó este tema como fondo, en el inicio de su película EL RAPTO. Pero yo he preferido ilustrarla con imágenes más apropiadas al tema y sacadas de otro de sus films: EL PEÑÓN DE LAS ÁNIMAS.

    EL JINETE.
    Letra y Música: José Alfredo Jiménez

    Por la lejana montaña
    va cabalgando un jinete;
    vaga solito en el mundo
    y va deseando la muerte

    Lleva en su pecho una herida,
    va con su alma destrozada,
    quisiera perder la vida
    y reunirse con su amada

    La quería más que a su vida
    y la perdió para siempre.
    Por eso lleva una herida;
    por eso busca la muerte

    En su guitarra cantando
    se pasa noches enteras;
    hombre y guitarra llorando
    a la luz de las estrellas

    Después se pierde en la noche
    y aunque la noche es muy bella
    él va pidiendole a Dios
    que se lo lleve con ella

    La quería más que a su vida
    y la perdió para siempre.
    Por eso lleva una herida;
    por eso busca la muerte.

  • Jorge Negrete - Tequila Con Limón

    3:35

    Una bellísima interpretación del ídolo Jorge Negrete compuesta por Manuel Esperón con letra de Ernesto Cortázar.

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  • Jorge Negrete.-Flor De Azalea

    4:52

  • Jorge Negrete - Ay, Jalisco no te rajes

    2:26

    Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 December 5, 1953) is considered one of the most popular Mexican singers and actors of all time.

    Negrete was born in Guanajuato where he was raised together with his brother and three sisters: David, Consuelo, Emilia and Teresa, and also lived in San Luis Potosí. He graduated with the rank of sub-lieutenant from El Colegio Militar, Mexico's military academy.

    Handsome, with a very strong will and a trained, fascinating voice, he is still a top idol in Mexico, Spain and Latin America, more than 50 years after his death. His recording of México Lindo y Querido (Beautiful and Beloved México), his country's unofficial anthem, is the best known recording of the song. His career is often compared to that of Pedro Infante, the best known and most popular Mexican actor of the time. The public rivalry didn't carry over to their private lives, as they were close friends until Negrete's death.

    He married twice, to famous actresses with whom he shared credits: Elisa Christy (with whom he had a daughter, Diana Negrete) and María Félix. He also lived with his frequent co-star, for more than ten years. Gloria Marín co-starred in 10 out of his 44 films.

    He started his career singing on the radio in 1931 in Mexico City singing operatic parts. In 1936 he signed with NBC for a television program with Cuban and Mexican musicians. He returned to Mexico in 1937 to act in the film La Madrina Del Diablo (The Devil's Godmother) and because of the success of the film he was able to sign for several more the next three years. In 1938 he starred in La Valentina with Elisa Christy and then in Juntos Pero No Revueltos (Together But Not Mixed).

    After working in Havana and Hollywood he was called to act in ¡Ay Jalisco, No Te Rajes! (Hey Jalisco, Don't Back Down!) which made him an international Latin star and helped formulate the charro film genre. Filming this movie he met Gloria Marín, starting their romance and the string of movies they filmed together. He complemented his film career by singing rancheras with the trio Los Tres Calaveras and touring Latin America, singing concerts and making personal appearances.

    He was offered the main role in El Peñon de las Ánimas (The Rock of Souls) and wanted Marín to be his co-star. In spite of his protests, newcomer María Félix became his star and eventually his wife, although they at first despised each other while filming the movie.

    He was one of the founders, and the most important leader, of the Mexican Actors Association (ANDA), succeeding Mario Moreno Cantinflas as its chairman. He was a fierce advocate for the rights of film professionals in Mexico.

    He was the first to die of the Tres Gallos Mexicanos, or 'Three Mexican Roosters' (as he, Infante and Javier Solís, a younger star, were called; the three died within a span of 13 years). Negrete died in Los Angeles during a professional visit, of hepatitis, an illness with which he had been infected while working as a musician in New York. According to his wishes, his body was flown back to, and buried in, Mexico City. Thousands of fans attended his funeral and followed the hearse to the cemetery, El Panteón Jardín, where he was buried in the actors corner. On December 5, fans still pay tribute to the El Charro Cantor (Singing Mexican Horseman) at his tomb, and television and radio stations stage marathons of his films and songs.

  • Jorge Negrete - Alla en el rancho grande

    2:18

    Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 December 5, 1953) is considered one of the most popular Mexican singers and actors of all time.

    Negrete was born in Guanajuato where he was raised together with his brother and three sisters: David, Consuelo, Emilia and Teresa, and also lived in San Luis Potosí. He graduated with the rank of sub-lieutenant from El Colegio Militar, Mexico's military academy.

    Handsome, with a very strong will and a trained, fascinating voice, he is still a top idol in Mexico, Spain and Latin America, more than 50 years after his death. His recording of México Lindo y Querido (Beautiful and Beloved México), his country's unofficial anthem, is the best known recording of the song. His career is often compared to that of Pedro Infante, the best known and most popular Mexican actor of the time. The public rivalry didn't carry over to their private lives, as they were close friends until Negrete's death.

    He married twice, to famous actresses with whom he shared credits: Elisa Christy (with whom he had a daughter, Diana Negrete) and María Félix. He also lived with his frequent co-star, for more than ten years. Gloria Marín co-starred in 10 out of his 44 films.

    He started his career singing on the radio in 1931 in Mexico City singing operatic parts. In 1936 he signed with NBC for a television program with Cuban and Mexican musicians. He returned to Mexico in 1937 to act in the film La Madrina Del Diablo (The Devil's Godmother) and because of the success of the film he was able to sign for several more the next three years. In 1938 he starred in La Valentina with Elisa Christy and then in Juntos Pero No Revueltos (Together But Not Mixed).

    After working in Havana and Hollywood he was called to act in ¡Ay Jalisco, No Te Rajes! (Hey Jalisco, Don't Back Down!) which made him an international Latin star and helped formulate the charro film genre. Filming this movie he met Gloria Marín, starting their romance and the string of movies they filmed together. He complemented his film career by singing rancheras with the trio Los Tres Calaveras and touring Latin America, singing concerts and making personal appearances.

    He was offered the main role in El Peñon de las Ánimas (The Rock of Souls) and wanted Marín to be his co-star. In spite of his protests, newcomer María Félix became his star and eventually his wife, although they at first despised each other while filming the movie.

    He was one of the founders, and the most important leader, of the Mexican Actors Association (ANDA), succeeding Mario Moreno Cantinflas as its chairman. He was a fierce advocate for the rights of film professionals in Mexico.

    He was the first to die of the Tres Gallos Mexicanos, or 'Three Mexican Roosters' (as he, Infante and Javier Solís, a younger star, were called; the three died within a span of 13 years). Negrete died in Los Angeles during a professional visit, of hepatitis, an illness with which he had been infected while working as a musician in New York. According to his wishes, his body was flown back to, and buried in, Mexico City. Thousands of fans attended his funeral and followed the hearse to the cemetery, El Panteón Jardín, where he was buried in the actors corner. On December 5, fans still pay tribute to the El Charro Cantor (Singing Mexican Horseman) at his tomb, and television and radio stations stage marathons of his films and songs.

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  • JORGE NEGRETE, AY JALISCO NO TE RAJES

    3:36

    Jorge Negrete el charro cantor y máximo exponente de la canción mexicana interpreta a Manuel Esperón y Ernesto Cortazar con el Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán.

  • Jorge Negrete - Granada

    3:59

    Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 December 5, 1953) is considered one of the most popular Mexican singers and actors of all time.

    Negrete was born in Guanajuato where he was raised together with his brother and three sisters: David, Consuelo, Emilia and Teresa, and also lived in San Luis Potosí. He graduated with the rank of sub-lieutenant from El Colegio Militar, Mexico's military academy.

    Handsome, with a very strong will and a trained, fascinating voice, he is still a top idol in Mexico, Spain and Latin America, more than 50 years after his death. His recording of México Lindo y Querido (Beautiful and Beloved México), his country's unofficial anthem, is the best known recording of the song. His career is often compared to that of Pedro Infante, the best known and most popular Mexican actor of the time. The public rivalry didn't carry over to their private lives, as they were close friends until Negrete's death.

    He married twice, to famous actresses with whom he shared credits: Elisa Christy (with whom he had a daughter, Diana Negrete) and María Félix. He also lived with his frequent co-star, for more than ten years. Gloria Marín co-starred in 10 out of his 44 films.

    He started his career singing on the radio in 1931 in Mexico City singing operatic parts. In 1936 he signed with NBC for a television program with Cuban and Mexican musicians. He returned to Mexico in 1937 to act in the film La Madrina Del Diablo (The Devil's Godmother) and because of the success of the film he was able to sign for several more the next three years. In 1938 he starred in La Valentina with Elisa Christy and then in Juntos Pero No Revueltos (Together But Not Mixed).

    After working in Havana and Hollywood he was called to act in ¡Ay Jalisco, No Te Rajes! (Hey Jalisco, Don't Back Down!) which made him an international Latin star and helped formulate the charro film genre. Filming this movie he met Gloria Marín, starting their romance and the string of movies they filmed together. He complemented his film career by singing rancheras with the trio Los Tres Calaveras and touring Latin America, singing concerts and making personal appearances.

    He was offered the main role in El Peñon de las Ánimas (The Rock of Souls) and wanted Marín to be his co-star. In spite of his protests, newcomer María Félix became his star and eventually his wife, although they at first despised each other while filming the movie.

    He was one of the founders, and the most important leader, of the Mexican Actors Association (ANDA), succeeding Mario Moreno Cantinflas as its chairman. He was a fierce advocate for the rights of film professionals in Mexico.

    He was the first to die of the Tres Gallos Mexicanos, or 'Three Mexican Roosters' (as he, Infante and Javier Solís, a younger star, were called; the three died within a span of 13 years). Negrete died in Los Angeles during a professional visit, of hepatitis, an illness with which he had been infected while working as a musician in New York. According to his wishes, his body was flown back to, and buried in, Mexico City. Thousands of fans attended his funeral and followed the hearse to the cemetery, El Panteón Jardín, where he was buried in the actors corner. On December 5, fans still pay tribute to the El Charro Cantor (Singing Mexican Horseman) at his tomb, and television and radio stations stage marathons of his films and songs.

  • Adiós Pampa Mía - Jorge Negrete Full HD

    3:21

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  • Jorge Negrete - Juan Charrasqueado

    3:33

    Dicen que a través de los corridos se contaban las historias; esto podría ser cierto y de hecho que habrán muchas historias similares: Voy a cantarles un corrido muy mentado, lo que ha pasado allá en la Hacienda de la Flor, la triste historia de un ranchero enamorado, que fue borracho, parrandero y jugador. Juan se llamaba y lo apodaban Charrasqueado. Era valiente y arriesgado en el amor, a las mujeres más bonitas se llevaba, de aquellos campos no quedaba ni una flor...

  • Mexico lindo y querido - Lorenzo, nieto de Jorge Negrete, Auditorio Nacional HD

    3:27

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    UN HIMNO: México Lindo (Chucho Monge) en el Auditorio Nacional, interpretada por Lorenzo Negrete, nieto del Charro Cantor, y el mariachi Gama Mil.



    Live version of Mexico Lindo y Querido, a classic Ranchera, performed by Lorenzo Negrete at the National Auditorium in Mexico City, with Mariachi Gama Mil.


    YO SOY MEXICANO, QUE VIVA NUESTRO MEXICO LINDO Y QUERIDO, Y SU INMORTAL CHARRO CANTOR.

    QUE VIVAN NUESTROS PAISAJES, NUESTRO CINE, NUESTRA DISCOGRAFIA QUE SUENA A NEZAHUALCOYOTL, A CUAUHTEMOC, Y A CUITLAHUAC, LEGENDARIA COMO HUITZILOPOCHTLI, COMO EL AGUILA DEVORANDO A UNA SERPIENTE, COMO LA HISTORIA DE MESOAMERICA: ASI RESUENA EN EL MUNDO.

    RESUENA RECIO Y TOSCO COMO LA VOZ DE MANDO DEL CHARRO, COMO EL CANTO DEL MARIACHI, COMO LAS MANOS DEL CAPORAL A CABALLO. MAS SE SIENTE FRESCO Y AMOROSO COMO LA SONRISA DE LAS AMAZONAS DE UNA ESCARAMUZA, COMO LA INSPIRACION DE UNA MUJER DIVINA, Y COMO LA SERENATA AL PIE DE LA REJA DE AQUELLA DAMA, LA PRENDA MAS AMADA.

    COMO LOS COLORES INTERMINABLES DE NUESTRA MUSICA RANCHERA, CON POEMAS MUSICALES DE MANUEL ESPERON Y ERNESTO CORTAZAR, JOSE ALFREDO JIMENEZ, CUCO SANCHEZ, TOMAS MENDEZ, JUAN GABRIEL Y MARTIN URIETA.

    COMO LAS NOTAS BORDADAS POR LAS VOCES DE TITO GUIZAR, LUCHA REYES, JORGE NEGRETE, LOLA BELTRAN, PEDRO INFANTE, JAVIER SOLIS, LUIS AGUILAR, MIGUEL ACEVES MEJIA, LUCHA VILLA, ANTONIO AGUILAR, EL CHARRO AVITIA, CHAYITO VALDEZ, VICENTE FERNANDEZ, AIDA CUEVAS, HASTA ALEJANDRO FERNANDEZ, LUIS MIGUEL Y PEPE AGUILAR.

    PARA TODOS ELLOS: EL MARCO MUSICAL DE ORO DEL MUNDIALMENTE AMADO MARIACHI, CON SONIDOS DE AYER, DE HOY Y DE SIEMPRE: DEL GRAN MARIACHI VARGAS DE TECALITLAN DE SILVESTRE VARGAS Y RUBEN FUENTES, EL INCOMPARABLE MARIACHI MEXICO DE PEPE VILLA, EL INOLVIDABLE MARIACHI COCULENSE DE CIRILO MARMOLEJO, E INCLUSO EL LEGENDARIO TRIO CALAVERAS, LLEGANDO HASTA NUESTROS DIAS CON LA SONORIDAD DEL MARIACHI SOL DE MEXICO DE JOSE HERNANDEZ, EL MARIACHI LOS CAMPEROS DE NATI CANO, EL MARIACHI GAMA MIL Y EL MARIACHI NUEVO TECALITLAN.

    PARA TODOS ELLOS, UN APLAUSO AQUI, AHORA Y POR SIEMPRE. PARA TODOS LOS QUE SE HAN IDO PERO EN REALIDAD SE QUEDARON, Y PARA LOS QUE ESTAN HOY AQUI Y NOS SIGUEN ROBANDO EL CORAZON CON SU ARTE: ARTE NACIDO EN MEXICO Y TAMBIEN MAS ALLA DE NUESTRAS FRONTERAS, PERO SIEMPRE ORGULLOSO DE SER MEXICANO.

    VIVA MEXICO.

  • JORGE NEGRETE - MEXICO LINDO

    3:15

    JORGE NEGRETE - MEXICO LINDO

  • Voice Teacher Reacts to Jorge Negrete - Yo Soy Mexicano

    8:56

    Watch as seasoned voice teacher and performer Andy Davis reacts to Yo Soy Mexicano as sung by Jorge Negrete in the film El Peñòn de las Animas (1942).

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  • Jorge Negrete - Coplas de Retache

    3:47

    Duelo de coplas en esta versión de 1948 del clásico de 1936 Allá En El Rancho Grande con el ídolo Jorge Negrete.

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  • Jorge Negrete y Pedro Vargas - Amor Con Amor se Paga

    3:13

    Jorge Negrete y Pedro Vargas - Amor Con Amor se Paga

  • JORGE NEGRETE------BIOGRAFIA

    50:27

    BIOGRAFIA DEL CHARRO CANTOR.
    Esa manera de interpretar las canciones rancheras era muy genuina: los acentos, inflexiones que en las grabaciones de los primeros mariachis se pueden apreciar, Jorge Negrete los hacía y no obstante su depurada técnica, se escucha y siente bravío, mexicano.

  • Jorge Negrete - La feria de las flores

    2:54

    Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 December 5, 1953) is considered one of the most popular Mexican singers and actors of all time.

    Negrete was born in Guanajuato where he was raised together with his brother and three sisters: David, Consuelo, Emilia and Teresa, and also lived in San Luis Potosí. He graduated with the rank of sub-lieutenant from El Colegio Militar, Mexico's military academy.

    Handsome, with a very strong will and a trained, fascinating voice, he is still a top idol in Mexico, Spain and Latin America, more than 50 years after his death. His recording of México Lindo y Querido (Beautiful and Beloved México), his country's unofficial anthem, is the best known recording of the song. His career is often compared to that of Pedro Infante, the best known and most popular Mexican actor of the time. The public rivalry didn't carry over to their private lives, as they were close friends until Negrete's death.

    He married twice, to famous actresses with whom he shared credits: Elisa Christy (with whom he had a daughter, Diana Negrete) and María Félix. He also lived with his frequent co-star, for more than ten years. Gloria Marín co-starred in 10 out of his 44 films.

    He started his career singing on the radio in 1931 in Mexico City singing operatic parts. In 1936 he signed with NBC for a television program with Cuban and Mexican musicians. He returned to Mexico in 1937 to act in the film La Madrina Del Diablo (The Devil's Godmother) and because of the success of the film he was able to sign for several more the next three years. In 1938 he starred in La Valentina with Elisa Christy and then in Juntos Pero No Revueltos (Together But Not Mixed).

    After working in Havana and Hollywood he was called to act in ¡Ay Jalisco, No Te Rajes! (Hey Jalisco, Don't Back Down!) which made him an international Latin star and helped formulate the charro film genre. Filming this movie he met Gloria Marín, starting their romance and the string of movies they filmed together. He complemented his film career by singing rancheras with the trio Los Tres Calaveras and touring Latin America, singing concerts and making personal appearances.

    He was offered the main role in El Peñon de las Ánimas (The Rock of Souls) and wanted Marín to be his co-star. In spite of his protests, newcomer María Félix became his star and eventually his wife, although they at first despised each other while filming the movie.

    He was one of the founders, and the most important leader, of the Mexican Actors Association (ANDA), succeeding Mario Moreno Cantinflas as its chairman. He was a fierce advocate for the rights of film professionals in Mexico.

    He was the first to die of the Tres Gallos Mexicanos, or 'Three Mexican Roosters' (as he, Infante and Javier Solís, a younger star, were called; the three died within a span of 13 years). Negrete died in Los Angeles during a professional visit, of hepatitis, an illness with which he had been infected while working as a musician in New York. According to his wishes, his body was flown back to, and buried in, Mexico City. Thousands of fans attended his funeral and followed the hearse to the cemetery, El Panteón Jardín, where he was buried in the actors corner. On December 5, fans still pay tribute to the El Charro Cantor (Singing Mexican Horseman) at his tomb, and television and radio stations stage marathons of his films and songs.

  • Jorge Negrete - Aunque Lo Quieran O No

    3:12

    El ídolo Jorge Negrete interpreta este clásico de Manuel Esperón con letra de Ernesto Cortázar.

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  • Jorge Negrete - Paloma Querida

    2:48

    Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 December 5, 1953) is considered one of the most popular Mexican singers and actors of all time.

    Negrete was born in Guanajuato where he was raised together with his brother and three sisters: David, Consuelo, Emilia and Teresa, and also lived in San Luis Potosí. He graduated with the rank of sub-lieutenant from El Colegio Militar, Mexico's military academy.

    Handsome, with a very strong will and a trained, fascinating voice, he is still a top idol in Mexico, Spain and Latin America, more than 50 years after his death. His recording of México Lindo y Querido (Beautiful and Beloved México), his country's unofficial anthem, is the best known recording of the song. His career is often compared to that of Pedro Infante, the best known and most popular Mexican actor of the time. The public rivalry didn't carry over to their private lives, as they were close friends until Negrete's death.

    He married twice, to famous actresses with whom he shared credits: Elisa Christy (with whom he had a daughter, Diana Negrete) and María Félix. He also lived with his frequent co-star, for more than ten years. Gloria Marín co-starred in 10 out of his 44 films.

    He started his career singing on the radio in 1931 in Mexico City singing operatic parts. In 1936 he signed with NBC for a television program with Cuban and Mexican musicians. He returned to Mexico in 1937 to act in the film La Madrina Del Diablo (The Devil's Godmother) and because of the success of the film he was able to sign for several more the next three years. In 1938 he starred in La Valentina with Elisa Christy and then in Juntos Pero No Revueltos (Together But Not Mixed).

    After working in Havana and Hollywood he was called to act in ¡Ay Jalisco, No Te Rajes! (Hey Jalisco, Don't Back Down!) which made him an international Latin star and helped formulate the charro film genre. Filming this movie he met Gloria Marín, starting their romance and the string of movies they filmed together. He complemented his film career by singing rancheras with the trio Los Tres Calaveras and touring Latin America, singing concerts and making personal appearances.

    He was offered the main role in El Peñon de las Ánimas (The Rock of Souls) and wanted Marín to be his co-star. In spite of his protests, newcomer María Félix became his star and eventually his wife, although they at first despised each other while filming the movie.

    He was one of the founders, and the most important leader, of the Mexican Actors Association (ANDA), succeeding Mario Moreno Cantinflas as its chairman. He was a fierce advocate for the rights of film professionals in Mexico.

    He was the first to die of the Tres Gallos Mexicanos, or 'Three Mexican Roosters' (as he, Infante and Javier Solís, a younger star, were called; the three died within a span of 13 years). Negrete died in Los Angeles during a professional visit, of hepatitis, an illness with which he had been infected while working as a musician in New York. According to his wishes, his body was flown back to, and buried in, Mexico City. Thousands of fans attended his funeral and followed the hearse to the cemetery, El Panteón Jardín, where he was buried in the actors corner. On December 5, fans still pay tribute to the El Charro Cantor (Singing Mexican Horseman) at his tomb, and television and radio stations stage marathons of his films and songs.

  • Tu Recuerdo y Yo - Jorge Negrete Full HD

    3:49

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  • Jorge Negrete - Ella

    3:25

    Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 December 5, 1953) is considered one of the most popular Mexican singers and actors of all time.

    Negrete was born in Guanajuato where he was raised together with his brother and three sisters: David, Consuelo, Emilia and Teresa, and also lived in San Luis Potosí. He graduated with the rank of sub-lieutenant from El Colegio Militar, Mexico's military academy.

    Handsome, with a very strong will and a trained, fascinating voice, he is still a top idol in Mexico, Spain and Latin America, more than 50 years after his death. His recording of México Lindo y Querido (Beautiful and Beloved México), his country's unofficial anthem, is the best known recording of the song. His career is often compared to that of Pedro Infante, the best known and most popular Mexican actor of the time. The public rivalry didn't carry over to their private lives, as they were close friends until Negrete's death.

    He married twice, to famous actresses with whom he shared credits: Elisa Christy (with whom he had a daughter, Diana Negrete) and María Félix. He also lived with his frequent co-star, for more than ten years. Gloria Marín co-starred in 10 out of his 44 films.

    He started his career singing on the radio in 1931 in Mexico City singing operatic parts. In 1936 he signed with NBC for a television program with Cuban and Mexican musicians. He returned to Mexico in 1937 to act in the film La Madrina Del Diablo (The Devil's Godmother) and because of the success of the film he was able to sign for several more the next three years. In 1938 he starred in La Valentina with Elisa Christy and then in Juntos Pero No Revueltos (Together But Not Mixed).

    After working in Havana and Hollywood he was called to act in ¡Ay Jalisco, No Te Rajes! (Hey Jalisco, Don't Back Down!) which made him an international Latin star and helped formulate the charro film genre. Filming this movie he met Gloria Marín, starting their romance and the string of movies they filmed together. He complemented his film career by singing rancheras with the trio Los Tres Calaveras and touring Latin America, singing concerts and making personal appearances.

    He was offered the main role in El Peñon de las Ánimas (The Rock of Souls) and wanted Marín to be his co-star. In spite of his protests, newcomer María Félix became his star and eventually his wife, although they at first despised each other while filming the movie.

    He was one of the founders, and the most important leader, of the Mexican Actors Association (ANDA), succeeding Mario Moreno Cantinflas as its chairman. He was a fierce advocate for the rights of film professionals in Mexico.

    He was the first to die of the Tres Gallos Mexicanos, or 'Three Mexican Roosters' (as he, Infante and Javier Solís, a younger star, were called; the three died within a span of 13 years). Negrete died in Los Angeles during a professional visit, of hepatitis, an illness with which he had been infected while working as a musician in New York. According to his wishes, his body was flown back to, and buried in, Mexico City. Thousands of fans attended his funeral and followed the hearse to the cemetery, El Panteón Jardín, where he was buried in the actors corner. On December 5, fans still pay tribute to the El Charro Cantor (Singing Mexican Horseman) at his tomb, and television and radio stations stage marathons of his films and songs.

  • Jorge Negrete - Entre suspiro y suspiro

    3:14

    Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 December 5, 1953) is considered one of the most popular Mexican singers and actors of all time.

    Negrete was born in Guanajuato where he was raised together with his brother and three sisters: David, Consuelo, Emilia and Teresa, and also lived in San Luis Potosí. He graduated with the rank of sub-lieutenant from El Colegio Militar, Mexico's military academy.

    Handsome, with a very strong will and a trained, fascinating voice, he is still a top idol in Mexico, Spain and Latin America, more than 50 years after his death. His recording of México Lindo y Querido (Beautiful and Beloved México), his country's unofficial anthem, is the best known recording of the song. His career is often compared to that of Pedro Infante, the best known and most popular Mexican actor of the time. The public rivalry didn't carry over to their private lives, as they were close friends until Negrete's death.

    He married twice, to famous actresses with whom he shared credits: Elisa Christy (with whom he had a daughter, Diana Negrete) and María Félix. He also lived with his frequent co-star, for more than ten years. Gloria Marín co-starred in 10 out of his 44 films.

    He started his career singing on the radio in 1931 in Mexico City singing operatic parts. In 1936 he signed with NBC for a television program with Cuban and Mexican musicians. He returned to Mexico in 1937 to act in the film La Madrina Del Diablo (The Devil's Godmother) and because of the success of the film he was able to sign for several more the next three years. In 1938 he starred in La Valentina with Elisa Christy and then in Juntos Pero No Revueltos (Together But Not Mixed).

    After working in Havana and Hollywood he was called to act in ¡Ay Jalisco, No Te Rajes! (Hey Jalisco, Don't Back Down!) which made him an international Latin star and helped formulate the charro film genre. Filming this movie he met Gloria Marín, starting their romance and the string of movies they filmed together. He complemented his film career by singing rancheras with the trio Los Tres Calaveras and touring Latin America, singing concerts and making personal appearances.

    He was offered the main role in El Peñon de las Ánimas (The Rock of Souls) and wanted Marín to be his co-star. In spite of his protests, newcomer María Félix became his star and eventually his wife, although they at first despised each other while filming the movie.

    He was one of the founders, and the most important leader, of the Mexican Actors Association (ANDA), succeeding Mario Moreno Cantinflas as its chairman. He was a fierce advocate for the rights of film professionals in Mexico.

    He was the first to die of the Tres Gallos Mexicanos, or 'Three Mexican Roosters' (as he, Infante and Javier Solís, a younger star, were called; the three died within a span of 13 years). Negrete died in Los Angeles during a professional visit, of hepatitis, an illness with which he had been infected while working as a musician in New York. According to his wishes, his body was flown back to, and buried in, Mexico City. Thousands of fans attended his funeral and followed the hearse to the cemetery, El Panteón Jardín, where he was buried in the actors corner. On December 5, fans still pay tribute to the El Charro Cantor (Singing Mexican Horseman) at his tomb, and television and radio stations stage marathons of his films and songs.

  • Jorge Negrete - Quihubo Quihubo Cuando

    3:44

    El ídolo Jorge Negrete interpreta este tema clásico de su discografía en la película Dos Tipos de Cuidado.

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  • Jorge Negrete - Allá En El Rancho Grande

    2:01

    El ídolo Jorge Negrete interpreta este tema inmortal de Emilio de Uranga en la película homónima.

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  • Jorge Negrete - Por amor a una mujer

    3:31

    Al igual que el vídeo de Huapango Ranchero, este otro ya lo había subido antes, sin embargo esta vez con su título correspondiente y con una calidad más digna del Gran Charro Cantor... escuchen bien los cambios de tono que hace JN absolutamente increíbles... Disfruten el Video...

  • Jorge Negrete - flor de azalea

    3:11

    una cancion del cantante mexicano acompanado de un trio...

  • JORGE NEGRETE, El Rogón.

    2:58

    El simpar Negrete Moreno interpreta de manera sublime este tema popular. No queda nada más que decir, sólo admirar y disfrutar de su voz y talento.

  • Ramón Armengod y Jorge Negrete - Besos Luis Arcaraz

    2:48

    Barbarito Diez -- EP


    Alfonso Ortiz Tirado: Cubano


    Bola de Nieve: Allá en el Batey


    Tito Guízar: Farolito


    Trilogía Sonera: Chappotín, Luis Santí y Severino Ramos:


    Trilogía Sonera: Arsenio Rodríguez, Conjunto Casino y Sonora Matancera:


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    Luis Arcaraz (México, 5 diciembre 1910 / 1ro junio, 1963) notable pianista, compositor, arreglista y líder de orquesta, alcanzó el mayor esplendor de su carrera con el auge del swing y las jazz bands alboreando los años 40.

    A mediados de la década anterior Ramón Armengod y Jorge Negrete (The Mexican Caballeros) grabaron su bolero: Besos.

    Ramón Armengod (Veracruz, 9 octubre 1909 / 31 octubre 1976) ya había completado un dueto similar con el actor y cantante de origen español: Emilio Tuero (Par de Ases). Teniendo en cuenta que los muchos compromisos de Emilio comprometían su labor en conjunto, Armengod le propuso a Jorge Negrete (Guanajuato, 30 noviembre 1911 / Los Angeles, 5 diciembre, 1953) continuar el proyecto vocal. En abril de 1937 el dúo se disolvió.

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  • Jorge Negrete - Perjura 2° Versión

    3:25

    El ídolo Jorge Negrete interpreta este tema clásico de Lerdo de Tejada en la película homónima.

    Audio y video procesado y restaurado en ABGA Studios

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  • Serenata / Ojos Tapatíos - Jorge Negrete y Pedro Infante Full HD

    4:13

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  • Jorge Negrete - Perjura

    3:22

    Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 December 5, 1953) is considered one of the most popular Mexican singers and actors of all time.

    Negrete was born in Guanajuato where he was raised together with his brother and three sisters: David, Consuelo, Emilia and Teresa, and also lived in San Luis Potosí. He graduated with the rank of sub-lieutenant from El Colegio Militar, Mexico's military academy.

    Handsome, with a very strong will and a trained, fascinating voice, he is still a top idol in Mexico, Spain and Latin America, more than 50 years after his death. His recording of México Lindo y Querido (Beautiful and Beloved México), his country's unofficial anthem, is the best known recording of the song. His career is often compared to that of Pedro Infante, the best known and most popular Mexican actor of the time. The public rivalry didn't carry over to their private lives, as they were close friends until Negrete's death.

    He married twice, to famous actresses with whom he shared credits: Elisa Christy (with whom he had a daughter, Diana Negrete) and María Félix. He also lived with his frequent co-star, for more than ten years. Gloria Marín co-starred in 10 out of his 44 films.

    He started his career singing on the radio in 1931 in Mexico City singing operatic parts. In 1936 he signed with NBC for a television program with Cuban and Mexican musicians. He returned to Mexico in 1937 to act in the film La Madrina Del Diablo (The Devil's Godmother) and because of the success of the film he was able to sign for several more the next three years. In 1938 he starred in La Valentina with Elisa Christy and then in Juntos Pero No Revueltos (Together But Not Mixed).

    After working in Havana and Hollywood he was called to act in ¡Ay Jalisco, No Te Rajes! (Hey Jalisco, Don't Back Down!) which made him an international Latin star and helped formulate the charro film genre. Filming this movie he met Gloria Marín, starting their romance and the string of movies they filmed together. He complemented his film career by singing rancheras with the trio Los Tres Calaveras and touring Latin America, singing concerts and making personal appearances.

    He was offered the main role in El Peñon de las Ánimas (The Rock of Souls) and wanted Marín to be his co-star. In spite of his protests, newcomer María Félix became his star and eventually his wife, although they at first despised each other while filming the movie.

    He was one of the founders, and the most important leader, of the Mexican Actors Association (ANDA), succeeding Mario Moreno Cantinflas as its chairman. He was a fierce advocate for the rights of film professionals in Mexico.

    He was the first to die of the Tres Gallos Mexicanos, or 'Three Mexican Roosters' (as he, Infante and Javier Solís, a younger star, were called; the three died within a span of 13 years). Negrete died in Los Angeles during a professional visit, of hepatitis, an illness with which he had been infected while working as a musician in New York. According to his wishes, his body was flown back to, and buried in, Mexico City. Thousands of fans attended his funeral and followed the hearse to the cemetery, El Panteón Jardín, where he was buried in the actors corner. On December 5, fans still pay tribute to the El Charro Cantor (Singing Mexican Horseman) at his tomb, and television and radio stations stage marathons of his films and songs.

  • Jorge Negrete - Coplas De Retache

    4:04

    El ídolo Jorge Negrete y Amanda Ledesma interpretan estas simpáticas coplas de retache en la película Cuando Quiere Un Mexicano.


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  • Jorge Negrete - Fiesta Del Rancho

    4:12

    El ídolo Jorge Negrete interpreta esta canción del binomio Manuel Esperón - Ernesto Cortázar en la película No Basta Ser Charro.

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  • Manzanero presenta DISCO homenaje a Jorge Negrete / Lorenzo Negrete canta: Ay Jalisco, no te rajes

    6:11

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    Ay Jalisco, no te rajes, de Manuel Esperón y Ernesto Cortázar, el primer gran éxito del Charro Cantor, Jorge Negrete. Interpretada por Lorenzo Negrete en el programa especial de TV La Música con Manzanero para Fiestas Patrias en Canal 22 de México, con el Maestro Armando Manzanero en 2014. Además, una entrevista por el propio Manzanero a Lorenzo.

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    #yosoymexicano

    Ay Jalisco, no te rajes (Don't back down, Jalisco), by Manuel Esperon and Ernesto Cortazar, the first great song hit by singer and actor Jorge Negrete. Sung here by Lorenzo Negrete on the TV Special La Musica con Manzanero on Mexico's Channel 22 with Maestro Armando Manzanero for the 2014 Mexican Independence commemoration. Plus, Lorenzo gets interviewed by Manzanero.

    YO SOY MEXICANO, QUE VIVA NUESTRO MEXICO LINDO Y QUERIDO, Y SU INMORTAL CHARRO CANTOR.

  • JORGE NEGRETE----CANCION CUBANA DE AMOR

    2:51

    BONITA CANCION DE LA AUTORIA DE JORGE NEGRETE.
    PARA COMPENSAR EL GRAN CARIÑO QUE EL PUEBLO CUBANO LE TUVO.

  • Jorge negrete y marielena marquesasi se quiere en jalisco las alteñitas

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    María Elena Marqués Rangel nació el 14 de diciembre de 1926 en México, D.F. Hija única de Gabriel Marqués y María Rangel. Fue descubierta por el director Fernando de Fuentes, un día, al María Elena llegar a su casa de regreso de la escuela, al bajarse del camión la vio Fernando de Fuentes que era su vecino y quedó fascinado con su belleza, habló con sus padres y tuvo que luchar mucho para que la dejaran hacerle una prueba para el cine, así es como María Elena debutó en el cine en el 1942 en la película Dos corazones y un tango con el tanguista argentino Andrés Falgás. Su primer personaje importante fue en la película Doña Bárbara con María Félix en el 1943 donde interpretó a su hija Marisela. Se casó con el actor Miguel Torruco con quien procreó dos hijos, Marisela y Miguel, dedicado a la industria de los hoteles y el turismo en México. El matrimonio duró poco ya que Miguel Torruco falleció el 22 de abril de 1956 de un infarto a los 37 años de edad. Pionera de la televisión mexicana María Elena trabajó en 15 radionovelas y 30 programas para la XEW, fue pionera de la televisión mexicana trabajando en 20 teleteatros, 10 telenovelas, 30 programas cantando como Noches tapatías y Así es mi tierra. También trabajó en el teatro con Manolo Fábregas en la obra Hablando de asesinatos donde ganó el premio a la mejor actriz, con El carruaje recorrió todos los teatros del Seguro Social de la República mexicana ganando también el premio a la mejor actriz. Es la única actriz mexicana en ganar el premio mundial de la bienal de cine en Venecia a la mejor actriz por su actuación en la película La perla (1945) con Pedro Armendáriz. María Elena se retiró de la actuación a principios de la década del 80. Es abuela de 6 nietos: Jorge, Gabriel y Paola (hijos de Marisela) y María Elena, Gloria y Miguel (hijos de Miguel). Tiene 10 bisnietos. Residía en el Pedregal de San Angel en México, D.F. Falleció el 11 de noviembre de 2008 en México, D.F. a consecuencia de un paro cardiaco a los 81 años de edad. El nombre de esta extraordinaria primera actriz está escrito con letras de oro en la historia del cine, la televisión y el teatro mexicano.

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