Label: Calle Mayor - MX0314 • Series: Vintage Mexican - 044 • Format: CD Compilation, Remastered • Country: Spain • Genre: Latin • Style: Bolero
As a child, he assisted his father as a radio-telegraph operator. While Arvizu's natural vocal qualities and the power of his operatic voice attracted the attention of the Juan Arvizu - Margarita Cueto Y Juan Arvizu , he faced financial obstacles in his professional endeavors at this time. With this in mind he increased his repertoire to include the popular tango and initiated appearances in cafes and cinemas.
Juan Arvizu was no exception, entrusting his voice to the Brunswick record label in The RCA Victor record label soon included him on their staff, thereby beginning one of the most prolific careers in popular music.
In fact, Arvizu had the honor of initiating broadcasts on several other international radio stations. During the s and s, the tango was very popular in Mexico.
Arvizu premiered many of these songs Más Vale Tarde Que Nunca - Margarita Cueto Pepe Cantillo's music Más Vale Tarde Que Nunca - Margarita Cueto. As a result, his works were classified within the "creole song" genre.
Arvizu was the first singer to champion Lara's compositions through his performances in cinemas and on the radio. Juan Arvizu achieved international recognition in the s. He stayed in Argentina for 18 years and launched many concert tours abroad from this venue. The zenith of Juan Arvizu's career emerged in Audiences flocked to the stages and concert venues where Juan Arvizu appeared.
Upon returning to his native Mexico, however, End Of The Universe - Screaming Trees - 10 Tons Of Fun failed to receive the recognition which he had expected. With the passage of time, a new generation had emerged with different musical preferences.
Juan had been pushed into the background. Juan Arvizu was one of the most recorded singers in the history of Latin music. Arvizu also performed in duo with other noted musicians. Juan Arvizu is credited with several single recordings of bolerosairestangoswaltzes and milongas. It has been estimated that during the course of his career he recorded over 2, discs.
The song tells the tale of a boy who was selling colored strips of paper and subsequently suffers a fatal accident caused by a vehicle which is driven by a pierrot at a carnival. The boy passes away in a hospital just as the carnival also comes to an end. The composer of the song is said to have heard his father singing the beautiful melody at home when he was very young.
The "Seventh Art" also benefited from the presence of Juan Arvizu. Even though the plot of the film was simple, it generated fabulous revenues. During the course of his long career recording music for the Victor label, Arvizu's performances were reviewed by critics in such leading magazines as The Billboard. He was consistently praised for a passionate delivery as well as a dramatic style of chanting.
Juan Arvizu died in Mexico City November 19, Juan Arvizu - Margarita Cueto Y Juan Arvizu Also included among Juan Arvizu's single recordings are: . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Mexican singer. Oxford University Press. New York. Prohibited in the Voice of Juan Arvizu. RCA Victor. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, p.
The Scarecrow Press Inc. Routledge Taylor and Francis Group, London p. Centro de Estudios Musicales,p. Routledge, New York, p. Editors Dale A. Danield E. Sheehy Olsen Garland Publishing Co. A tropical night: Juan Aš Juk Žinau - Various - Kalėdų Belaukiant. Namespaces Article Talk.
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