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Ignacio Fernández Esperón

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Ignacio Fernández Esperón
Born(1894-02-14)14 February 1894
Other namesTata Nacho

Ignacio Fernández Esperón [aka Tata Nacho] (Oaxaca 14 February 1894 – 1968) was a Mexican composer. He grew up in Oaxaca in a middle-class home. His alias Tata Nacho was a childhood nickname.[1][2] In 1937 he debuted his music on XEW, Mexico City's best known radio station. In 1947 he was given his own radio program Así es mi tierra.[3] He composed over two hundred songs.[4]



  1. ^ Claes af Geijerstam Popular music in México 1976 "The real name of Tata Nacho (1894-1968) was Ignacio Fernandez Esperón (the nickname remained with him from childhood and was his pseudonym throughout his life). Tata Nacho grew up in a middle-class home in the town of Oaxaca."
  2. ^ Pablo Neruda, Roberto González Echevarria - Canto General Page 405 2011" “To Emiliano Zapata with Music by Tata Nacho," pp. 125-127 Tata Nacho is the pseudonym of Ignacio Fernandez Esperón (1894-1968), a songwriter from Oaxaca and one of Mexico's leading cultural personalities in postrevolutionary Mexico."
  3. ^ Rita E. Urquijo-Ruiz Wild Tongues: Transnational Mexican Popular Culture 2012 Page 186 "Ignacio Fernández Esperón (“Tata Nacho,” 1894–1968) was born in Mexico City[?] on February 14, 1894. In 1937 he debuted his music on the most famous radio station there, XEW. In 1947 he created the radio program Así es mi tierra (This Is ..."
  4. ^ A Cultural History of Latin America Page 360 Leslie Bethell - 1998 "Other famous composers of canciones and other genres were Tata Nacho (Ignacio Fernandez Esperon, 1894—1968), author of some two hundred songs, and Guty Cardenas (1905—32), immortalized among his countrymen by his songs ..."
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