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Tomás Méndez

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Tomás Méndez
Tomás Méndez monument in Mexico City.
Tomás Méndez monument in Mexico City.
Background information
Birth nameTomás Méndez Sosa
BornJuly 25, 1927
Fresnillo, Zacatecas, Mexico
Died(1995-07-19)July 19, 1995 (aged 67)
Mexico City, Mexico
GenresMexican music and ranchera music
Occupation(s)musician, composer, singer

Tomás Méndez (born Tomás Méndez Sosa; July 25, 1927 – June 19, 1995) was a Mexican composer and singer of Mexican music and ranchera music. He was born in Fresnillo, Zacatecas, Mexico. He obtained his first success in 1954 with the Mexican music song "Gorrioncillo pecho amarillo" and continued in the same year with the huapangos like "Cucurrucucú paloma" and "Desafío". He died in Mexico City on June 19, 1995.

The song "Cucurrucucú paloma" was played in many movie pictures like The Last Sunset, Happy Together, Talk to Her and The Five Year Engagement and has also been performed by notable singers such as Harry Belafonte, Perry Como, Lola Beltrán and Caetano Veloso.

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Transcription

Songs

  • "Pobre Leña de Pirul"
  • "Gorrioncillo pecho amarillo"
  • "Cucurrucucú paloma"
  • "Golondrina presumida"
  • "Huapango torero"
  • "Las rejas no matan"
  • "Que me toquen las golondrinas"
  • "Paloma negra"
  • "Puñalada trapera"
  • "Tres días"
  • "La Muerte de Un Gallero"
  • "La Melina Que Se Fue"

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This page was last edited on 26 January 2021, at 01:51
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