Label: Sonolux - IES 12-585 • Format: Vinyl LP, Mono • Country: Colombia • Genre: Latin, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Cumbia, Bolero, Son
She is known for her work in several genres of Colombian Jóga - Björk - Homogenicincluding boleropasillobambucoand especially cumbia. The musical career of Leonor Gonzalez Mina began when she was 18 years old, when she decided to leave her home.
After six months, she participated as a dancer in a ballet by Delia Zapata Olivella and her brother Leonor Gonzalez Mina* - La Negra Grande De Colombia Vol. IIIacting before an audience in Paris. With this dance company she travelled internationally to countries including China, Germany, and the Soviet Union. When she returned to Colombia, she produced her first record, titled " Cantos de mi tierra y de mi raza ".
Leonor Gonzalez Mina is a reference of cultural identity, Valluna and Colombian, that for more than 60 years of a successful artistic career has taken the Afro-Pacific culture to many areas of the planet.
She has shown all the rhythms of Colombian culture, from a cumbia to a bambuco, her life and work has been a legacy of musical identity and nation. Her competing song, entitled "Campesino de ciudad" City farmer talks about the difficulties that the people from the rural areas face in the big cities in search for a better life. The song, which summarized a sad reality in Latin America, moved both the audience and the juries and she got the third place in a tie with the venezuelan entrant, Mirla Castellanos.
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