Jorge Antonio Cafrune (Jujuy, August 8, 1937 - Buenos Aires, February 1, 1978) was one of the most popular Argentine folklorist singers of his time, as well as an unflagging investigator, compilator, and diffuser of the native culture.
Jorge Cafrune was born in the estancia "La Matilde" of El Sunchal, Perico Del Carmén, Jujuy in a family of Syrian–Lebanese origin. He completed his secondary studies in San Salvador de Jujuy, during which he took guitar classes with Nicolás Lamadrid.
In 1957 he recorded his first album with the band Las voces de Huayra that in 1960 changed its name to Los cantores del Alba, with Ariel Ramírez as manager. Beginning in 1962, Cafrune began to perform at the Cosquin Folkloric Festival. In 1966 in one of his visits to smaller villages, he met a young folklorist singer called José Larralde.
In 1967 shown the trip "De caballo por mi patria" in homage to Chacho Peñaloza. DuringЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- El Chacho, vida y obra de un caudillo [1965, альбом]
- La Independencia [1966, альбом]
- Canta A Falú, Yupanqui Y Davalos [1972, альбом]
- Solo Chacareras [16.02.2007, альбом]
- Jorge Cafrune [1998, сборник]