Peruvian TV Presenter and Hippo Announcer (January 15, 1919 - February 1, 1999) Born in Lima, famous for his TV Show "Trampolín a la Fama", which stay on air since 1966 to 1996.
레딧. Arranged By, Producer, Directed By – Jose "Flaco" Bermudez, Oscar d'Leon. Bass – Gustavo Carmona. Coro – Arnedo Silva, Humberto Becerra, Oscar D'Leon, Victor Mendoza. Guiro, Maracas, Claves – Alejandro Perez Palma. Percussion – Daniel Berroa, Franklin Monterrey. Percussion, Guiro, Maracas, Claves – Luis Quintero. Piano – Enrico Henriquez.
scar Guillermo Avilés Arcos (March 24, 1924 – April 5, 2014) was a Peruvian guitarist, singer, and composer. He began his musical career in 1939, at the age of 15 as a cajón player for the duo "La limeñita and Ascoy". In 1942, with the string group "Núñez, Arteaga 7 Avilés" won the radio contest organized by the journalist Roberto Nieves from the newspaper "La Noche", as a result of which he became known as "La Primera Guitarra del Perú" (The First Guitar of Peru).
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Oscar Avilés, Augusto Valderrama Hermelinda.
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|A1||–Augusto Ferrando||Santorín Para Todo El Mundo
Narrator – Augusto Ferrando
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Arranged By – Oscar Avilés