|Birth: ||Jan. 30, 1926|
|Death: ||Oct. 19, 2012|
María Esther Granados Ulloa, was born in Lima on January 30, 1926. He lived his early years near the Plaza of the Inquisition in the Barrios Altos. Always linked to the song, and her classmates at school urged her to sing, and as he did so well one day it was accompanied encouraged by them, Goicochea Radio remained in the place where now stands at Metro Cinema Plaza San Martin (center of Lima), the pianist of the station's popular "Arañita" era. It was who you were tested.
He debuted in 1939 and became known for his phrase-alone jaraneo me. He was part of the cast of Radio Lima that gathered the most outstanding performers of folk music under the direction of composer Filomeno Ormeño Belmonte.
In 1987, the then President of Peru, Dr. Alan Garcia Perez formalized by a ministerial appointment of "The 6 large Creole Song". This bouquet glories of Peruvian Creole music, plus were Esther Granados, Jesus Vasquez, Eloisa Angulo, Delia Vallejos, Teresa and Alicia Velásquez Lizarraga.
He died the morning of October 19, 2012 at 5 am in the Hospital Edgardo Rebagliati, where he spent his last days hospitalized, reported RPP Noticias. His wake was held at the National Museum of the Ministry of Culture
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