Enrique Hidalgo

 Enrique Hidalgo Enrique Hidalgo (born March 10, 1942 in El Tigre, Anzoátegui state, Venezuela) is one of the most influential popular musicians, children's poets and authors from Venezuela. Hidalgo's work includes more than 500 songs, notably "Barcelonesa”, “Presagio”, "Ladron de tu amor", '“La Carta” among others, more than eight children's educational books, and many musical productions written and arranged by himself. Enrique Hidalgo is an accomplished musician and multi-instrumentalist (guitar, Venezuelan cuatro, piano, harp and percussion). His compositions have been interpreted by artists such as Gualberto Ibarreto, Quinto Criollo, (Serenata Guayanesa), (Fania Allstars), (Roberto Roena), (Barbarito Diez), (Urbanda), (Los Hidalgo), (Hector Cabrera),(Arabella), (Juan Carlos Salazar), (Edward Mena), among others. Enrique Hidalgo is currently working in different cultural and musical projects in Miami, Florida. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 2005
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