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Baca, Susana


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  • Fuller Name

    • Susana Esther Baca de la Colina
  • Variants

    • Baca de la Colina, Susana Esther
    • De la Colina, Susana Esther Baca
    • La Colina, Susana Esther Baca de
    • Colina, Susana Esther Baca de la
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  • Sources

    • found: Baca, S. Del fuego y del agua, p1997.
    • found: Lo africano en el Perú, 2013:title page verso (authors ... Susana Baca) page 297 (version, music disc production, songwriter ... Susana Baca)
    • found: Wikipedia WWW site, viewed Feb. 16, 2015:article (Susana Baca; Susana Esther Baca de la Colina; born Chorrillos, Lima Province, Peru, 24 May 1944; prominent Peruvian singer-songwriter; two times Latin Grammy Award winner; key figure in the revival of Afro-Peruvian music; Culture Minister of Peru, in office 28 July 2011-11 December 2011; elected to the OAS (Organization of American States) as President of the Commission of Culture, 2011-2013)
    • found: BlackPast.org WWW site, viewed Feb. 16, 2015:women web pages (Susana Baca; between 1982 and 1991 she released seven records, most of them produced by Pregón, a company she founded with her husband, Ricardo Pereira; couple also founded "Instituto Negrocontinuo" in 1992; two years later she and Pereira founded the "Cultural Center for Memory" in Santa Barbara, south of Lima, Peru)
    • found: Encyclopedia.com WWW site, viewed Feb. 16, 2015:contemporary musicians web page (Baca, Susana ... married Ricardo Pereira)
    • found: Africana: The Encyclopedia of the African and African American Experience, Second Edition, accessed December 8, 2014, via Oxford African American Studies Center database:(Baca, Susana; composer, folk musician, singer, music historian; born 1954 in Lima, Peru; as a teenager recorded songs and memories of her grandparents; later explored the distinctive rhythms, tempos, and instruments of the small but influential Afro-Peruvian community that has lived in relative isolation for nearly 500 years along the Pacific Ocean coast of Peru (1960s); her research led to the path-breaking album The Soul of Black Peru, which presented Afro-Peruvian music to an international audience for the first time (1995); toured in Europe and the United States, singing both traditional folk songs and contemporary songs (since 1995); performed at New York City's New School of Social Research (1997); founded the Instituto Negrocontinuo (Institute of the Black Continuum) to promote the study of Afro-Peruvian arts and culture)
    • found: Discogs.com, June 3, 2015:(Susana Baca; Susana Esther Baca de la Colina; prominent Peruvian singer of Afro-Peruvian descent) http://www.discogs.com/artist/134803-Susana-Baca
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    • 1998-02-20: new
    • 2015-06-03: revised
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