Arias Chavarri Anduaga, Clotilde 20.jun.1901-6.may.1959 Peru, Iquitos - USA Vermont, Burlington
lyricist, translator english-spanish, studied in Arequipa Peru, 1.aug.1923 emigrated from Iquitos to the USA New York City, 1939-1942 residing at 300 West 49th Street Manhattan, 1941 president of Union de Mujeres Americanas, 14.dec.1942 naturalized American, from 1945 she got so busy with translations of songs that she no longer had time to compose music, she died after one month in DeGoesbriand Memorial Hospital in Burlington while residing in New York White Plains ; 6.jul.1929 in Brooklyn she married Jose Anduaga (Peru, Chachapoyas 10.aug.1908-), divorced c1943 ; son Roger (Brooklyn 26.jun.1930-)

Title Parts

[] Gato libre. Marinera. 1937
letra y melodia Clotilde Arias

[] Huiracocha, an Inca song. Voice and piano
music and spanish lyrics Clotilde Arias, english lyrics Albert Gamse
pub Gran Fraternidad Universal / Clotilde Arias, Maracay Venezuela
pub Edward B. Marks, New York 1941

[] Mi Ranchero. Corrido
pub Robbins Music Co., 1945

[] Escucha, tu Listen. Peruvian chant - Inca ballad
pub Edward B. Marks, New York 1945

[] Himno de las Americas. Voice and piano
pub Clotilde Arias, New York

[] Venca Minina. Song
pub Caribbean Music Co.

[] Idilio Roto (Broken idyll). Song
recorded on R.C.A. Victor

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