Atahualpa Yupanqui, né Héctor Roberto Chavero Aramburu, le 31 janvier 1908 dans le partido de Pergamino (région de Buenos Aires), en Argentine, et mort le 23 mai 1992 à Nîmes, en France, est un poète, chanteur et guitariste argentin.Son pseudonyme, choisi dès l'adolescence, est formé d'Atahualpa, le dernier empereur inca, exécuté par les conquistadores de Francisco Pizarro, et de Yupanqui, « le Grand Méritant », cacique suprême des indiens quechuas.↑ Don Atahualpa La voix argentine de tout un continent sur www.elcorreo.eu.org

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  • Atahualpa Yupanqui, né Héctor Roberto Chavero Aramburu, le 31 janvier 1908 dans le partido de Pergamino (région de Buenos Aires), en Argentine, et mort le 23 mai 1992 à Nîmes, en France, est un poète, chanteur et guitariste argentin.Son pseudonyme, choisi dès l'adolescence, est formé d'Atahualpa, le dernier empereur inca, exécuté par les conquistadores de Francisco Pizarro, et de Yupanqui, « le Grand Méritant », cacique suprême des indiens quechuas.
  • Атауа́льпа Юпа́нки (исп. Atahualpa Yupanqui, данное при рождении имя — Héctor Roberto Chavero Aramburo; Пергамино, 31 января 1908 — Ним, 23 мая 1992) — аргентинский певец, гитарист, собиратель фольклора и писатель.Атауальпа Юпанки родился в провинции Буэнос-Айрес, в аргентинской пампе. Свой псевдоним он выбрал уже в молодости, в честь двух легендарных инкских императоров. В молодые годы много путешествовал по северу Аргентины, изучая фольклор гаучо и индейцев. Был членом Коммунистической партии Аргентины. В 1931 году принял участие в выступлении в поддержку отстранённого от власти президента Иполито Иригойена и был вынужнен искать убежища в Уругвае. В 1934 году вернулся в Аргентину. С 1935 выступал вместе с пианисткой Антониетой Паулой Пепин Фицпатрик, которая вскоре стала его женой.Во время правления приезидента Перона его выступления неоднократно запрещались цензурой; он был несколько раз арестован за связи с коммунистами. В 1949 году он уехал во Францию, где опубликовал свой первый диск в Европе. В 1952 году вернулся в Аргентину, поселился в провинции Кордова и вышел из Коммунистической партии. С 1967 года жил в Париже, посещая Аргентину с короткими визитами. Умер во Франции. Прах певца рассеян над его любимым Колорадским холмом 8 июня 1992 года.Песни Юпанки исполняли и популяризировали Факундо Кабраль, Мерседес Соса и другие.
  • Atahualpa Yupanqui, pseudònim d'Hèctor Roberto Chavero (Pergamino, 1908 - Nimes, 1992) va ser un cantautor, guitarrista, antropòleg i escriptor argentí. Quan era jove va viatjar per les zones rurals del nord-oest d'Argentina i de l'altiplà andí estudiant els costums dels pobles indígenes d'Amèrica. Va recollir importants dades etnogràfiques i, indignat amb la pobresa que veia, va passar a formar part del Partit Comunista d'Argentina. El seu nom artístic el va adoptar en honor de dos reis inques llegendaris.Se'l considera el músic argentí més important de folklore. Les seves composicions han estat cantades per reconeguts intèrprets, com Mercedes Sosa, Los Chalchaleros, Horacio Guarany, Jorge Cafrune, Alfredo Zitarrosa, José Larralde, Víctor Jara, Ángel Parra i Marie Laforêt, entre molts d'altres, i segueixen formant part del repertori d'innombrables artistes, a Argentina i en diferents parts del món.
  • アタウアルパ・ユパンキ(Atahualpa Yupanqui, 1908年1月31日 - 1992年5月23日)はアルゼンチンのフォルクローレのギタリスト、歌手、作家である。
  • Atahualpa Yupanqui, pseudonimo di Héctor Roberto Chavero Aramburo (Pergamino, 31 gennaio 1908 – Nîmes, 23 maggio 1992), è stato un cantautore, chitarrista e scrittore argentino.È considerato il più importante rappresentante della musica folclorica argentina. Le sue composizioni sono state interpretate da importanti cantanti e musicisti, quali, tra gli altri, Mercedes Sosa, Los Chalchaleros, Horacio Guarany, Jorge Cafrune, Alfredo Zitarrosa, José Larralde, Víctor Jara, Ángel Parra, Chavela Vargas, Marie Laforêt e gli Inti Illimani, e continuano a far parte del repertorio di innumerevoli artisti, tanto in Argentina come in altre parti del mondo.
  • Atahualpa Yupanqui (22 januari 1908 - 23 mei 1992) was een Argentijns zanger, singer-songwriter, gitarist en schrijver. Hij wordt beschouwd als een van de belangrijkste Argentijnse folkmusici van de 20ste eeuw.
  • Atahualpa Yupanqui, pseudônimo de Héctor Roberto Chavero (Pergamino, Buenos Aires, 31 de janeiro de 1908 — Paris, 23 de maio de 1992), foi um compositor, cantor, violonista e escritor argentino. É considerado um dos mais importantes divulgadores de música folclórica daquele país. Suas composições foram cantadas por reconhecidos intérpretes, como Mercedes Sosa, Alfredo Zitarrosa, Víctor Jara, Ángel Parra, Marie Laforêt e Elis Regina entre outros, continuando a fazer parte do repertório de vários artistas na Argentina e em diferentes partes do mundo.Filho de pai quéchua e mãe basca, mudou-se ainda criança com a família para Agustín Roca, em cuja ferrovia seu pai trabalhava.Na adolescência, começa a tomar aulas de violão com o concertista Bautista Almirón, viajando diariamente os 15 quilômetros que o separavam da casa do mestre. É dessa época o pseudônimo Atahualpa Yupanqui, em homenagem a Atahualpa e Tupac Yupanqui, os últimos governantes incas.
  • Atahualpa Yupanqui (* 31. Januar 1908 als Héctor Roberto Chavero in Pergamino, Argentinien; † 23. Mai 1992 in Nîmes, Frankreich) war ein argentinischer Sänger, Songwriter, Gitarrist und Schriftsteller. Er wird als der wichtigste argentinische Folklore-Musiker des 20. Jahrhunderts gewertet.
  • Atahualpa Yupanqui (d. 22 Ocak 1908 - ö. 23 Mayıs 1992) Arjantinli şarkıcı, besteci, gitarist ve yazar. Los ejes de mi carreta (Yok yok yalan deme) olarak Ferdi Özbeğen tarafından söylenmiştir. Ayrıca Aliye (dizi)sinde Kıraç tarafından bu şarkı söylenmektedir. Bu şarkının müziği Atahualpa Yupanqui'ye sözleri Romildo Risso'ya aittir. İsmi İnka İmparatorluğu'nun son hükümdarı Atahualpa'dan gelmektedir.
  • Atahualpa Yupanqui, jaiotzez Hèctor Roberto Chavero (1908ko urtarrilaren 31a, Pergamino, Argentina - 1992ko maiatzaren 23a, Nimes, Frantzia) argentinar kantautore, gitarrajole, antropologo eta idazle bat izan zen.Atahualpa Yupanquiren aita amerindiar jatorriko argentinar bat zen, aldiz ama, Higinia Carmen Aran, Haran, Aranburu edo Haranburu, Euskal Herriko Gipuzkoako udalerri batean jaiotakoa omen zen.
  • Atahualpa Yupanqui (31 January 1908 – 23 May 1992) was an Argentine singer, songwriter, guitarist, and writer. He is considered the most important Argentine folk musician of the 20th century.[citation needed]Yupanqui was born as Héctor Roberto Chavero Aranburu in Pergamino (Buenos Aires Province), in the Argentine pampas, about 200 kilometers away from Buenos Aires. His father was a Criollo descended from indigenous people, while his mother was born in the Basque country. His family moved to Tucumán when he was ten. In a bow to two legendary Incan kings, he adopted the stage name Atahualpa Yupanqui, which became famous the world over.In his early years, Yupanqui travelled extensively through the northwest of Argentina and the Altiplano studying the indigenous culture. He also became radicalized and joined the Communist Party of Argentina. In 1931, he took part in the failed Kennedy brothers uprising against the de facto government of José Félix Uriburu and in support of deposed president Hipólito Yrigoyen. After the uprising was defeated, he was forced to seek refuge in Uruguay. He returned to Argentina in 1934.In 1935, Yupanqui paid his first visit to Buenos Aires; his compositions were growing in popularity, and he was invited to perform on the radio. Shortly thereafter, he made the acquaintance of pianist Antonieta Paula Pepin Fitzpatrick, nicknamed "Nenette", who became his lifelong companion and musical collaborator under the pseudonym "Pablo Del Cerro".Because of his Communist Party affiliation (which lasted until 1952), his work suffered from censorship during Juan Perón's presidency; he was detained and incarcerated several times. He left for Europe in 1949. Édith Piaf invited him to perform in Paris on 7 July 1950. He immediately signed a contract with "Chant Du Monde", the recording company that published his first LP in Europe, "Minero Soy" (I am a Miner). This record won first prize for Best Foreign Disc at the Charles Cros Academy, which included three hundred fifty participants from all continents in its International Folklore Contest He subsequently toured extensively throughout Europe.In 1952, Yupanqui returned to Buenos Aires. He broke with the Communist Party, which made it easier for him to book radio performances. While with Nenette they constructed their house on Cerro Colorado (Córdoba).Recognition of Yupanqui's ethnographic work became widespread during the 1960s, and nueva canción artists such as Facundo Cabral, Mercedes Sosa and Jorge Cafrune recorded his compositions and made him popular among the younger musicians, who referred to him as Don Ata.Yupanqui alternated between houses in Buenos Aires and Cerro Colorado, Córdoba province. During 1963–1964, he toured Colombia, Japan, Morocco, Egypt, Israel, and Italy. In 1967, he toured Spain, and settled in Paris. He returned regularly to Argentina and appeared in Argentinísima II in 1973, but these visits became less frequent when the military dictatorship of Jorge Videla came to power in 1976.In February 1968, Yupanqui was named Knight of Ordre des Arts et des Lettres of France by the Ministry of Culture of that country, in honor of 18 years work enriching the literature of the French nation. Some of his songs are included in the programs of Institutes and Schools where Castilian Literature is taught.In 1985, the Konex Foundation from Argentina granted him the Diamond Konex Award, one of the most prestigious awards in Argentina, as the most important Popular Musician in the last decade in his country.In 1989, an important cultural center of France, the University of Nanterre, asked Yupanqui to write the lyrics of a cantata to commemorate the Bicentennial of the French Revolution. The piece, entitled "The Sacred Word" (Parole sacrée), was released before high French authorities. It was not a recollection of historical facts but rather a tribute to all the oppressed peoples that freed themselves.Yupanqui died in Nîmes, France in 1992 at the age of 84; his remains were cremated and dispersed on his beloved Colorado Hill on 8 June 1992.
  • 아타우알파 유판키(Atahualpa Yupanqui, 1908년 ~ 1992년)는 아르헨티나의 향토 예술가, 기타리스트이다. 부에노스아이레스에서 태어나 어릴 때 아르헨티나 북부의 투쿠만으로 이주했다. 처음에는 바이올린을, 다음에는 기타를 교사에게서 정식으로 배웠다. 그가 발표한 작품 〈인디오의 길〉로 명성을 획득했다. 기타의 즉흥연주 및 폴클로레가수로 활약하는 한편 〈투쿠만의 달〉, 〈우차에 흔들리며〉, 〈포라스테로의 추억〉 등의 명곡을 만들었다. 소설 《인디오의 길》 외에 시집 등을 출판하기도 했다. 그는 전통적인 민요를 그대로 계승하는 사람을 넘어, 민요의 정서를 승화시켜서 자신의 독특한 예술로 완성했고, 그의 노래 가사에는 깊은 인생관이 깃들어 있다. 참고로 그는 왼손잡이로 기타를 반대로 들었다.
  • Atahualpa Yupanqui (en quechua, el que viene de lejanas tierras para decir algo), seudónimo de Héctor Roberto Chavero Aramburu (Juan A. de la Peña, partido de Pergamino, Argentina, 31 de enero de 1908 – Nîmes, Francia, 23 de mayo de 1992) fue un cantautor, guitarrista, poeta y escritor argentino. Se le considera el más importante músico argentino folclore. Sus composiciones han sido cantadas por reconocidos intérpretes, como Juan Carlos Baglietto, Los Tucu Tucu, Los Chalchaleros, Los Fronterizos, Facundo Cabral, Mercedes Sosa, María Dolores Pradera, Alberto Cortez, Pedro Aznar, Horacio Guarany, Jorge Cafrune, Alfredo Zitarrosa, José Larralde, Víctor Jara, Ángel Parra, Liliana Herrero, Jairo, Andrés Calamaro, Divididos, Marie Laforêt, Mikel Laboa, Soledad Pastorutti, Federico Pecchia y Enrique Bunbury entre muchos otros, y siguen formando parte del repertorio de innumerables artistas, en Argentina y en distintas partes del mundo. En 1986 Francia lo condecoró como Caballero de la Orden de las Artes y las Letras.
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  • Atahualpa Yupanqui, né Héctor Roberto Chavero Aramburu, le 31 janvier 1908 dans le partido de Pergamino (région de Buenos Aires), en Argentine, et mort le 23 mai 1992 à Nîmes, en France, est un poète, chanteur et guitariste argentin.Son pseudonyme, choisi dès l'adolescence, est formé d'Atahualpa, le dernier empereur inca, exécuté par les conquistadores de Francisco Pizarro, et de Yupanqui, « le Grand Méritant », cacique suprême des indiens quechuas.↑ Don Atahualpa La voix argentine de tout un continent sur www.elcorreo.eu.org
  • アタウアルパ・ユパンキ(Atahualpa Yupanqui, 1908年1月31日 - 1992年5月23日)はアルゼンチンのフォルクローレのギタリスト、歌手、作家である。
  • Atahualpa Yupanqui (22 januari 1908 - 23 mei 1992) was een Argentijns zanger, singer-songwriter, gitarist en schrijver. Hij wordt beschouwd als een van de belangrijkste Argentijnse folkmusici van de 20ste eeuw.
  • Atahualpa Yupanqui (* 31. Januar 1908 als Héctor Roberto Chavero in Pergamino, Argentinien; † 23. Mai 1992 in Nîmes, Frankreich) war ein argentinischer Sänger, Songwriter, Gitarrist und Schriftsteller. Er wird als der wichtigste argentinische Folklore-Musiker des 20. Jahrhunderts gewertet.
  • Atahualpa Yupanqui (d. 22 Ocak 1908 - ö. 23 Mayıs 1992) Arjantinli şarkıcı, besteci, gitarist ve yazar. Los ejes de mi carreta (Yok yok yalan deme) olarak Ferdi Özbeğen tarafından söylenmiştir. Ayrıca Aliye (dizi)sinde Kıraç tarafından bu şarkı söylenmektedir. Bu şarkının müziği Atahualpa Yupanqui'ye sözleri Romildo Risso'ya aittir. İsmi İnka İmparatorluğu'nun son hükümdarı Atahualpa'dan gelmektedir.
  • Atahualpa Yupanqui, jaiotzez Hèctor Roberto Chavero (1908ko urtarrilaren 31a, Pergamino, Argentina - 1992ko maiatzaren 23a, Nimes, Frantzia) argentinar kantautore, gitarrajole, antropologo eta idazle bat izan zen.Atahualpa Yupanquiren aita amerindiar jatorriko argentinar bat zen, aldiz ama, Higinia Carmen Aran, Haran, Aranburu edo Haranburu, Euskal Herriko Gipuzkoako udalerri batean jaiotakoa omen zen.
  • 아타우알파 유판키(Atahualpa Yupanqui, 1908년 ~ 1992년)는 아르헨티나의 향토 예술가, 기타리스트이다. 부에노스아이레스에서 태어나 어릴 때 아르헨티나 북부의 투쿠만으로 이주했다. 처음에는 바이올린을, 다음에는 기타를 교사에게서 정식으로 배웠다. 그가 발표한 작품 〈인디오의 길〉로 명성을 획득했다. 기타의 즉흥연주 및 폴클로레가수로 활약하는 한편 〈투쿠만의 달〉, 〈우차에 흔들리며〉, 〈포라스테로의 추억〉 등의 명곡을 만들었다. 소설 《인디오의 길》 외에 시집 등을 출판하기도 했다. 그는 전통적인 민요를 그대로 계승하는 사람을 넘어, 민요의 정서를 승화시켜서 자신의 독특한 예술로 완성했고, 그의 노래 가사에는 깊은 인생관이 깃들어 있다. 참고로 그는 왼손잡이로 기타를 반대로 들었다.
  • Atahualpa Yupanqui, pseudônimo de Héctor Roberto Chavero (Pergamino, Buenos Aires, 31 de janeiro de 1908 — Paris, 23 de maio de 1992), foi um compositor, cantor, violonista e escritor argentino. É considerado um dos mais importantes divulgadores de música folclórica daquele país.
  • Atahualpa Yupanqui (31 January 1908 – 23 May 1992) was an Argentine singer, songwriter, guitarist, and writer. He is considered the most important Argentine folk musician of the 20th century.[citation needed]Yupanqui was born as Héctor Roberto Chavero Aranburu in Pergamino (Buenos Aires Province), in the Argentine pampas, about 200 kilometers away from Buenos Aires. His father was a Criollo descended from indigenous people, while his mother was born in the Basque country.
  • Atahualpa Yupanqui (en quechua, el que viene de lejanas tierras para decir algo), seudónimo de Héctor Roberto Chavero Aramburu (Juan A. de la Peña, partido de Pergamino, Argentina, 31 de enero de 1908 – Nîmes, Francia, 23 de mayo de 1992) fue un cantautor, guitarrista, poeta y escritor argentino. Se le considera el más importante músico argentino folclore.
  • Атауа́льпа Юпа́нки (исп. Atahualpa Yupanqui, данное при рождении имя — Héctor Roberto Chavero Aramburo; Пергамино, 31 января 1908 — Ним, 23 мая 1992) — аргентинский певец, гитарист, собиратель фольклора и писатель.Атауальпа Юпанки родился в провинции Буэнос-Айрес, в аргентинской пампе. Свой псевдоним он выбрал уже в молодости, в честь двух легендарных инкских императоров. В молодые годы много путешествовал по северу Аргентины, изучая фольклор гаучо и индейцев.
  • Atahualpa Yupanqui, pseudònim d'Hèctor Roberto Chavero (Pergamino, 1908 - Nimes, 1992) va ser un cantautor, guitarrista, antropòleg i escriptor argentí. Quan era jove va viatjar per les zones rurals del nord-oest d'Argentina i de l'altiplà andí estudiant els costums dels pobles indígenes d'Amèrica. Va recollir importants dades etnogràfiques i, indignat amb la pobresa que veia, va passar a formar part del Partit Comunista d'Argentina.
  • Atahualpa Yupanqui, pseudonimo di Héctor Roberto Chavero Aramburo (Pergamino, 31 gennaio 1908 – Nîmes, 23 maggio 1992), è stato un cantautore, chitarrista e scrittore argentino.È considerato il più importante rappresentante della musica folclorica argentina.
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