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  3. Merceditas Valdés (1928-1996) was a Cuban singer.

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  5. Vicente Valdés Valdés (Havana, Cuba, 10 January 1921 - New York, USA, 26 June 1995) was a popular Bolero, Guaracha singer from Cuba.

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  6. Celio Gonzalez Adam Ascencio (* Camajuaní, Cuba), January 29, 1924 - † Mexico City, October 17, 2004). Hot Cuban singer, known in the musical as…

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  8. Xiomara Alfaro (May 11, 1930 Havana) is a Cuban coloratura soprano.

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  12. Ignacio de Loyola Rodríguez Scull, known as Arsenio Rodríguez* (August 30, 1911 - December 31, 1971) was a Cuban musician who developed the son…

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