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La Alondra De La Frontera Con Orquesta Falcon

La Alondra De La Frontera Con Orquesta Falcon

Lydia Mendoza (1916 – 2007) was the first female star of Tejano music. Dubbed “La Alondra de la Frontera” (the meadowlark of the border), she made her first solo recording in 1934. In the early 1950s and again in the 1960s and ʼ70s, Mendoza recorded a number of albums for Discos Falcón in McAllen, Texas. Discos Falcón was subsequently acquired by Arhoolie Records. This recording features her in several different musical settings with the Orquesta Falcon. In 1982, Mendoza was recognized as a National Heritage Fellow by the National Endowment for the Arts for her contributions to Tejano music.

Track Listing

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Mundo Enganoso Lydia Mendoza 2:37
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Invierno En Abril Lydia Mendoza 2:51
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La Prieta Lydia Mendoza 2:14
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Nomas Lo Que Soy Lydia Mendoza 2:33
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Larga Condena Lydia Mendoza 2:51
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Que Desconsuelo Lydia Mendoza 3:23
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Amor De Marde Lydia Mendoza 2:08
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Te Dedico Esta Cancion Lydia Mendoza 2:42
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Yo Vendo Unas Ojos Negros Lydia Mendoza 2:22
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El Limpiabotas Lydia Mendoza 3:15
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Ausente Yo Me Encuentro Lydia Mendoza 1:55
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Por Una Calle Vagando Lydia Mendoza 2:51
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Nuestro Problema Lydia Mendoza 2:13
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Tres Cartas Lydia Mendoza 2:29
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Cantando Lydia Mendoza 2:48
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