The Argentine folk singer, Mercedes Sosa, was a world-class performer, whose influence went far beyond the borders of music. Nicknamed, "The Voice of the Voiceless", Sosa was a dynamic force in shaping Latin America by transmitting the strength and fire needed for cultural and personal change.
Today, Sosa's life stands as a testimony to the heroic power of one's individual voice to make a meaningful difference in human affairs. She was an artist who transformed personal suffering into art and activism for a more emphatic and compassionate world. Her life is an inspiration to us all in the stormy times we live.
Mercedes Sosa - More than a Song explores the secret behind Sosa's remarkable impact and reveals how her upbringing, political circumstances and personal tragedies formed her life and her career.
If you like courageous women and untold stories of heroism, solidarity, and compassion, then you'll love this powerful biography.
"In her voice, life becomes a song with a scent of hope as sweet and beautiful as the flower that grows in the paths of those who looks forward."
More information: mercedes-sosa.com
Title in Spanish: Mercedes Sosa - Más que una Canción
|Special anniversary edition
|This Is Published to Mark the 10th Anniversary of Mercedes Sosa's Death and Contains the Bi ed.
|6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.33(d)
Table of Contents
Denmark, October 4, 2009
Buenos Aires, October 4, 2009.
Time before Exile
Time after Exile
Illness and the Last Years
Interview Luis Plaza Ibarra - Close friend
About the Author
The Mercedes Sosa Foundation