Digno Garcia

Digno García

Also known as D. García, D. Garcia, D.Garcia, Digno Garçia, Digno García, Digno Garcia Et Sa Harpe Indienne, Dino Garcia, F. Garcia, Garcia
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.dignogarcia.com, http://www.musicaparaguaya.org.py/dignogarcia.html

Discography of Digno Garcia:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Besame Mucho 12 Audio 1976 Music For Pleasure
2 Pays Tropical 12 Audio Musidisc
3 24 Faboulosos Successos 24 Audio Disques Festival
4 Costa-Brava 24 Audio 1984 Rainbow
5 Digno Garcia En La Costa Brava 12 Audio 1968 Belter
6 Digno Garcia En La Costa Brava 12 Audio 1968 Belter
7 Fiesta Paraguaya 15 Audio Philips
8 The Magic Sound Of 12 Audio 1973 Boot Records (2)
9 Moliendo Cafe 22 Audio Disques Carrere
10 Ses Plus Grands Succes Vol. 1 12 Audio 1977 Music For Pleasure
11 The Best Of Digno Garcia 12 Audio 1970 Palette
12 La Luna De Asuncion 2 Audio 1984 Biram
13 La Luna De Asuncion (Hemelsblauw) 2 Audio 1994 Topkapi
14 La La La / La Bamba 2 Audio 1968 Belter
15 Costa Del Sol / Ay Jalisco No Te Rajes 2 Audio 1970 Belter
16 La Felicidad / La Banda 2 Audio 1971 Belter
17 The Magic Sound Of 12 Audio 1972 Palette
18 His Harp With Voices And Guitars From Paraguay 4 Audio Palette
19 Penas En El Alma 4 Audio Orfeu
20 Verano De Amor 2 Audio 1971 Belter
21 Mallorca 2 Audio 1971 Belter
22 The Magic Sound Of 12 Audio 1973 Polydor Special
23 La Felicidad 2 Audio Ariola
24 La Playa 4 Audio 1965 Belter


Songwriter and virtuoso player of the Paraguayan-harp, born in Morascué, Luque, Paraguay on September 22, 1919.

Following lengthy tours with the Ayala Aquino ensemble and other groups, 1947 saw Digno join “Los Guaireños”, performing alongside [a=Luis Alberto Del Parana], [a=Agustín Barboza] and Humberto Barua in Mexico, Cuba and throughout Central America until 1949. In 1954, he was called upon to re-join Luis and Agustín, this time on an "Official Cultural Mission" in Europe where the [a=Trio Los Paraguayos] were soon signed to [l=Philips].

At the end of the mission, Digno remained in Belgium under the auspices of producer [a=Jacques Kluger] and continued touring and recording with [a=Juan Alfonso Ramirez], [a=Chinita Montiel] and his own [a=Digno Garcia Y Sus Carios] group, amongst many others.

Digno Garcia died in hospital in the city of Geraardsbergen, northern Belgium, February 4, 1984 due to heart problems. In his lifetime he had outputted some 50 albums (including many own compositions), visited 47 countries, and counted royalty and Salvador Dalí amongst his fans. His 1944 composition "Cascada" (Waterfall) has become a standard of the Paraguayan repertoire.


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