Amalia Molina

Amalia Molina (Seville, 1881 - Barcelona, July 8, 1956) was a popular Spanish tonadillera and dancer. Raised in Triana, she moved at a young age to Madrid, where she debuted at the age of 17. Her career took her to Latin America and even Broadway. In Paris she premiered in the opera, Goyescas. She starred in the film, Malvaloca (1926). She was married from 1904 to Trelles del Busto.

Birth and Death Data: Born 1881 (Seville), Died July 8, 1956 (Barcelona)

Date Range of DAHR Recordings: 1912 - 1929

Roles Represented in DAHR: vocalist, composer, castanets

Notes: Record label calls her "tonadillera."

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= Recordings were issued from this master. No recordings issued from other masters.

Recordings (Results 1-25 of 49 records)

Company Matrix No. Size First Recording Date Title Primary Performer Description Role Audio
Columbia W140755 10-in. 7/7/1925 Por fin toros Russian National Orchestra Orchestra, with castanets instrumentalist, castanets  
Columbia W93901 10-in. either May or June 1925 Amalia Molina Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W93902 10-in. either May or June 1925 La tierra de la gracia Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W93903 10-in. either May or June 1925 Suspiro gitano Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W93904 10-in. either May or June 1925 Oye un cantar de mi tierra Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W93905 10-in. either May or June 1925 El mañico Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W93906 10-in. either May or June 1925 Flor de la pampa : Tango argentino Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W93907 10-in. either May or June 1925 Es jueves santo en Sevilla Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W93908 10-in. either May or June 1925 El sombrero mexicano Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W93909 10-in. either May or June 1925 Ecos de Granada : Granadinas Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W93910 10-in. either May or June 1925 Tonterías gitanes : Canto flamenco Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W93911 10-in. either May or June 1925 Sevillana y macarena Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W93912 10-in. either May or June 1925 Por peteneras Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W93913 10-in. either May or June 1925 Percheleras Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W93914 10-in. either May or June 1925 El castizo Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W93916 10-in. either May or June 1925 Fantasiosa Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W93920 10-in. either May or June 1925 Sevillanas corraleras Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W93921 10-in. either May or June 1925 De la serranía Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W93922 10-in. either May or June 1925 Bulerias gitanas Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W93923 10-in. either May or June 1925 Opio y ajenjo : Pasillo Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W95073 10-in. March or April 1926 El aceitunero sevillano : Prégon Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W95074 10-in. March or April 1926 Alfredo si tú te vas : Canción Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W95075 10-in. March or April 1926 La chiapaneca Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Columbia W95078 10-in. March or April 1926 Soy española : Pasacalle Amalia Molina Female vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist, composer  
Columbia W95079 10-in. March or April 1926 El jibarito Amalia Molina Orchestra vocalist  
(Results 1-25 of 49 records)

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Molina, Amalia," accessed May 26, 2024, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/115806.

Molina, Amalia. (2024). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved May 26, 2024, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/115806.

"Molina, Amalia." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2024. Web. 26 May 2024.

DAHR Persistent Identifier

URI: https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/115806

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