“La Corte Suprema del Arte”, el mejor“talent shows”de Hispanoamérica.

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“La Corte Suprema del Arte”, el mejor“talent shows”de Hispanoamérica. Cuba tuvo el más importante show de este tipo, nacido en el año 1937 y liderado por tres iluminados comunicadores y hombres de negocios, Ángel Cambó, Miguel Gabriel (ambos gerentes del programa) y José Antonio Alonso como maestro de ceremonias. Diariamente por espacio de 6 años entraron y salieron concursantes de todas las edades, incluyendo niños, cantando géneros tales como zarzuelas españolas y canciones cubanas, pero sobre todo temiendo el sonido de la “campana”, señal de que el candidato no había ganado las simpatías del público, máximo jurado en este caso. Pasados los años, el programa en cuestión, llamado “La… More
Cuba had the most important show of this kind, born in 1937 and led by three enlightened communicators and businessmen, Angel Camb ó, Miguel Gabriel (both program managers) and Jose Antonio Alonso as master of ceremonies. Daily contestants of all ages, including children, singing genres such as Spanish zarzuelas and Cuban songs, but mostly fearing the sound of the ′′ bell “, sign that the candidate was not there won the sympathies of the public, maximum jury in this case. Over the years, the program in question, called ′′ The Supreme Court of Art ′′ would extend, moving from the original CMQ station to others, sponsored by different trademarks until in 1956 it makes the ultimate jump to channel 6 of television,-by the way, let us remember that Cuba was one of the first countries on the American continent to have this technology. Half of the most famous stars we enjoyed throughout the 40 s, 50 s, 60 s and to a lesser extent in the 70th century came from this talent show; mention Rosita Fornés , Olga Chorens, Rita Montaner, Elena Burke, Xiomara Fern ánndez, Moraima Secada, Tito Gomez and a long etcetera of big names. The show stayed in effect until 1960. Germ ánn Pinelli was one of the broadcasters. The selection of winners from any of the stages was made according to the applause of the public.
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