The story of one of the most performed songs in the world
“Besame Mucho” is one of the most beautiful erotic ballads ever written. The story of one of the most sung songs in the world, sung by great artists, including Plácido Domingo, Frank Sinatra, Julio Iglesias, Andrea Bocelli, Cesar Évora, The Beatles. It is no coincidence that in 1999 it was recognized as the most sung song in the world and the first in discography in Mexico. Created by Mexican composer Consuelo Velázquez in 1940. It is impressive that he wrote it when he was only 15 years old … in love. Absolutely inexperienced in love, a little girl who, as she had admitted, had not even tasted a kiss. He had heard that it was a sin. However, instinct, along with her imagination, created one of the most famous songs in the world. That’s probably why her verses contain an agony about what will happen: “I kiss more because I’m afraid I won’t be missed” Velázquez was inspired by this song from the piano track “Quejas, o la Maja y el ruisepor “of 1911, from a suite of Spanish composer Enrique Granados that five years later included him as” Aria of the Nightingale “in the opera of the same name. Besame Mucho is known in English as “Kiss Me Much”, “Kiss Me Again”, “Kiss Me Again and Again”. It has been translated into more than 20 languages, some examples … “Embrasse-moi fort”, “Stale Ma Bozkavaj”, “Suutele minua”, “Mara beboos”. The first to record the song was Emilio Tourero, who has since been performed by many great artists from around the world.
/Ngjarje Nga Historia Botërore/