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Ismael Parraguez

Ismael Parraguez

Francisco Ismael Segundo Parraguez Cabezas, or simply Ismael Parraguez (1883—8 May 1917) was a Chilean musician, Normal teacher, poet, and novelist. He was known for being the creator of the Orfeón Chileno in 1914, during the centennial of the Battle of Rancagua. Parraguez was also known by the pseudonym of Misael Guerra.Francisco Ismael Segundo was born on 26 August 1883, at Fundo Las Pataguas in Pichidegua, Colchagua Department, in central Chile. Parraguez studied at the Escuela Normal José Abelardo Núñez in Santiago. He graduated there in 1899 as a normal teacher. According to Héctor González, a Chilean writer and journalist for the El Rancagüino newspaper, Parraguez was known for "his great way to teach how to sing to his students, for the songs he wrote, spread all over the country." He published his first book, Un idilio menos, in 1903, which soon went out of stock. It was followed by Poesías infantiles some years later, in 1907. Esperanza, his last novel, was published in 1916. Wikipedia

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