Peruvian singer and songwriter most widely known on her behalf Criolla waltzes and Afro-Peruvian rhythms. Her most widely used single continues to be “La flor de la canela,” or “The Cinnamon Blossom.” She started singing inside a choir at age group twelve. Her distinctively deep tone of voice was the consequence of a medical procedures, for she was an all natural soprano. She was created and raised inside a copper mining villiage in Peru. She published a song focused on the composer Violeta Parra.