Table of contents for Azâucar! : the biography of Celia Cruz / Eduardo Marceles ; translated by Dolores M. Koch.

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Table of Contents
Farewell to the Great Queen
Simon Cruz, Catalina Cruz an the Early Years
Her Early Career
New York, July 21, 2003
Santeria and Afro-Cuban Music
New York, Sunday, July 20, 2003
Celia First Taste of Success
New York, Friday, July 18th 2003
A Historical View of The Sonora Mantacera
Celia Cruz and the Sonora Mantancera
To Mexico and Beyond
Miami, Jul 18th, 2003
The Loves of Her Life
Celia and Pedro: A Love Story
New York, Tuesday, July 22, 2003
Por si acaso no regreso/ "In Case I Don't Return"
The Undisputed Dymbol of Afro-Cubanism
The Blossoming Queen and her Court
Celia and Tito: The Birth of Salsa
Latin Music Before Salsa
The Birth of the Fania All-Stars
La Lupe
Willie Colon, Ray Barretto, and Papo Lucca
More Musical Friends
New York, Wednesday, July 23, 2003
Singing Is My Life
The Eighties, the Nineties and the NEw Millenium
Her Commerical Success
All Abouts Duets and Boleros
The Majesty of the BOlero
In Film and Television
New York, Thursday, July 24, 2003
The WOrld Mourns for Celia
Un Regalo del Alma ("A Gift from Her SOul")
Celia Cruz, from Legend to Myth
Good bye, Celia
Glossary
Discography
Bibliography
Index
Acknowledgements

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Cruz, Celia.
Singers -- Latin America -- Biography.