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During this time, Celia became fond of the religious Yoruba music, studying the words and even creating some of her own recordings in the same style. As a teenager, Celia aunt helped to encourage Celia’s love of music, taking her to cabarets to sing, but Celia’s father had other plans. He wanted his daughter to remain in school and study to become a teacher; one of Celia’s teachers, however, further encouraged Celia’s musical talent, telling her that she could make a greatly salary as a musician than a teacher makes in a month. Prior to Celia’s career as her fans know it, Celia was singing in Havana’s radio station broadcast, which featured numerous contests. Celia won the majority of the contests, receiving cakes as prizes and offers to participate in future contests. Though she made many recordings for radio stations, Celia’s first major recordings were made in Venezuela in 1948. It was in 1950, when Celia was thirty-four, when she made the greatest breakthrough in a career. After the lead singer of the famous Cuban orchestra, the Sonora Mantancera, left the group, Celia was offered the permanent position.
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