the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center,
the Arhoolie Foundation,
and the UCLA Digital Library
There are two copies of this 78. Sound has airplane sound effects at the beginning.
My name is Rodrigo León, and I'm writing this e-mail to make a question for deep research about my family. First of all, a little history about why I came to write this. My family is a dinasty of musicians, and I'm the only one in the whole family who is interested in gathering all the information about my great-grandfather, who was a well known composer in my country.
Recently, I heard about a march he composed for Colonel Charles Lindbergh, back in 1928, when (the aviator) came to México City. The thing is that today, I found out that it's registered. The march is named "Lindbergh En México", and I don't know a single thing about it, I just know that it's a march that Fausto León – my great-grandfather – composed in Lindbergh's honor.
I don't know the story of this march, nor why he wrote it and if it was for when Lindbergh arrived in México City. The only thing I know is that it exists, and that it's registered. I read your comment in YouTube about the policy of not selling any of the records, but I believe this is an outstanding exception. Please get in contact with me, so I can prove that Fausto León was my great-granfather.