Ramón ArcusaBorn: December 10th, 1936, Barcelona (Spain)
In 1968, Arcusa and De la Calva together penned Spain’s first Eurovision winner, ‘La, la, la’, which was sung by Massiel. Four years later, in 1972, Arcusa wrote the lyrics to Augusto Algueró’s composition ‘Amanece’, with which Jaime Morey represented Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest in Edinburgh. In 1978, Arcusa and De la Calva teamed up once again and wrote ‘Bailemos un vals’ for José Vélez. This merry Spanish entry was arranged and conducted by Arcusa himself.
In due course, a more extensive biography of Ramón Arcusa will be published on this website