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How Rafael Escalona defeated the devil by singing the creed backwards in the soap opera Alejo
Rafael Escalona was a famous Colombian composer and singer who was portrayed by Carlos Vives in the 1991 soap opera Alejo. In one of the episodes, Escalona faces a challenge from a mysterious man who claims to be the devil and challenges him to a duel of accordion and singing. The devil plays a tune that hypnotizes everyone in the town, except for Escalona, who resists his power.
Escalona then decides to sing the creed backwards, a trick he learned from his friend Francisco el Hombre, another legendary musician who allegedly beat the devil in a similar contest. Escalona sings: \"Amen. Spiritu Sancto et Filio et Patri in unum Deum credo. Et vitam venturi saeculi resurrectionem mortuorum et in sanctam catholicam ecclesiam apostolicam. Confiteor unum baptisma in remissionem peccatorum. Et ascendit ad caelos sedet ad dexteram Patris et iterum venturus est cum gloria iudicare vivos et mortuos cuius regni non erit finis. Et ex Patre natum ante omnia saecula Deum de Deo lumen de lumine Deum verum de Deo vero genitum non factum consubstantialem Patri per quem omnia facta sunt qui propter nos homines et propter nostram salutem descendit de caelis et incarnatus est de Spiritu Sancto ex Maria Virgine et homo factus est crucifixus etiam pro nobis sub Pontio Pilato passus et sepultus est et resurrexit tertia die secundum Scripturas. Credo in unum Deum Patrem omnipotentem factorem caeli et terrae visibilium omnium et invisibilium.\"
As he sings, the devil loses his grip on the people and starts to suffer. He tries to stop Escalona, but he is too late. Escalona finishes his song and the devil disappears in a cloud of smoke, leaving behind his accordion. Escalona then celebrates his victory with his friends and family, who praise him for his courage and faith.
Escalona was born in Patillal, a small village in the Cesar department of Colombia, on May 26, 1926. He was the son of a colonel who fought in the Thousand Days War, a civil conflict that divided the country at the beginning of the 20th century. Escalona grew up surrounded by the rural culture and traditions of his region, which influenced his musical style and themes. He learned to appreciate the vallenato genre, a folk music that originated in the Caribbean coast and features the accordion, the caja (a small drum), and the guacharaca (a wooden scraper).
Escalona moved to Valledupar, the capital of Cesar, to attend high school. There he composed his first song at the age of 15, dedicated to his favorite teacher who was transferred to another school. He soon discovered his talent and passion for writing songs that narrated stories, anecdotes, and gossips from his region and its people. He also wrote about his love affairs, his friendships, his rivalries, and his political views. He became known as a troubadour, a singer who improvised verses and challenged other singers to duels of wit and rhyme.
Escalona never played an instrument or sang professionally. He relied on other musicians to perform his songs, such as Lorenzo Morales, Emiliano Zuleta, Leandro DÃaz, and Carlos Vives. His songs became popular among the vallenato fans and were recorded by many artists. Some of his most famous songs include \\\"La casa en el aire\\\" (The house in the air), \\\"El testamento\\\" (The testament), \\\"La brasilera\\\" (The Brazilian woman), \\\"El manantial\\\" (The spring), and \\\"La vieja Sara\\\" (Old Sara). He composed more than 600 songs in his lifetime. 061ffe29dd