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Enrique Fischer (Gualeguaychú, April 29, 1946), known as Pipo Pescador , is an Argentine singer-songwriter and theater director. It is one of the precursors of the infantile genre in Argentina. He was declared Illustrious Son of Gualeguaychú and Outstanding Personality of the Culture of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. Her book "María Caracolito", 1997, about the life of a girl with Down Syndrome, was sponsored by UNESCO.

She was born on April 29, 1946 in Gualeguaychú, Entre Ríos Province, Argentina in a German descendant family from Hamburg. His real name, Enrique Fischer, was inspired by his artistic surname, which is a literal translation of his German surname.

In 1962, at the age of 16, he moved to the city of La Plata to study scenography at the National School of Fine Arts, while making a living working in kindergartens, such as "El Globo rojo". In 1972 he made his debut in an auditorium called Río de la Plata and immediately had a great deal of work proposals and was invited to numerous television shows until he had his own television space. The following year he starred in the film Lights of my shoes directed by Luis Puenzo. For many years he combined the work in theater with his work as a writer for children. His song "El Auto de Papa" is an immovable part of the traditional Argentine and Spanish songbook. Pipo Pescador also hosted an opera cycle for children at the Colón Theater, sponsored by the Konex Foundation.

In 2007, and in the middle of the Conflict between Argentina and Uruguay for pulp mills, he wrote a song against the installation of the paper mills [1] that has sounded in all the marches carried out by the Argentine environmentalists.

In January 2010 he finalized the details of the launch of his next book, about children with autism, titled "House without windows" completing the trilogy that began with Maria Caracolito and La campana bajo el agua, Deaf children. In 2010 the entrerriano Senate, at the request of the senator of the Gualeguaychú department, Osvaldo Chesini, paid tribute to him as one of the greatest entrerrianos.

From 2012 until 2015 he presented his "Tangos outraforados" for adults in various theaters of Buenos Aires. In 2015 the Colihue Publishing House reissued several of his most famous books.

He currently resides in Germany.

Discography
  • 1972: "Pipo Fisherman sings for the boys and their family "- RCA
  • 1972:" Zapapatopato "- RCA
  • 1973:" First Argentinean festival of children's songs "- RCA 1977: "Lights of my shoes" - RCA
  • 1975: "I see you" - RCA
  • 1977: "Songs with beret" - RCA
  • 1978: "Gift" - RCA
  • 1979: "The Sea" - RCA
  • 1985: "Pipo Pescador's Golden Songs" - MUSIC HALL
  • 1997: "The crazy book show (you break the coconut)"
  • 2004: "Dad's car" - BMG ARIOLA ARGENTINA SA
  • 2009: "Cancionero pequeño" - CD edited in Spain
  • 2010: "Jumping with the Sapo Pepe" - DISTRIBUIDORA BELGRANO NORTE SRL

1968. Teatro del Cencerro. The Silver.

1969. "Cantijuego 69". Theater of the Center

1969. "Songs with Scarf". Teatro Gualeguaychú.

1971. Pipo Pescador 71. Café Concert LA FUSA.

1972. Auditorium Rio de la Plata.

1973. Theater Astral.

1974. Theater Astral.

1976. "Box of Lights". Premier Theater

1980. "Gala Function". Comedy Theater.

1986. "Discolecheteque". Mar del Plata.

1988. "Great Hits". San Isidro Auditorium.

1992. Teatro Arte.

1995. "The magic of reading". Auditorium Belgrano

1997. "Crazy Book Show".

1999. Erzähler Oper für Kinder: "Der Barber von Sevilla". Regisseur: Carlos Palacios. Teatro Colón.

2000. "Colored shell". Regisseur: Claudio Hochmann. Auditorium San Isidro.

2001. "The magic of reading". Spain

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2002. "The magic of reading" Spain

2003. "Chupete Theater". Multiteatro Theater.

2004. "Ear Pull". Auditorium San Isidro.

2010. "The Toad Pepe". Metropolitan Theater

1969. "After homework". Channel 7

1972. "After homework". Channel 13

1975. "Free Stone". Channel 9

1982-1984. "The White Kite". Spanish Television.

2003. "Goodnight". Channel 7

1975. The books of Pipo Pescador. Ateneo

1987. Attentive to the story. Ateneo

1990. Buenos Airesitos. Ed. Paulinas

1990. Tales to count in the elevator. Ed. Bonum

1992. Bedside book. BEAS

1997. Crazy book Espasa Calpe

1997. Book of brave boys. Ameghino

1997. The magic of reading. Ameghino

1997. María Caracolito. Ameghino

2010. The bell under the water. Ed. The Narrator

2010. House without windows. Ed. The Narrator

2015. Bedside book. Colihue

2009. Major poetry. Ed. Continent

2015. Poetry gathered. Ed. Colihue