Canción de amor

Canción de amor
Genre Telenovela
Written by Oswaldo Dragun
Directed by Alfredo Gurrola
Starring Eduardo Capetillo
Lorena Rojas
Joaquín Cordero
Nuria Bages
Alonso Echánove
Jaime Garza
Raúl Juliá Levy
Opening theme Canción de Amor by Eduardo Capetillo
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 90
Executive producer(s) Luis de Llano Macedo
Producer(s) Marco Flavio Cruz
Location(s) Filming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
Running time 41-44 minutes
Production company(s) Televisa
Distributor Televisa
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Picture format 480i SDTV
Audio format Dolby Digital 5.1
Original release May 13 – September 13, 1996
Preceded by Morir dos veces
Followed by Tú y yo
Related shows Los cien días de Ana (1982)

Canción de amor (English title: Love song) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Luis de Llano Macedo for Televisa in 1996.[1]

On May 13, 1996, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Canción de amor weekdays at 7:00pm, replacing Morir dos veces. The last episode was broadcast on September 13, 1996 with Tú y yo replacing it the following day.

Eduardo Capetillo and Lorena Rojas starred as protagonists.


Ana is the cute star of Love Song, who falls in love with Renzo, a rock singer when she faces a wonderful future. From the moment they meet, Ana's life changes radically as she struggles to Renzo and leukemia, which has recently been diagnosed.

Ana decides to live his life intensely Renzo marrying and giving a daughter, to preserve the great love they have. Renzo is the antidote to the disease of Ana and Ana is the strength of Renzo. She supports what to fight for success.

Unfortunately, this young couple can not cope with their responsibilities and begin to have a painful separation. Ana knows that only time and maturity of the can save, but also knows she does not have much time.

Ana desperately struggling with his illness and his fate with the only weapons she has: its vitality, beauty and intelligence. The characters of Love Song face great passions and great disappointments.



  1. "Canción de amor" (in Spanish). Archived from the original on September 5, 2011. Retrieved March 19, 2016.

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