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Unknown Pabellón

In 1997, the record company Musicarte released the first work of Pabellón Sin Baranda, the trio whose founders became friends in the Gran Mariscal Orchestra of Ayacucho. Like many other groups of new Venezuelan music, Pabellón was born in the … Continue reading

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1984 / Ensamble Gurrufío

Ensamble Gurrufío has a truckload of energy, historically required to take the music of Venezuelan family patio gatherings onto the street and beyond. In the 1950s and ’60s, spaces dominated by tropical orchestral music had to make way for a … Continue reading

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