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    Los Hermanos Lovo: Top (L to R): Alfredo Fuentes, Jonathan Lovo, Hozmín Lovo, Edgar Lovo. Bottom (L to R): Eliseo Lovo, Trinidad Love, Santos Núñez

    Los Hermanos Lovo: Top (L to R): Alfredo Fuentes, Jonathan Lovo, Hozmín Lovo, Edgar Lovo. Bottom (L to R): Eliseo Lovo, Trinidad Love, Santos Núñez

  • Smithsonian Folkways Magazine: Fall 2011 - Dispatches from Latin America

    The Fall 2011 edition of Smithsonian Folkways Magazine explores contemporary expressions of traditional music from Latin America:

    Cover Story: What Makes a Good Smithsonian Folkways Recording? The Sound and Story of the Salvadoran Chanchona

    Artist Spotlight: Los Gauchos de Roldán: Button Accordion and Bandoneón Music from Northern Uruguay

    From the Field: The long, winding, and confusingly numbered road to La India Canela’s house

    Tools for Teaching: Ritmo Embolada: An Introduction to Brazilian Rhythm

    Video Spotlight: Colombian group Cimarrón pushes the frontiers of traditional música llanera

    Smithsonian Folkways Magazine is the free, quarterly, online multimedia publication of Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. To receive each edition via email, subscribe to our email newsletter on the left-side of the page or click here.

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