The first ½ hour is dedicated to the Uruguayan Alfredo Zitarrosa, on the 21st anniversary of his death. The second ½ hour consists of traditional music from Haití. The final segment consists of songs from several classic Mexican films.
The first ½ hour includes music from Uruguay and Venezuela. The second ½ hour consists of a retrospective of a seminal composer of the Mexican song tradition, Alfonso Esparza Oteo (1894-1950). The last ½ hour returns to a theme touched upon in last week’s program: Music from Mexican cinema.
The first ½ hour consists of music from Mexico. The second ½ hour is dedicated to music from Chile (unavoidably, the Parra family but also Camila Moreno, one of the young voices of Chilean music). The last ½ hour consists of music from Brazil: Two voices from Salvador da Bahia, the singer Virginia Rodrigues and the legendary composer Dorival Caymmi.
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