The first ½ hour is mainly dedicated to the great Arsenio Rodríguez, from Cuba. The second ½ hour consists of music dedicated to a great Latin American city, Buenos Aires. The last ½ hour includes music from Peru, “Marineras limeñas”. The last 6 minutes of the program contain the reading of a small chronicle (“las tortas de Armando”) written by the Mexican Artemio de Valle Arizpe.
The first ½ hour includes music by the Peruvian composer and interpreter Chabuca Granda and the great Argentine tango composer Enrique Santos Discépolo. The second ½ hour consists exclusively of Brazilian music. The last ½ hour includes some examples of Mexican music and it mainly consists of an interview with Claudia Fuentes about the Census 2010.
The first ½ hour is a small retrospective of the Cuban composer Sindo Garay. The second ½ hour includes music from Ecuador y Colombia. The last ½ hour consists of music from Mexico and the final 10 minutes contain the reading of “La ley de Herodes”, a short story by the Mexican writer Jorge Ibargüengoitia.
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