This program presents music from the Andes, some Latin American female voices and songs from the Sephardic Jewish tradition. In the literature segment, Julio Cortazar, from Argentina, reads “Torito”, one of his best known texts.
During its first hour, this program celebrates Mexican Independence Day. The second hour presents old Spaniard “Romances” and traditional songs. The literature segment presents “El Caballo de Troya”, a story from the Salvadorian “Radio Venceremos”.
This program is all about Cuban music: “Buena Vista Social Club: 15 years later”. A homage to and retrospective of this landmark recording originally issued on September 16, 1997. The literature segment presents the second and last part of “El Caballo de Troya”, a story from the Salvadorian “Radio Venceremos”.
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