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Mauricio Dawid

Dawid is a graduate of the Instituto Superior de Música Popular and the now- legendary jazz program of the Conservatorio Superior “Manuel de Falla”, a 100% free state funded school directed by pianist Ernesto Jodos that has revolutionized the way jazz had been taught in Buenos Aires. He also studied double bass with Hernán Merlo, Javier Dragún (Soloist of the Orquesta Filarmónica de Buenos Aires) and Jerónimo Carmona, and electric bass with Carlos Madariaga and Gustavo Giles. Internationally he has taken classes with North American double bass players John Hèbert, Mark Helias, Scott Colley, Linda Oh, Harish Raghavan and Ben Street

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NendoDango Records: Reinventing Tradition

Read "NendoDango Records: Reinventing Tradition" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

Argentinian jazz is in a very good state. Young musicians are gathering in collectives, trying to spread the word. They primarily use platforms such as bandcamp to release their music digitally, although physical formats are also occasionally available. Kuai Music is one of the major new players on the field, but new labels arrive all the ...

Sonora

Label: Kuai Music
Released: 2013
Track listing: Espejos de Sonora; Ladron de Patos; Enero; Colina Arriba; Lado 1; Peace; Hip Chong; Lado 2; Cisne


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