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Septeto Nacional at the Brava Theater

Read "Septeto Nacional at the Brava Theater" reviewed by Harry S. Pariser

Septeto Nacional Brava Theater San Francisco, CA January 17, 2016 In 1927, Ignacio Pineiro formed a group to play Cuba's traditional son music, a genre germinated in the black communities of rural Cuba. Pineiro added a cornet player to add zest and appeal, and the band, the Septeto Nacional, really took ...

Baila! Gitano Baila!

Label: Tzadik
Released: 2004
Track listing: Wolfie's Corner, Paseo Del Prado, Hadida, Baila! Gitano Baila!, Piruli, Para Peru, Marranos Y Coverseros, Dice El Sabio Solomon, Soshua La Bella, Turkish-Bulgarish

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Septeto Rodriguez: Baila! Gitano Baila!

Read "Baila! Gitano Baila!" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

It's a stroke of genius, this incorporation of Cuban and Jewish music. Drummer Roberto Juan Rodriguez left Cuba at age nine and settled with his family in Miami, where he encountered exiles of diaspora, Jewish survivors dancing into their senior years to the sounds of the cha cha and mambo. A move to New York to ...


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