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Globalquerque 2016: Interviews With Fémina, Vân-Ánh Vô, Germán López, Herencia De Timbiquí, Paladino

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Fri. 23/9, Sat. 24/9: Interviews with artists performing in New Mexico -12th Annual Celebration of World Music and Culture-, by Cristina Baccin: Fémina (Argentina), Vân-Ánh Vô (Vietnam), Germán López (Canary Islands, Spain), Andrés Pinzón, one of the 11 members of Herencia de Timbiquí (Colombia), Baladino singer Yael Badash (Israel, Germany), and Maya Kamaty (Réunion Island).

BACCIN_Interview_Van_Anh_Vo_Vietnam_PODCAST.mp3
Interview with Vân-Ánh Vô (Vietnam), performer of the dan trash zither and other traditional Vietnamese instruments at the National Hispanic Cultural Center, by Cristina Baccin (Sept. 23, 2016). Listen what does the relationship between Western and Traditional music mean for Vân-Ánh Vô.
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Interview with Germán López (Canary Islands, Spain), performer of the "timple", a 5 string guitar of Baroque origins, popular in Canarian music, at the National Hispanic Cultural Center, by Cristina Baccin (Sept. 23, 2016). Listen with what does the simple mean in Germán López life (in Spanish).
BACCIN_Interview_HerenciaDeTimbiqui_Colombia_PODCAST.mp3
Interview with Andrés Pinzón, one of the 11 members of HERENCIA DE TIMBIQUÍ (Colombia), in the National Hispanic Cultural Center (Sept. 23, 2016, hosted by Cristina Baccin). Listen what does "HERENCIA DE TIMBIQUÍ" blend in its music: from the rooted deep South Pacific to urban Cali rhythms.
BACCIN_Interview_Maya_Kamaty_LaReunion_PODCAST.mp3
Interview with MAYA KAMATY (Réunion Island), in the National Hispanic Cultural Center (Sept. 23, 2016, hosted by Cristina Baccin). Listen why "mayola" genre became a protest music for her country.
BACCIN_BALADINO_Israel_2.mp3
Interview with BALADINO singer Yael Badash (Israel, Germany), in the National Hispanic Cultural Center (Sept. 23, 2016, hosted by Cristina Baccin). Listen why this Israel born generation musicians choose ladino language for the lyrics and their thoughts about connecting through with Mediterranean legacy.