Episode: Chilean Rebels, Costa Rican Romance And Young Grasshoppers


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Chilean Rebels, Costa Rican Romance And Young Grasshoppers
On this week's show, we are really nerding out. We are going in deep.  In addition to listening to great music from across the Spanish-speaking world, we discuss the following: the 40th anniversary of the ; the legend of the passiflora flower and its particular difficulties in being pollinated; the unique percussive elements in Son Jarocho, the music of Veracruz, Mexico; and other musical styles in which the dancer is a musical instrument.

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