Button Accordion And Banoneon Music From Northern Uruguay by Smithsonian Folkways at Your Free Album. MPN: SF40561. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Accordions & guitars have enlivened the social life of cattle-herding gaucho families of northern Uruguay since the mid 1800s. On Los Gauchos de Roldán, regional icon Walter Roldán pumps out time-honored polcas & chotis, Brazilian-tinged maxixas & more on his button accordion as Chichí Vidiella adds lush color of the bandoneón. Bernardo Sanguinetti's guitar & Richardo Cunha's percussive, deep-pitched guitarrón immerse the melodies in a nest of rhythms & harmonies, while formerly-exiled sing
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