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Paté de Fuá (Uncredited)

Paté de Fuá

Paté de Fuá was founded in Mexico by the well known musicians Yayo Gonzalez and Guillermo Perata. Paté de Fuá grew out of the motivation and need to make a concrete proposal which combines different musical influences, thus developing a musical posture that makes their approach rather unique. With an uncommon instrumental variety (accordion, bandoneon, cavaquinho, banjo, cornet, alto horn, guitar, vibraphone, marimba, contrabass, drums and voice), Paté de Fuá is an unconventional proposal offering extreme change because the musicians play more than one instrument.

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Paté de Fuá 9/18/10: Paté de Fuá

Paté de Fuá fuses jazz, tango, and classical music with their eclectic instrumentation of accordion, bandoneon, banjo, trumpet, cabrófono, guitar, dobro, bass, drums, and vocals. Part of Celebrate Mexico 2010.

Paté de Fuá

Paté de Fuá fuses jazz, tango, and classical music with their eclectic instrumentation of accordion, bandoneon, banjo, trumpet, cabrófono, guitar, dobro, bass, drums, and vocals. Part of Celebrate Mexico 2010.

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