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Barrionuevo presents “Mañanera”, a preview of the album prepared by Diego Dibós and Óscar Cavero in homage to Chabuca Granda

Barrionuevo presents “Mañanera”, a preview of the album prepared by Diego Dibós and Óscar Cavero in homage to Chabuca Granda

Barrionuevo presents “Mañanera”, a preview of the album prepared by Diego Dibós and Óscar Cavero in homage to Chabuca Granda

Barrionuevoa project headed by the artists Diego Dibós and Óscar Cavero, presented “Mañanera”, the first song of the second album they are producing and whose lyrics belong to one of the most emblematic artists of Peruvian music: big chabuca.

This musical project that seeks to revalue and refresh the music of the renowned Peruvian interpreter, is putting eight writings inspired by Chabuca to music, which were delivered by the daughter of the remembered artist, Teresa Fuller.

The song “Mañanera” is the first single from this new record production that can now be heard on all Barrionuevo platforms, such as Spotify and YouTube.

“Working on this record is wonderful. Oscar Cavero has become my soul mate composing and producing. I learn a lot from him because he has enormous experience in Creole music, in all genres actually, but he is very fluent in Creole music. It is a luxury to add melody to these beautiful manuscripts by Chabuca Granda, which finally see the light of day as a song”, Diego Dibós told through a statement.

“Teresa Fuller gave us several writings to choose from and we chose eight for this album, Chabuca had a wonderful, gigantic ability to write, he actually wrote everything. She is the most important creator in this new album that we will release in a few months. Being a co-author with Chauca Granda and Oscar Cavero is really amazing”Diego added.

On May 14, during the commemoration of Mother’s Day, the official video clip of “Mañanera” will premiere, a Creole waltz that combines the great musical talent of Dibós and Cavero, added to the exceptional inspiration of the Creole icon, María Isabel. Granda and Larco, Chabuca’s real name.

As is recalled, since its launch in 2018, with the first album and the play ‘Barrionuevo: Nuestra música vive’, the cultural project seeks to revalue and refresh the music of the Peruvian coast, creating a new style, but without losing its essence. that characterizes Creole music.

Source: Elcomercio

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