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Pasito Duranguense [Chicago sound]locked

  • Helena Simonett


Mexican-American musical style. The pasito duranguense (little Durango step) or “Chicago sound” emerged in the early 21st century in the Mexican communities of greater Chicago. A number of groups, made up of mostly young Mexican immigrants, recreated traditional Mexican brass-band sound with synthesizers and drums to interpret Mexican ...

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