Craft & Design Music
Made On Earth — These Kids and their Trashy Music

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“A real violin is worth more than a house” in the slums of Cateura, Paraguay, according to local music teacher Favio Chávez. With too few instruments for his students, Chávez found an ally in local luthier and recycler, Nicolás Gómez, who began cobbling together instruments from materials scavenged in the landfill surrounding the town.

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