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TuCuatro brings more musical instruments to the family!

TuCuatro releases a multi-instrument feature. Today we’re releasing a new tool to help you learn these songs that you love, using your favorite musical instrument. Now for each song at TuCuatro you will be able to select and change the instrument and see, in real-time, the song’s chords for that specific musical instrument. Learning chords …

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Is the Cavaquinho a Guitar from Brazil? Learn about this instrument

The Cavaquinho sometimes gets confused with sort of a guitar, but this could not be far from the truth. This instrument from Brazil is of considerable importance for the brazilian folk culture and folk music and it has been imported to many countries thanks to the emmigration of the brazilian community to many other countries …

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Anna Zayats plays “Cassiopeia” – a Balalaika composition

For all the Balalaika music lovers! Today we invite you to listen to this beautiful instrumental Balalaika composition called “Cassiopeia”, by the musician Anna Zayats. Enjoy this beautiful musical piece by Anna Zayats called “Cassiopeia”, played with a Balalaika, an instrument from Russia, that we also like here at TuCuatro.  Our team has put together …

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Leonardo Lozano – Venezuelan Cuatro Player

Leonardo Lozano is one of the most amazing Venezuelan Cuatro players.  He studied arts and music in Caracas, Venezuela and then started his career as a Cuatro Professional, playing in and out the country.  He’s so passionate about the instrument that he created the first academic course for learning instrumental Cuatro, and he’s one of the first people in the …

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Robert Munro playing a "Fuga con Pajarillo"

Robert Munro is a cuatro solosit from Trinidad & Tobago that has performed throughout South America, Mexico and the Caribe. He has develop his own Cuatro technique trough time and has made the parang, or “parranda”, a popular folk music from the island, get to the stages with his unique style.