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La Musgaña is a Spanish folk music ensemble, formed by Jaime Muñoz, Carlos Beceiro, Diego Galaz and Jorge Arribas .The band incorporates various instruments such as the dulcimer, fiddle, hurdy gurdy, bagpipes, flutes, guitar and bass, and performs traditional music from the Iberian peninsula, mostly from the Spanish regions of Castile, Zamora, León, Extremadura and La Mancha. “Musgaña” means “water-rat” in Spanish.

La Musgaña was founded in 1986 by Enrique “Quique” Almendros, Jose Marti Climent and Rafa Martin. Their 1988 self-titled debut album made them win the Spanish National Folk Award for young performers and propelled them through the ranks of Spanish music. After their third album, Lubicán, original members Climont and Martin left the band, which replaced them with Cuco Pérez, on the accordion, and composer, percussionist and hurdy gurdy player Luis Delgado.


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  • furstemberg

    tremendisimos, necesito tener la ocasion de verles alguna vez en directo

    27 Mar 2011 Reply
  • junjan

    ¡Qué grandes!

    9 Aug 2009 Reply
  • dualvox

    Caminando por Zamora, de vacaciones, escuché una música maravillosa que emanaba de una tienda, y me metí urgente a preguntar quienes eran. Salí con un CD en mis manos.

    26 Feb 2009 Reply
  • gothicducks

    This is amazing.

    27 Sep 2008 Reply
  • Social_Culture

    ¡El mejor grupo de folk de toda Castilla!

    24 Sep 2008 Reply

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