(1929 – present)
Horacio Malvicino is an Argentine composer, best known for popularizing bebop in Argentina, and for his collaborations with Astor Piazzolla. Throughout his career, Malvicino explored diverse genres, including jazz, bossa nova and tango, and used different monikers, such as Don Nobody and Alain Debray, to release pop music that would not normally appeal to his own jazz fanbase.
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