Belen Escobedo | Panfilo’s Güera

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Panfilo’s Güera

by Belen Escobedo

Belen Escobedo plays rare and beautiful fiddle tunes in the South Texas Tejano (Texas-Mexican) tradition.
Genre: Latin: Tejano
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1. Flor de Capomo
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2. Te Vas Angel Mio
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3. Monterrey
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4. Cachito de Luna
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5. Rasca Petate
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6. Cachita
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7. O Gran Dios
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8. Capullito de Alelí
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9. La Faceta
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10. Cuando Salgo a los Campos
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11. Las Perlitas
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12. Tampico Hermoso
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13. Barn Dance Shotis
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14. Dos Muchachas en la Tienda
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15. Arboles de la Barranca
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16. Viva Seguin
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17. El Garabato
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Belen Escobedo plays rare and beautiful fiddle tunes in the South Texas Tejano (Texas-Mexican) tradition. Growing up on the south side of San Antonio and working as a professional fiddler since she was a teenager, Escobedo has preserved a unique style of fiddling that has all but disappeared from the Texas borderlands. She has a vast and unique repertoire, including tunes she learned from her grandfather’s whistling. Escobedo performs at festivals, concerts, dances, and other events as the leader of two groups: Belen y Tocayo and Panfilo’s Güera. Both groups feature Escobedo on fiddle accompanied by bajo sexto (12 string bass) and tololoche (a borderlands upright bass). Belen Escobedo has twice been a featured fiddler at the Festival of Texas Fiddling, and in 2017 she was awarded the prestigious Texas Master Fiddler Award.

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