Liliana Zavala | Cabildo

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by Liliana Zavala

Cabildo takes us down a melodic journey through the modern folklore world - From various Argentinian and Afro-Latin rhythms to new musical influences from Swedish folk music.
Genre: World: World Beat
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1. Vida de Perros
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2. Quiero
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3. Corazón de Porcelana
4:04 $1.00
4. Mar de Lágrimas
4:45 $1.00
5. Como Pájaro
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6. Amada
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7. Noticias
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8. Quiero...un Poco Mas
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Liliana Zavala, percussionist singer/songwriter, artist and producer born and raised in Córdoba, Argentina. Today she resides in Stockholm, where she is actively working as a musician.
Since her childhood, Liliana has had a great interest in art and especially music, which eventually became her main priority. She learned to play the drums in Argentina and started touring full-time as a musician at the age of 17. During her travels around the world, she has been influenced by many different genres and traditions and has worked in various projects within Latin American folklore, including Salsa, Rock, Latin Jazz, World- and Modern music. She has absorbed skills for various kinds of percussion from the plethora of traditions and percussionists she has come in contact with.Liliana studied fine arts as her major at The University of Córdoba. This way, she could integrate her artistic and musical work, making sceno- graphy for performances and concerts. In 2001 she received the Unesco art grant to study Cuban percussion at ISA (Instituto Superior de Arte) in Havana. Today she is studying a Bachelor in Folk music/Art music from other cultures at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm. Her extensive performance and recording credits include studio recordings, theater, SVT (Swedish National Television) and live performances, as a comp musician as well as with her own projects.
Liliana has been influenced from many different parts of the world and has a genuine passion for what she does and a strong belief in the positi-
ve impact that music and art has on people, and its power to touch their hearts. This is her driving force and the main reason she has chosen to work with music.
The idea of Cabildo had been in Lilianas thoughts for a long time,
It finally came to life when she had the opportunity to work together with Marian Pellegrino.



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