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KLRU Schedule | Americas Now | Episode #109

Chile - Saving a Language. A 25-year-old Chilean musician is trying to keep the culture of a tribe alive by saving its language. His name is Keyuk and his mission is to use the ancient words to unite descendants. Linguists estimate there are some 7,000 different languages still spoken in the world today. But a recent study indicates half of those languages could disappear by the end of the century. Portugal - Cavaquinho. It may look like a ukulele, but this stringed instrument is called a cavaquinho. Sometimes referred to as a "cava," it is key to composing Samba and Pagode music in Brazil. Many assume the miniature guitar also hails from Brazil but that is not the case. Correspondent Gerry Hadden travels to Lisbon, Portugal for "Americas Now" to explore the origins of the cavaquinho.

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Episode #109 / Length: 26 minutes


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