Walt and El Grupo


This girl, do you remember this girl?

And this is you?


In the newspaper,

I read that Tachuela Gramajo

did the solo for the malambo.

Oh yes.

Do you remember?

Me? Of course, how am I not going to

remember? Yes, I remember everything!

Disney got very excited

during the malambo.

He kept tapping me.

Macanudo, Macanudo, Macanudo!

He liked it.

I was very fond of that guy.

This caught my attention

because he could not understand us,

and we could not understand him,

but I could tell he was very happy.

We don't have any documentation on how

Disney contacted my grandfather.

But, based on the date,

we think that it coincides with the time

he had moved to Buenos Aires

to work on the institute to teach dance.

About 70% of the dances

that are known as traditionals

in our country,

are the dances collected by Chazarreta.

They raised us dancing,

they raised us singing,

so we lived the music.

So it is impossible for me not

to feel happy when I hear a chacarera,

or not to want to dance when I hear it.

For me personally,

it motivates me because it is

the positive side of my life.

For example, my mother

fell in love while dancing a zamba

with a man from Simoca.

And they got married.

Later they traveled many roads together.

He in politics,

with the same intensity as Chazarreta.

With the same repression

that Argentina suffers

in culture and in political activism.

This is something very much mine,

stories that are mine.

One helps me to withstand the other.

To have had a grandfather who truly

became the Patriarch of Folklore,

and a father who was repressed

and disappeared

by the military dictatorship...

One makes me shine

and helps me fight for the other.

I think that

a large percentage of Argentines,

I would estimate 90%

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