Emma Junaro

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Emma Junaro
Origin Bolivia
Genres Latin American / Andean music

Emma Junaro (born 1 November 1953 in Oruro, Bolivia) is a Bolivian musician.

Junaro's style incorporates Brazilian popular music, European folk styles and Andean music. She has worked with the record producer Fernando Cabrero on recording the poems of Matilde Casazola, a poet. Junaro's instrumentation is always acoustic, and has included zampona, charango, quena, piano and guitar.

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