Marcos Mundstock

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Marcos Mundstock (born May 25, 1942) is a musician, writer, comedian and former broadcaster and copywriter.

Born in Santa Fe, Argentina, he is best known as a founding member of Les Luthiers,[1] their emcee, and writing many of their libretti and lyrics. He also invented one of their most famous instruments, the gom-horn (a trumpet parody) and occasionally played keyboards and percussion for their numbers. Mostly, his role is that of the 'non-musician' member, in spite of having sang for their (mostly operatic) pieces with some frequency.

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