Osvaldo Fattoruso

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Osvaldo Fattoruso (1948-2012) was a Uruguayan musician.

He introduced rock in Latin America and created a fusion between jazz, rock and African rhythms.[1]

He died on 29 July 2012, and is buried at the Cementerio del Norte, Montevideo.[2]

He was the brother of Hugo Fattoruso.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Obituary of Osvaldo Fattoruso". El Espectador. 29 July 2012. (Spanish)
  2. ^ "Music loses an innovator". EL PAIS. 2012-07-30.  (Spanish)

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