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Obviously most, if not all, reliable sources for yer man will be in Spanish. The fact that there is little, or even no, stuff in English does not reduce anyone's notability, it merely highlights the lack of media coverage of art forms in other, non-English-speaking countries. The fact that there are interwiki links on the article should, of course be enough for good faith & common-sense assertion of notability, albeit not conclusive. Notwithstanding all of the above, and desperately trying to avoid an essay on the theme, am pasting Spanish-language references that some poor, well-meaning editor will have to translate in the future (anyone is welcome to add to the list and/or translate some of the content):