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Making Sweet Music From The Stench Of A Landfill
"Gómez travels three times a week to Cateura to dig out material. He shapes the metal oven trays with an electric saw to form the body of a violin and engineers cellos from oil barrels. The necks of his string instruments are sculpted from old strips of wood, called palé." The Guardian (UK) 04/26/13
Posted April 28, 2013 08:01 AM

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