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Oscar Hernandez

Founder from the Spanish Harlem Orchestra, in addition to getting its music movie director and pianist. He gained a 2005 Grammy for Greatest Salsa Record. His brother held a piano within the basement of the house building and regional musicians would keep jam periods around it. He discovered very much from those music artists, plus they would offer him along with his just formal schooling. He wrote industrial jingles for Dunkin’ Donuts, General Motors, and CoverGirl and in addition performed piano for the theme to “Sex and the town,” HBO’s well-known series. His family members came to america within the 1940s from Puerto Rico and resided within the South Bronx, a ghetto where many Latinos resided at that time. He organized and created the music for the Broadway musical predicated on gang member Salvador Agron’s lifestyle, “The Capeman,” on the demand of Paul Simon.

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