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DAVID MILLÁN performs the song "BAILECITO DEL RECUERDO" for BalconyTV.
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PRESENTED BY SHULI DUARTE

David Millán, aunque nacido en Salta es jujeño por adopción; cuando solo tenía unos pocos meses de vida su familia se instaló en la ciudad de La Quiaca, en la puna de Jujuy, frontera con Bolivia.
Aromas a pan casero sacado del horno de barro, la vivencia del hombre en la belleza del paisaje puneño junto al canto de los sikus, charangos y quenas, forjaron en su alma la sensibilidad y el amor por la música hecha mensaje.

A los 18 años, tuvo la posibilidad de migrar para poder estudiar en Mendoza una carrera fuera del ámbito artístico, pero quizás fue la nostalgia, la distancia, la melancolía de “estar lejos” de La Quiaca, que hicieron sonar los primeros acordes en charango, quena y guitarra para sentir que siempre está volviendo a Jujuy.

En sus canciones e interpretaciones intenta mostrar la música, la cultura hecha vida de aquel lugar donde creció y por el que aún conserva el cariño de su gente y la impronta del paisaje andino.

David Millán, although born in the Salta Province in Argentina, is “jujeño” by adoption; when he was only a few months old his family settled in the city of La Quiaca, in the “puna” of Jujuy Province, on the Bolivian border.

Aromas of homemade bread from the clay oven, the experience of men in the beauty of “puneño” landscape along with the melodies of sikus (Andean panpipes), charangos (small Andean guitars) and quenas (Andean flutes), forged in his soul the sensibility and love of musical expression.
At 18, David had the opportunity to move to Mendoza Province, to study a career outside of the art world. May be due to homesickness, or perhaps the distance, or the melancholy of being far away from La Quiaca, it was here that he played his first chords on the charango, the quena and the guitar so that, through music, he could always return to Jujuy.

In his songs and performances, he tries to show the music, the culture, the life of the place where he grew up, and express the warmth of his people and an impression of the Andean landscape.

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CREDITS / SPONSORS
Producer: Shuli Duarte & Nahuel-Co
Presenter: Shuli Duarte
Sound & Mixing: Nahuel-Co
Camera: Belén Ferrando
Location: Municipalidad de la Ciudad de Mendoza

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