Call for musicians from Latin America: WikiCelam digital encyclopedia of Latin American music

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As a big step for music as an agent of social change, the Latin American Music Center - CELAM - created encyclopedia of Latin American music known as WikiCelam . First in theme, with WikiCelam you can create collaborative content about music and musicians from Latin America, ie users modify the content collectively and without many restrictions making of a living knowledge. The service is free and those musicians interested in making a substantial contribution, they will get an account by simply registering .

Call for musicians from Latin America: WikiCelam digital encyclopedia of Latin American music

Call for musicians from Latin America: WikiCelam digital encyclopedia of Latin American music

Theme
Music and Musicians of Latin America

About aplcan
Musicians from all disciplines
music organizations

Area that includes
Latin America Countries and Territories

Our scope of execution is Latin America with an area of ​​21,069,501 km2 and population approx. of 569 million hab .. We assume the official definition of the Royal Spanish Academy, "Latin America" ​​is the set of countries in the Americas that, specifically Spanish, Portuguese and French Romance languages ​​are spoken.

Argentina
Bolivia (Plurinational State of)
Brazil
Canada (Canadian provinces of Quebec, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick)
Chile
French overseas collectivities of Saint Pierre and Miquelon, St. Martin and St. Barthelemy
Colombia
Costa Rica
Cuba
French overseas departments of French Guiana, Martinique and Guadeloupe
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
El Salvador
US States: Louisiana (where the Cajun is spoken by 5% of the population), New Mexico, Florida, Texas, Arizona and California (where Spanish is widely spoken).
Guatemala
Haiti
Honduras
Mexico
Nicaragua
Panama
Paraguay
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela

For more go to http://wiki.celamweb.org/index.php/P%C3%A1gina_Principal

Fuente: wiki.celamweb.org
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