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April 11   -   ArtsJournal: music

Louis Sarno, Who Spent 30 Years Preserving Music Of The Pygmies, Dead At 62

"Even as he evolved into their doctor, interpreter, educator and chief negotiator with outside buyers and suppliers, he often found himself in a paradoxical position: A Westerner committed to safeguarding the ancestral cultural traditions of a clan that was growing accustomed to - and even preferred - modern comforts."

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