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Obed Cintron. He is the creator of the Boricua Musical Corner and responsible for the web page design. Obed was born in Mayagüez and resides in New York, USA. He works for the City of New York, as a Procurement Officer.  Obed

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Luciano Luciano Quiñonez. He is responsible for all the songs and midis on the danza page and some of the songs on the boleros page. He resides Mayagüez.  His love for music comes, as that of some famous danza composers of the XIX century, from the early influence in his own home. He has two web sites, one dedicated to the Puerto Rican Danza (ladanza.com) and one dedicated soft music (Piano-Bar.com) These sites are recommended sites for anyone looking for Puerto Rican and Latin American music on the WWW.

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Rene Ramos. He resides in Mariland, United States and sequences Midis as part of his musical interests. This interest runs for several generations in his family and is also shared by his brothers. Rene is grandson of Federico Ramos, brother or Heraclio Ramos, both Puerto  Rican composers from the XIX century. He is also the nephew of Ernesto Ramos Antonini. Rene's music web site, La Pagina Musical de la Familia Ramos is full of goodies worth checking. Rene

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We thank Ricardo Serrano, Alan Beaudoin and all the team that has worked hard to bring to the internet 

The best peruvian music site in the internet

  Their obvious feelings towards their country of origin and its music and the way they have chosen to show it is an example to  be heed to by all those that love Puerto Rico and its music. It is important to note that because of the quality of its design and the way it is suited for the educational and cultural tasks involved in portraying national music we have chosen the Peruvian Musical Corner as the model to follow in developing the Boricua Musical Corner. We thank them and invite our visitors to pay a visit to Musicaperuana.com  and enjoy a piece of Peru in the internet.

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