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- n. Plural form of guiro.
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"SHAKE, RATTLE AND DRUM ROLL," make your own musical instrument and play the resulting cow bells, guiros, maracas, finger cymbals and seed rattles in an impromptu parade. 11 a. m.-4 p.m.,
At a recent Maracuyeah DJ night at a bar in Washington's historic U Street neighborhood, DJs Rat and Mafe spun around the dance floor, guiros in hand, percussively firing up the group while the egregious 1990 film
More than a dozen Iowans performed for families from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Des Moines musician R.J. Hernandez brought kids onstage to play all kinds of Mexican rhythms on native instruments like guiros and maracas.
One hesitates at the thought of pumping further caffeine into the timbale-pummelling Puente or his cohorts on congas, guiros, bongos, and assorted other percussion.