At SXSW, Paraguayan Children Make Music From Trash

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At this year’s South by Southwest music and film festival in Austin, Texas, a group of teenage musicians from a slum in Paraguay made music and touched hearts with instruments made of trash. Their story is told in a documentary film, Landfill Harmonic, which also played at the film festival and won an audience response award. VOA’s Greg Flakus has more in this report from Austin.

Originally published at – http://www.voanews.com/media/video/sxsw-paraguayan-children-make-music-trash/2693068.html

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