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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MEXICO-MUSIC
RTS3DWI6
June 17, 2020
Musicians play the marimba on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as they serenade...
Mexico City, Mexico
Musicians play the marimba on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as they serenade...
Musicians play the marimba on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as they serenade homes for tips in Mexico City, Mexico June 13, 2020. Picture taken June 13, 2020.REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MEXICO-MUSIC
RTS3DWI9
June 17, 2020
A musician ask for a tip while playing the marimba on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn...
Mexico City, Mexico
Musicians play the marimba on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as they serenade...
A musician ask for a tip while playing the marimba on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as they serenade homes in Mexico City, Mexico June 13, 2020. Picture taken June 13, 2020.REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MEXICO-MUSIC
RTS3DWI7
June 17, 2020
Musicians push the marimba to play on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as...
Mexico City, Mexico
Musicians push the marimba to play on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as...
Musicians push the marimba to play on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as they serenade homes for tips in Mexico City, Mexico June 13, 2020. Picture taken June 13, 2020.REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MEXICO-MUSIC
RTS3DWI4
June 17, 2020
Musicians play the marimba on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as they serenade...
Mexico City, Mexico
Musicians play the marimba on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as they serenade...
Musicians play the marimba on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as they serenade homes for tips in Mexico City, Mexico June 13, 2020. Picture taken June 13, 2020.REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MEXICO-MUSIC
RTS3DWI1
June 17, 2020
Musicians play the marimba on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as they serenade...
Mexico City, Mexico
Musicians play the marimba on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as they serenade...
Musicians play the marimba on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as they serenade homes for tips in Mexico City, Mexico June 13, 2020. Picture taken June 13, 2020.REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MEXICO-MUSIC
RTS3DWHZ
June 17, 2020
Musicians play the marimba on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as they serenade...
Mexico City, Mexico
Musicians play the marimba on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as they serenade...
Musicians play the marimba on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as they serenade homes for tips in Mexico City, Mexico June 13, 2020. Picture taken June 13, 2020.REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MEXICO-MUSIC
RTS3DWHY
June 17, 2020
Musicians play the marimba on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as they serenade...
Mexico City, Mexico
Musicians play the marimba on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as they serenade...
Musicians play the marimba on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as they serenade homes for tips in Mexico City, Mexico June 13, 2020. Picture taken June 13, 2020.REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MEXICO-MUSIC
RTS3DWHX
June 17, 2020
Musicians carry the marimba to play on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as...
Mexico City, Mexico
Musicians carry the marimba to play on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as...
Musicians carry the marimba to play on the streets in a residential neighbourhood to earn a living as they serenade homes for tips in Mexico City, Mexico June 13, 2020. Picture taken June 13, 2020.REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
GUATEMALA-DAYOFTHEDEAD/
RTS1I3KB
November 02, 2017
Musicians play a marimba before the annual horse race for drunk riders commemorating the Day of the Dead...
Todos Santos Cuchumatan, Guatemala
Musicians play a marimba before the annual horse race commemorating the Day of the Dead on All Saints...
Musicians play a marimba before the annual horse race for drunk riders commemorating the Day of the Dead on All Saints Day at the village of Todos Los Santos Cuchumatan, Guatemala, November 1, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
EL SALVADOR-DAILYLIFE/
RTX1ZNY7
December 21, 2015
A man plays a marimba during a traditional ceremony to celebrate as the title of mayor of the local indigenous...
Izalco, El Salvador
A man plays a marimba during a traditional ceremony to celebrate as the title of mayor of the local indigenous...
A man plays a marimba during a traditional ceremony to celebrate as the title of mayor of the local indigenous community is granted official recognition in Izalco, El Salvador December 21, 2015. The Salvadoran Institute for Municipal Development (ISDEM) recognized the local indigenous government in Izalco as an ancentral authority, making it the first indigenous government in the country. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
GUATEMALA/
RTX13B3B
September 07, 2013
Musicians take a rest next to a marimba after the handing over of the skeletal remains of Martina Rojas,...
Guatemala, Guatemala
Musicians take rest next to marimba after handing over of skeletal remains of Martina Rojas, who disappeared...
Musicians take a rest next to a marimba after the handing over of the skeletal remains of Martina Rojas, who disappeared on March 13, 1982, during the internal armed conflict in the village of Rio Negro, Baja Verapaz, in the house of her son Mario Chen, in Rabinal, in the Baja Verapaz region, 209 km, (130 miles), of Guatemala City, September 6, 2013. The skeleton of Martina Rojas was found during an archaeological investigation at CREOMPAZ, the regional command headquarters of the Guatemalan Army in Coban. During the years of the internal armed conflict from 1960 to 1996, the army forcibly took people away and they later disappeared inside the army camp. Archaeological work began on the site in 2012 and 534 skeletons were found up now, according to the FAFG. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
GUATEMALA/
RTX13B34
September 07, 2013
Musicians play a marimba after the handing over of the skeletal remains of Martina Rojas, who disappeared...
Guatemala, Guatemala
Musicians play marimba after handing over of skeletal remains of Martina Rojas, who disappeared during...
Musicians play a marimba after the handing over of the skeletal remains of Martina Rojas, who disappeared on March 13, 1982, during the internal armed conflict in the village of Rio Negro, Baja Verapaz, in the house of her son Mario Chen, in Rabinal, in the Baja Verapaz region, 209 km, (130 miles), of Guatemala City, September 6, 2013. The skeleton of Martina Rojas was found during an archaeological investigation at CREOMPAZ, the regional command headquarters of the Guatemalan Army in Coban. During the years of the internal armed conflict from 1960 to 1996, the army forcibly took people away and they later disappeared inside the army camp. Archaeological work began on the site in 2012 and 534 skeletons were found up now, according to the FAFG. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY CONFLICT CIVIL UNREST)
GUATEMALA/
RTR370WO
August 22, 2012
People play marimba, a musical instrument, outside of the Mario Camposeco Stadium after the CONCACAF...
Xelaju, Guatemala
People play marimba, a musical instrument, outside of the Mario Camposeco Stadium in Xelaju
People play marimba, a musical instrument, outside of the Mario Camposeco Stadium after the CONCACAF Champions League soccer match between Xelaju of Guatemala and Chivas of Mexico in Xelaju, 200 km (124 miles) from Guatemala City, August 21, 2012. Xelaju won the match 1-0. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
GUATEMALA/
RTR2AB87
February 15, 2010
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (C) plays the marimba during a visit to Guatemala City February...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov plays the marimba during a visit to Guatemala City
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (C) plays the marimba during a visit to Guatemala City February 15, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA - Tags: POLITICS)
GUATEMALA/
RTR2AB80
February 15, 2010
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (C) plays the marimba during a visit to Guatemala City February...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov plays the marimba during a visit to Guatemala City
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (C) plays the marimba during a visit to Guatemala City February 15, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA - Tags: POLITICS)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR20YOK
August 12, 2008
Visiting East Timor President Jose Ramos-Horta (L) watches a student play a marimba during his visit...
Manila, Philippines
Visiting East Timor President Ramos-Horta watches a student play marimba during his visit to a university...
Visiting East Timor President Jose Ramos-Horta (L) watches a student play a marimba during his visit to a university in Manila August 12, 2008. Ramos-Horta arrived in Manila on Sunday for a five-day official visit to sign agreements with the Philippine government on foreign service training, fisheries and education. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES)
UNITED STATES
RTR1I8NA
October 12, 2006
Dancers celebrate the 11th commemoration of the Maafa in New York September 24, 2005. Maafa is a Kiswahili...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dancers celebrate Maafa in New York
Dancers celebrate the 11th commemoration of the Maafa in New York September 24, 2005. Maafa is a Kiswahili word used to describe real calamity, catastrophe, tragedy or disaster. Dr. Marimba Ani introduced it into contemporary African-American scholarship as a preferred reference to the period in world history, identified as the Middle Passage or Trans-Atlantic slave trade. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
GUATEMALA
RTR1GQ1S
August 27, 2006
A young Mayan girl accompanies her mother on stage as she plays the Marimba, an instrument native to...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
A young Mayan girl accompanies her mother as she plays the Marimba during a concert in Guatemala City...
A young Mayan girl accompanies her mother on stage as she plays the Marimba, an instrument native to Guatemala, during a concert in Guatemala City August 26, 2006. REUTERS/Carlos Duarte (GUATEMALA)
GUATEMALA
RTR1GQ1P
August 27, 2006
Musicians play the Marimba, an instrument native to Guatemala, during a concert in Guatemala City August...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Musicians play the Marimba during a concert in Guatemala City
Musicians play the Marimba, an instrument native to Guatemala, during a concert in Guatemala City August 26, 2006. REUTERS/Carlos Duarte (GUATEMALA)
GUATEMALA
RTR1GQ1M
August 27, 2006
Mayan women play the Marimba, an instrument native to Guatemala, during a concert in Guatemala City August...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Mayan women play the Marimba during a concert in Guatemala City
Mayan women play the Marimba, an instrument native to Guatemala, during a concert in Guatemala City August 26, 2006. The sign reads, "Women's concert Marimba". REUTERS/Carlos Duarte (GUATEMALA)
GUATEMALA
RTR1GQ1K
August 27, 2006
A Mayan woman plays the Marimba, an instrument native to Guatemala, during a concert in Guatemala City...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
A Mayan woman plays the Marimba during a concert in Guatemala City
A Mayan woman plays the Marimba, an instrument native to Guatemala, during a concert in Guatemala City August 26, 2006. REUTERS/Carlos Duarte (GUATEMALA)
USA
RTRP90U
September 24, 2005
Women celebrate the 11th commemoration of Maafa on the beaches of the Atlantic Ocean in New York September...
New York, UNITED STATES
Women celebrate Maafa in New York on beaches of Atlantic Ocean
Women celebrate the 11th commemoration of Maafa on the beaches of the Atlantic Ocean in New York September 24, 2005. Maafa is a Kiswahili word used to describe real calamity, catastrophe, tragedy or disaster. Dr. Marimba Ani introduced it into contemporary African-American scholarship as a preferred reference to the period in world history, identified as the Middle Passage or Trans-Atlantic slave trade. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA
RTRP8VB
September 24, 2005
Dancers celebrate the 11th commemoration of the Maafa in New York September 24, 2005. Maafa is a Kiswahili...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dancers celebrate Maafa in New York
Dancers celebrate the 11th commemoration of the Maafa in New York September 24, 2005. Maafa is a Kiswahili word used to describe real calamity, catastrophe, tragedy or disaster. Dr. Marimba Ani introduced it into contemporary African-American scholarship as a preferred reference to the period in world history, identified as the Middle Passage or Trans-Atlantic slave trade. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton Also see image: GF1DTRUEHUAA
USA
RTRP8JD
September 24, 2005
Women celebrate the 11th commemoration of Maafa on the beaches of the Atlantic Ocean in New York September...
New York, UNITED STATES
Women celebrate Maafa in New York on beaches of Atlantic Ocean
Women celebrate the 11th commemoration of Maafa on the beaches of the Atlantic Ocean in New York September 24, 2005. Maafa is a Kiswahili word used to describe real calamity, catastrophe, tragedy or disaster. Dr. Marimba Ani introduced it into contemporary African-American scholarship as a preferred reference to the period in world history, identified as the Middle Passage or Trans-Atlantic slave trade. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA
RTRP8J4
September 24, 2005
Men pray and play instruments to celebrate the 11th commemoration of the Maafa in New York September...
New York, UNITED STATES
Men play instruments to celebrate Maafa in New York
Men pray and play instruments to celebrate the 11th commemoration of the Maafa in New York September 24, 2005. Maafa is a Kiswahili word used to describe real calamity, catastrophe, tragedy or disaster. Dr. Marimba Ani introduced it into contemporary African-American scholarship as a preferred reference to the period in world history, identified as the Middle Passage or Trans-Atlantic slave trade. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
BRITAIN ROYAL
RTRPM01
June 21, 2003
Britain's Prince William plays the marimba during a rehersal with the
Shakarimba Band, who have been...
Newport, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S PRINCE WILLIAM REHERSES WITH SHAKARIMBA BAND FROM BOTSWANA
AHEAD OF BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS...
Britain's Prince William plays the marimba during a rehersal with the
Shakarimba Band, who have been flown into the UK from Botswana, ahead of his
21st birthday celebrations at Windsor Castle in Berkshire June 21, 2003.
Prince William, who is second in line to the throne, celebrates his 21st
birthday on Saturday and will celebrate with an African themed fancy dress
party at Windsor Castle with both friends and members of the royal family.
IMAGE STRICTLY EMBARGOED UNTIL 00:01BST JUNE 22, 2003 (23:01 GMT JUNE 21,
2003) REUTERS/Phil Noble PP03060063

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BRITAIN ROYAL
RTRPLZI
June 21, 2003
Britain's Prince William plays the marimba during a rehersal with the
Shakarimba Band, who have been...
Newport, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S PRINCE WILLIAM REHERSES WITH SHAKARIMBA BAND FROM BOTSWANA
AHEAD OF BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS...
Britain's Prince William plays the marimba during a rehersal with the
Shakarimba Band, who have been flown into the UK from Botswana, ahead of his
21st birthday celebrations at Windsor Castle in Berkshire June 21, 2003.
Prince William, who is second in line to the throne, celebrates his 21st
birthday on Saturday and will celebrate with an African themed fancy dress
party at Windsor Castle with both friends and members of the royal family.
IMAGE STRICTLY EMBARGOED UNTIL 00:01BST JUNE 22, 2003 (23:01 GMT JUNE 21,
2003) REUTERS/Phil Noble PP03060063

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GUATEMALA MARIMBA
RTR7ZFU
September 07, 2000
Taking a break from legal bureaucracy, workers from Guatemala's Supreme Court on Thursday seek refuge...
Guatemala, Guatemala
GUATEMALAS SUPREME COURT MEMBERS PRATICE THE MARIMBA.
Taking a break from legal bureaucracy, workers from Guatemala's Supreme Court on Thursday seek refuge in the basement of their workplace to polish the repertoire of the institution's traditional Marimba band September 7, 2000. The workers play the marimba, a large instrument similar to a xylophone, in the basement, allowing the music to travel through the building to try to remind Guatemalans of their musical and cultural heritage.

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NICARAGUA CRUISE
RTR40E
January 06, 2000
Nicaraguan musicians play the traditional marimba as tourists from a Holland American Lines cruise ship...
Managua, Nicaragua
NICARAGUAN MUSICIAN WELCOME TOURISTS WITH TRADITIONAL MARIMBA.
Nicaraguan musicians play the traditional marimba as tourists from a Holland American Lines cruise ship prepare to board buses in San Juan del Sur for day tours of nearby sights in the Central American nation January 5. At least 500 tourists disembarked from the Holland American Lines vessel, the first of 40 luxury liners due to visit this once sleepy hamlet during the next year and a half in what national leaders call a boon to the poor Central American nation's economy.

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SPORT PANAM EQUESTRIAN
RTR121PY
August 05, 1999
Mexican Maca Romo on Marimba La Silla goes over a jump during the first day of equestrian show jumping...
Winnipeg, Canada
MEXICO'S ROMO IN SHOW JUMPING DURING EQUESTRIAN COMPETITON AT PAN AM GAMES.
Mexican Maca Romo on Marimba La Silla goes over a jump during the first day of equestrian show jumping at the XIII Pan American Games August 5.

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