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Guillermo de Jesús Buitrago Henríquez, known as Guillermo Buitrago (April 1, 1920, Ciénaga - April 19, 1949) was a Colombian composer and songwriter of vallenato music. Is one of the most successful composers in his country. His songs become part of typical music on Christmas time in Colombia. Some of his hits are La Vispera de Año Nuevo (Day before New Year), Grito Vagabundo (Lazy Scream), Ron de Vinola (Rum of Vinola) and Dame tu mujer Jose (Give me your woman Jose). One of newest and the greaters Venezuelan tropical orchestra named Khardon Band Internacional based in the city of Santa Ana of Coro, had made a recognition to a Buitrago's legacy making what they called Khardonmix - Guillermo Buitrago with five of his most famous and remarkable songs, they are: " el Hijo de la Luna " - " La Carta" - " Las mujeres a mi no me quieren " - " Ron de Vinola " and " La Despedida ", music arrangements by Mr. Oscar Garcia Urrego common known as " Cachaco del piano " and also musical director of the Khardon Band Internacional and former musical director of Orchestra " Los Melodicos " and one of the original musicians founder of Ochestra " La Playa " of Maracaibo in Venezuela.

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