How did Ernesto Cavour die? Cause of death revealed
Ernesto Cavour was a singer, musician, inventor of musical instruments and author of Bolivian music teaching manuals. Let’s see how he died, what happened and what was the cause of death of Ernesto Cavour.
How did Ernesto Cavour die?
According to institutional sources, Ernesto Cavour, considered a maestro of the Bolivian charango and founder of the Los Jairas ensemble with Gilbert Favre, Julio Godoy and Yayo Jofré, artists who changed the course of national folklore, died on Sunday at the 82 years old.
“A Bolivian folklore icon and the creator of the SBC has passed away, leaving a loss in our hearts and a magnificent reference for music. The Bolivian charango society reportedly said, “Fly high Maestro Cavour” (SBC).
Additionally, he said Cavour’s remains would be unveiled at the Musical Instrument Museum in La Paz, Bolivia, located on Jaén Street.
According to the ABI agency, he has traveled to several stages around the world to promote Bolivian indigenous music. He was a musician, composer, performer, inventor of instruments and author of publications on the teaching of Bolivian music.
Ernesto Cavour Cause of death
Social media platforms mirrored people’s expressions of sadness over what happened. “Another giant is leaving us… Willy Claure is saddened, “Dear Ernesto Cavour, thank you for holding on high and for having contributed so much to Bolivian music.
Edgar Pary, the Minister of Education, also expressed his sadness. He posted on Twitter: “My sincere condolences to the family of maestro charanguista Ernesto Cavour Aramayo”.
Medical Subjects have attempted to contact family and loved ones for comment. So far, no response has been received. We will update the page once enough information is available. More information on Ernesto Cavour Aramayo’s cause of death will be added soon.
Who is Ernesto Cavour Aramayo?
Singer, musician, creator of musical instruments and author of publications on Bolivian music education, Ernesto Cavour Aramayo. He was one of the original members of Los Jairas.
He was awarded the Order of the Andean Condor in 2013.
Tribute to Ernesto Cavour
Evo Morales said,
Very sorry for the death of our brother Ernesto Cavour Aramayo, great master of the charango and tireless promoter of Bolivian culture. We extend our solidarity to his family and to the artists who mourn his departure.
The Municipality of Gobierno Autonomo said:
The Office of the Municipal Mayor of La Paz adheres to the pain of the sensitive death of Grand Master Ernesto Cavour. Bolivian music and the charango are in mourning.
With this post, SCB said goodbye to its founder: “An icon of Bolivian folklore, founder of the SBC, a great musical reference that left its essence in all of us, has left, leaving a void in our hearts. It flies high master Cavour”.
Socialist Escuela said,
ERNESTO CAVOUR, THE GRAND MASTER OF THE CHARANGO, IS DEAD In the early hours of Sunday August 7, Ernesto Cavour, the grand master of the charango, died. His departure provoked expressions of pain and solidarity with his family. Born in 1940, he began his career very young and at 19
Jorge Dulon said,
My deepest condolences to the family of the great charango master, Ernesto Cavour, who was repeatedly named the best charango player in the world.