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Acoustic instruments - guitar, piano, drums, trumpet - surround the voice of the native Argentine Marcela Arroyo on her new album "De Par en Par", which more or less means "make it easily accessible to all". Twenty years ago, Arroyo settled in Switzerland and has since released numerous albums under her own name and with the trio Puerta Sur. She composed most of the ten songs on "De Par en Par", which cover a variety of emotional moods. To ensure that the non-Spanish-speaking listener understands what the songs are all about, the lyrics in the booklet are also printed in English. "For me, music is the medium par excellence," the singer emphasized. "It's the best kind of communication that I have and is a universal language. And asa storyteller, I feel that there is nothing more authentic than telling my own stories. The stories that I experienced or that were told to me and that have endured over time."