Caja

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Caja

A term for a savings and loan in Spain. Cajas began as a way for the economically disadvantaged to save their money; however they have gradually become more like traditional retail and commercial banks.
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Accordionist Egidio Cuadrado, gaita player Mayte Montero, and a corps of percussionists on such indigenous regional instruments as the caja vallenata, cajon peruano, and tambora venezolana provide a swirl of swinging, earthy rhythmic textures.