Definition funny of Guiro:

urbanhomosexuals that often come to the genius bar to talk about apple products. often confused as customers, usually come on the 'prowl'

urbanThat guy asked weirdest questions about MacBooks man. That was a guiro. He was trying to hook up with you


Songs about Guiro:

songsCachao's Guiro (Album Version) by Cachao from the Album Master Sessions Volume I

songsEl Guiro De Macorina by Johnny Pacheco from the Album Pacheco Y Su Charanga

songsGuiro Electro (Rainer Trüby Trio Remix) by Bobby Matos from the Album DJ-Kicks

songsEl Guiro de Macorina by La Pura Sabrosura Fito Olivares from the Album Sabrosura Sin Fronteras

songsMagic Guiro (Andale Song) (Dub Mix) by JJ Mullor from the Album Magic Guiro (Andale Song)

songsChangó (Guiro) by Abbilona Tambor Yoruba from the Album Changó II

songsCon guiro y pandereta by El Gran Combo from the Album Numero 5


Books about Guiro:

booksA guiro limpio (Poemas negros). (Jan 1, 1975)

booksIdiophone: Guimbarde, Cymbale, Guiro, Planche a Laver, Steel-Drum, Bombolong, Boite a Musique, Vibraphone, Maraca... by Source Wikipedia (2011)

booksThe World's Been a-Waitin' So Long - Percussion Score and Parts (Sacred Anthem, Conga, Maracas, Claves, Guiro,... by Larry Shackley (2012)

booksGod Is Here! - Flute and Percussion Score and Parts: Adapted from a Traditional Folk Song (Sacred Anthem, Flute... by Patti Drennan (2012)

booksAl son del tiple y el guiro-- (Coleccion Caniqui) (Spanish Edition) by Manuel Cachan (1987)

booksLatin Fantasy for Bells, Hand Clap Maracas, Triangles & Guiro, Snare Drum & Timpani by John H. Beck (1988)

booksGuiro Tone Block with Mallet


Movies about Guiro:

moviesLa Fuerza del Tambor: Bata, Bembe y Guiro de Matanzas, Cuba 2006 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins


Wiki information Guiro:

Percussion Instrument, Musical instrument, Musical Performance Role

The güiro is a Latin-American percussion instrument consisting of an open-ended, hollow gourd with parallel notches cut in one side. It is played by rubbing a stick or tines along the notches to produce a ratchet-like sound. The güiro is commonly...

Musical Recording, Canonical Version