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Nicasio Safadi Reves (Reves is the translation of Rbeiz) (Beirut, 1902- Guayaquil, October 29, 1968) was an Ecuadorian musician of Lebanese descent.
Born in Lebanon, he went to Ecuador when he was five years old. He learnt to play the vihuela, the tiple, the guitar, the lute and the mandolin. He was in several musical groups before he joined Enrique Ibáñez in "Dúo Ecuador".
Guayaquil de mis amores (Guayaquil's anthem), Pobrecito mi cariño, Los jilgueros, Invernal are among his more than 300 melodies.