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Peru: Music from the Land of Macchu Picchu
4.2 out of 5 stars with 8 reviews
Macchu Picchu - the very name conjures up visions of a lost civilization, and the legendary city that now stands in ruins atop a high ridge in the Andes mountains, a distant reminder of the mighty Incas. In this recording, celebrated world music producer Verna Gillis has gathered a unique and varied collection of traditional Peruvian music which includes festival songs and dances accompanied by a wide array of instruments including charango, cajon, guijada de burro (donkey's jaw), clarinet, harp
4.8 out of 5 stars with 21 reviews
Novalima's pioneering blend of soulful Afro-Peruvian rhythms and melodies with the cutting-edge grooves of dub reggae, chilled-out electronica and funky Latin beats creates an irresistible mash-up of old-school traditions and modern trends. Fans of the Gotan Project, Ojos de Brujo and Thievery Corporation will love Novalima's stunning new album, COBA COBA.
4.8 out of 5 stars with 16 reviews
For well over 30 years, Inti-Illimani (the name translates as ''Sun God'') has been the beacon of Chilean music, both the traditional folk styles and the more contemporary nueva cancion. Their name comes from the Aymaran Indian language of the Andes, where they'd grown into a political beast, being quite outspoken lyrically.enough to be forced into exile. They soon based themselves in Rome and earned a powerful reputation around the globe, becoming very unofficial ambassadors of Chilean music, a
Music from Peru & Ecuador
4.2 out of 5 stars with 24 reviews
Alpamayo (named after the most beautiful snow-covered mountain of Ancash, Peru) perform rhythms of South America that have been danced to in their country for generations. Alpamayo have gathered a huge repertoire of original compositions and traditional pieces from Peru and other countries of South America, with which they have successfully toured all over Europe. These songs are performed on pan flutes, shepherds flutes, charango, guitar, bombo and percussion and the occasional touch of electro
Healing Music Project 1
4.4 out of 5 stars with 28 reviews
It is a noble ambition: blend science and sound to create audio experiences with the capacity to rejuvenate, calm, and even heal. The notion has circulated for millennia, and its origins can be traced deep into Hindu and Judeo-Christian traditions (the latter with its account of David soothing a troubled King Saul with his harp [I Samuel 16:23]). The Rosyln, N.Y.-based Relaxation Company, like Steven Halpern, has based its existence on the concept and makes persuasive arguments for its theories
Atahualpa: Traditional Music of the Andes, Ecuador-Peru-Bolivia
4.1 out of 5 stars with 14 reviews
1.Augustia 2.Jueves De Otono 3.Jilakatanaka 4.Iscanwaya 5.Cushi Cushigu 6.Enamorarme De Ti 7.Encuentros
8.Mohikano 9.Aguas Claras 10.Carnavales
11.Huauquigu Tuparin Gapai 12.Bolivianita
The Ultimate Yma Sumac Collection
mpn: CD5214342, ean: 0724352143429,
4.9 out of 5 stars with 17 reviews
The veil of mystery surrounding her and the operatic beauty of her voice made Yma a phenomenon in the '50s-and again during the '90s exotica revival. Here are 21 of her best: Xtaby; Suray Surita; Taki Rari; La Molina; Bo Mambo; Kuyawa; Wimoweh , and more including unissued tracks! In 1950, at the dawn of an era of musical exotica (in which composers such as Esquivel, Martin Denny, and Les Baxter would test the limits of hi-fi strangeness), Yma Sumac entered the scene. She was a diva from the And
4.7 out of 5 stars with 37 reviews
Savia Andina: Gerardo Arias, Rafael Arias (guitar); Eddy Navia (charango); Alicides Mejia (wind instruments); Oscar Castro (percussion).
Personnel: Gerardo Arias (guitar, percussion); Eddy Navia, Rafael Arias (guitar); Oscar Castro-Neves (percussion).
Liner Note Author: Eddy Navia.
A spirited collection of traditional Andean music, Savia Andina Classics is a tribute to the band that is dedicated to preservation of the musical culture of the people of Andes Mountains in South America. The blend o
La Libertad De Manzanero
mpn: 750994798912, ean: 7509947989124,
4.6 out of 5 stars with 54 reviews
3 CUANDO SALE LA LUNA
4 TE AMARE TODA LA VIDA
5 MI AMOR POR TI
6 MIL BESOS
7 CONTIGO APRENDI
8 MARCHA NUPCIAL
9 COSAS COMO TU
10 CUANDO LLORA MI GUITARRA
Return of the Gods
4.4 out of 5 stars with 19 reviews
South American flute music from Peru features Enrique Camac, Fredy Choque, Sidgar Choque, Aldo Rodriguez, and Fabrizio Tedeschini. 14 tracks: (1) Montezuma (2) Tupacamaru (3) Valle del alto (4) Apurimac (5) New Land (6) Flute Battle (7) Mother Earth (8) Inka Dance (9) The Mountains of Seven Colours (10) Katalina (11) Inti Punku (12) Maria Amanecer (13) Atacamenos (14) Arcoiris
Karullacta: Traditional Music From the Andes, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia
4.6 out of 5 stars with 44 reviews
1.Nostalgia, 2.Jatarishun Huambritos, 3.Iscanhuaya, 4.Jilakatanaka, 5.Rumi Nawi, 6.Saya De Amor, 7.Munani Cuitsagu, 8.Jueves de Otono, 9.llaqtaymanta, 10.Lady in Black, 11.Wayqigu Taparungapaj, 12.Aguas Clara, 13.Motaku, 14.Jatari Atahualpa ... Performed by Ecuadorian, Peruvian and Bolivian musicians.
Music Of The Andes
4.5 out of 5 stars with 39 reviews
Sisai / Music Of The Andes
3. Condor Pasa
4. Amor Mio
6. Santo Santo
7. La Banda
12. Llorando Se Fue (Lambada) ---- it is the traditional music of the Andes. The bands name is SISAI. The talented and dynamic musicians were performing their traditional music from the Andes region of Peru, Bolivia and their native Ecuador.
The rhythms in their music reflect the influences of their rich p