Andean Harp (1996)
Track Listing: Quejas; Las Cosas De Los Cines; Crepusculo Andino; Ingrata; Mal De Ojo; America Unidas; Balicha; Adios Pueblo De Ayacucho; Alma Corazon Y Vida; Paja Brava; Limena; La Nueva Alianza; Del Norte Yo Vengo; Pinceladas Del Cuzco; Villancicos D'Ayacucho; ...
||Echoes Of Incas|
Cordilleras means "mountain ranges," and this album was conceived as a celebration of the majestic mountain ranges that form the backbone of the American continent. The group -- with members from Mexico, Chile, Peru, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. -- ...
||Music Of The Andes (1994) |
Includes liner notes by Gerald Seligman and Ruben Nouzeilles.
Well, this music does come from the Andes, but it's not representative of the wide range of Andean music, given that there are only five artists on the disc, and one of ...
El Condor Del Indio (1994)
Arriesgare La Piel: I Will Risk My Skin (1996)
When dictator Augusto Pinochet seized power in Chile in 1973 with the help of the CIA, artists and musicians were often singled out for persecution. The members of Inti-Illimani, an adventurous group that had been formed in 1967, were among ...
||Joel Francisco Perri|
El Condor Pasa (2007)
Recorded at Lamplight Studio, Hamburg, Germany in 1987. Includes liner notes by Diz Heller.
Personnel: Joel Francisco Perri (guitar, panflute, kena, charango, bombo); Cedric Perri (guitar, charango, bombo).
||Field Recordings: Kingdom Of The Sun (2003) |
By today's standards, this exploration of Inca music from Peru might seem somewhat limited, but when originally released in 1969, very little work had been done there in recording native musicians. That said, this remains a remarkable collection because of ...
Panpipes From The Andes (2000)
This CD is part of K-Tel International Music Series.
Arranger: Tony Hinnigan.
||Folklore Sudamerican: Ecos De Los Andes |
Track Listing: Pajaro Campana; Alma Llanera; Entre San Juan y Mendoza; Yo Vendo Unos Ojos Negros; El Condor Pasa; Los Ejes de Mi Carreta; El Gavilan; Ave Negra; Cascada; La Flor de la Canela; Antioquenita; Anglica; Linda Pollerita;
Serie De Oro (2004)
Track Listing: Medianoche; Maria Canela; El Hacha; Entre Nosotros; Quien Eres Tu; Arriesgare La Piel; Kalimba; El Negro Bembon; Cumpleaños 80 de Nicanor; Caramba, Yo Soy el Dueño del Baron; Kulliacas; Canto de Las Estrellas;
Enchanted Land (1993)
Track Listing: Wings on the Wind; Virgenes del Sol; Andean Reed; Enchanted Land; Sambada; Mis Llamitas; Iguazu; Tati Kori; Encuentros; Rain Forest; El Pueblito; Janiero; Soleado; Tempestad / Flor Canela; Cholitay; Kacharpari; Macchu Picchu;
||Treasures Of Indio Music (1998) |
Track Listing: DISC 1: TARKEADAS EN EL ALTIPLANO; Flor Titihueno; Carneval de Titihue; Recuerdos del Rio Ramis; 12 de Abril; Leguechito; Soy Solterito; Flor de Cantutita; Cantutita Rojo; Flor de Nabo; Brisas del Lago Titihue; Juma-Nayaru Pertice-Yesta; Habas Pankarita; Pinquillos; ...
La Revelacion De La Cumbia Andina
Grupo Saya includes: Susana Solis (vocals).
Antologia En Vivo (2003)
This 2 CD set tells you all you need to know about the controversial Chilean hard rock unit -- and then some. Features 37 tracks including "Simon Bolivar," "Tinku," "Senora Chichera," "Chiloe," and "Mulata."
2CD live anthology from the legendary Chilean ...
||Magic Flutes & Music From The Andes (2002) |
Magic Flutes & Music from the Andes is largely the work of flutist Gonzala Guala, who along with Mauricio Vicencio make up the group Alpamayo. The collection features traditional pieces from the Quechuas and Aymaras as well as "musica criolla" ...
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 of charango, wooden flutes, ...
||Magic of the Indian Flute (1994) |
Artists include Ukamau, Joel Perri and Los Rupay.
Introduction by: Joël Francisco Perri.
Arrangers: W. Palacios; Joël Francisco Perri; Ukamau.
Tarantella Del Diavolo: 12 Dances From Italy
||Spirit Of The Andes (1997) |
Photographer: Loren McIntyre. Track Listing: Mystic River; Waterfalls; Andean Heights; Nueva Cancion; Cancun; Quilluaj; Rain Forest; Ojos Azules; Humawaqueno; Shaman, The; Llactamanta; Purimny; Enchanted Land;
Classics, Vol. 3 (1998)
Savia Andina was a major force in bringing Andean music into the mainstream, hitting the Top 40 charts in South America. It was one of the first modern groups to reclaim and disseminate the traditional songs and contemporary music of ...
Folklore de Peru Ecuador (1992)
Recorded at ARC Music Studios, Hamburg, Germany. Includes liner notes by Alpamayo.
Personnel: Edward Soto Bazan (vocals, guitar, 12-string guitar); Alex Gallegos Torre (vocals, charango, mandolin, violin); Elmer Espinoza Valencia (vocals, bamboo flute); Robert Montoro Ortiz (vocals, quena); Florie Brown (violin); ...
||Music Of The High Andes |
There's some remarkable music here that helps dispel much of the panpipe myth about Andean music -- simply listen to "Marcha Akuchimay," where mandolin rings over a pair of guitars, or the song "Puru Purucha." The harp playing is exquisite ...
||Rough Guide To The Music Of The Andes (1996) |
ROUGH GUIDE TO THE MUSIC OF THE ANDES is the companion album to the book of the same name published by Penguin Books.
One of the greatest things about the Rough Guide series is the incredible diversity that they try to ...
Music Of The Andes
Music Of The Andes
Liner Note Author: Claire Lambea.
Recording information: Acousti. Paris.
Photographer: Pierre Allard.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Carlos Arguedas; Julio Arguedas.
Arrangers: Carlos Arguedas; Julio Arguedas.
||Humahuaqueno (1998) |
Award Winner Track Listing: Zamponas de Oro; Savia Andina; Inka Kenas; Condor de los Andes; Coca; Rhupay; Zamponas de Oro; Savia Andina; Inka Kenas; Condor de los Andes; Coca; Rhupay;