||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 ...
Antologia, Vol. 1: 1973-1978 (2005)
Firmly rooted in the cultural traditions of their Chilean homeland, the ensemble known as Inti-Illimani also came up in solidarity with politically outspoken musicians like Victor Jara and Quilapayún, artists whose anti-fascist songs and messages were made available to North ...
||Cheik Ahmed Zaitouni|
Andalusian Music from Tangier (2006)
Photographer: Mohamed Métalsi.
Translator: Saadane Benbabaali.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Brigitte Nérou; Saïda Fellache; Farida Mekki; Cécile Boquien.
Personnel: Larbi Akrim (lute); Jamal Eddine Ben Allal (violin).
Liner Note Author: Saadane Benbabaali.
Panpipes from Bolivia, Peru & Ecuador (2006)
Aconcagua: Pablo Cárcamo (guitar, requinto, charango, vihuela, cello, flute, panpipes, accordion, keyboards, bass guitar, drum, percussion); Stefano Bonvini (violin, background vocals).
Antologia, Vol. 3: 1989 - 1998 (2005)
Track Listing: Preludio y Festejo; Tarantella-Canna Austina; Tata San Juan; Mulata; Angelo; Medianoche; Maria Canela; Arriesgare la Piel; Yo Soy Dueno del Baron; Salake; Antes de Amar de Nuevo; La Fiesta Eres Tu; Entre Amor; La Negrita;
From The Heart Of South America (2007)
Hailing from Bolivia, Sacambaya (a performing troupe associated with Cochabamba's Ayopayamanta Cultural Center) here makes a run through a series of Andean compositions. However, the more popular forms that one is likely to hear on the average Andean album are ...
||Joel Francisco Perri|
Andean Flutes (2002)
Liner Note Authors: Diz Heller; Janet Topp Fargion.
Translator: Diz Heller.
Arrangers: Joël Francisco Perri; Cedric Perri.
Personnel: Joël Francisco Perri (guitar, charango, bombo); Cedric Perri (guitar, bombo).
Audio Mixers: Joël Francisco Perri; Pablo Cárcamo.
||Explorer Series: Peru - Kingdom of the Sun: The Inca Heritage (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 ...
||Los Indios Paraguayos|
El Condor Pasa (1999)
Each CD In This Box Set Is Also Available Separately On Delta.
Personnel: Wolfgang Gerhard (recorder).
Audio Mixer: Wolfgang Gerhard.
Recording information: Canaster Studio Cologne, Germany (10/1993).
||Ecos De Los Andes Vol. IV |
Track Listing: Yo Vendo Unos Ojos Negros; Luz de Luna; Flor de la Canela, La; Paisajes de Catamarca; Noche de Tucuman; Chacarera de Santiago; Caminito del Indio; Recuerdos del Mar de Plata; Dale a la Mocita (Ecos de los Andes); Yunuen;
||Flute Music of the Andes (1993)
This value-priced CD of rustic performances is a pleasant collection, but the lack of liner notes makes it of limited interest to those interested in Andean musicology. But rest assured, "El Condor Pasa," the song immortalized (or bastardized, depending on ...
Andes Sound (2000)
Track Listing: El Condor Pasa; Volver a los 17; Guantanamers; Concerto Para Uma Voz; Pajaro Campana; La Fiesta de San Benito; Time For Us, A; Dolannes Melodies; Cancion y Huayno; Humauaqueno; India; Gracias a la Vida;
||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;
Amancay - Folklore Latinoamericano (2000)
Track Listing: Toro Mata; El Condor Pasa; La Traición; Sambalando; Rosaura; Canela en Flor; La Flor de la Canela; Fiesta Himara; Aurora de Paz; Fina Estampa; Lisura; Kacharopari;
||Andes: 20 Atmospheric Folk Favorites (1996) |
This is part of Hallmark's The World Of Music series.
Arranger: Jorge Milchberg.
Recording information: Angelshare; Backtrack; The Windings; Windings.
Photographer: Fin Costello.
Unknown Contributor Role: Gary Kettel.
Personnel: Maggie Boyle (vocals); James Woodrow (guitar, electric guitar); Tony Hinnigan (guitar, guitarron, cuatro, charango, mandolin, cello, pan flute, quena, saxophone, keyboards, double bass, bombo, percussion, drum ...
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, ...
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 ...
La Partida (1994)
Recording information: 1990.
Personnel: Ernesto Cavour (vocals, charango); Lucho Cavour (quena, bombo).
Sentimiento Andino 2
Track Listing: Ave De Cristal; Llorando Se Fue; El Picaflor; El Arbol De Mi Destino; Yuvariway Urpi; Al Final; No Temas Enamorarte; Por Mi Mala Suerte; Kutimuy; Todo Me Habla De Ti; Dejaras; Chuquiago Marka; Mi Pecado; La Ventana; Recuerdos; ...
Andean Songs (2002)
Takillacta's Andean Songs is an interesting display of Andean folk music influenced by the multiculturalism of New York, where the band was formed. Takillacta's basic approach is to take traditional Andean folk sounds and liberally incorporate modern guitars, bass, and ...
||Spirit Of The Incas|
Flute Music Of The Andes (2003)
Recording information: Peru. Track Listing: Condor Pasa, El; Bolivianita; Otovalena; Indios Guerilleros; Surazo; Bocina; Tupai Amaru; Inca, El; Cuzco; Rio Triste; Octubre; Reveldia de los Condores; Son Cayman; Tema de Siku;
Khenany is an exotic fusion of traditional Andean instruments. The group consists of six musicians native to Sonora, Mexico. Listeners will admire Khenany's mastery of unusual instruments such as the charango, a mandolin made with armadillo skin. Steve Roach also ...
Ancient Sun (1996)
Track Listing: Cueca Desconocida; Rumbo Al Socavon; Urpilita; Sol Milenario; Cacharpaya; Ayawasca; Llanuras; Raices; Mi Santa Cruz; Anoranzas; Peregrino; Camba Cusa; Carazon He Rido; Danza de la Lluyia; Sol de Primavera;
||Traditional Music of Peru, Vol. 5 (1999) |
Recorded in Ancash, Peru in 1993.
1993 Live Recordings From 4 Religious Festivals