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Flutes & strings of the Andes [sound recording] : native musicians from the Altiplano.

Other Title:
Flutes and strings of the Andes.
Native musicians from the Altiplano.
Publication:
Brooklyn, NY : Music of the World, p1990.
Format/Description:
Sound recording
1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Subjects:
Quechua Indians -- Music.
Aymara Indians -- Music.
Folk music -- Andes Region.
Music -- Andes Region.
Songs, Quechua.
Local subjects:
Ethnic music recordings -- Andes Region. (search)
Ethnic music recordings, Quechua. (search)
Ethnic music recordings, Aymara. (search)
Contents:
Poco a poco
K'ajchas
Wawa pampay
Saqsaywamanpi
Wasi chaymanta
Entierro de wawa
Pilcuyo
Mayus apamusqa
Qapaq chunchos
Paraschallay
Papa tarpuy
Pares pares palomita
Chini pilku.
Participant:
Leandro Apaza Ramos, arpa, vocals ; Benjamin Clara Quispe, bandolina ; Oswaldo Flores, whistling ; Aurelio Quispe, violin ; Esteban Roque Espinoza, charango ; Emeldo Roque, whistling ; Fidel Villacorta Tejada, quena ; and others from the communities of Az'angaro and Santiago de Pupuja in Puno, and from the town of Paucartambo in Cusco.
Notes:
Folk and folk-style music; principally instrumentally performed, but the 2nd, 10th, and 13th works include vocals.
The vocally performed works sung in Quechua (10th work) or in Quecha, Aymara, and Spanish (remaining works).
Recorded by Juan Cutipa Colque, Elayne Zorn, and Bob Haddad in 1983-84, in Cusco, Puno and Ayacucho.
Compact disc.
Analog recordings.
Program notes ([4] p.) inserted in container.
Contributor:
Colque, Juan Cutipa.
Zorn, Elayne.
Haddad, Bob.
OCLC:
22411995
Publisher Number:
9378501062
CDT-106 Music of the World
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