Peru and Bolivia [sound] recording : the sounds of evolving traditions : Central Andean music and festivals.

Other Title:
Sounds of evolving traditions
Central Andean music and festivals.
Barre, VT : Multicultural Media, p1997.
Music of the earth (Multicultural Media)
Music of the earth
Sound recording
1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Folk songs, Spanish -- Bolivia.
Folk songs, Spanish -- Peru.
Folk songs, Quechua.
Folk music -- Bolivia.
Folk songs, Quechua -- Peru.
Folk music -- Peru.
Festivals -- Peru.
Festivals -- Bolivia.
Music -- Peru.
Music -- Bolivia.
Music -- Andes Region.
Local subjects:
Ethnic music recordings -- Peru. (search)
Ethnic music recordings -- Bolivia. (search)
Ethnic music recordings -- Andes Region. (search)
Ethnic music recordings, Spanish -- Peru. (search)
Ethnic music recordings, Spanish -- Bolivia. (search)
Ethnic music recordings, Quechua -- Peru. (search)
Sung in Quechua or Spanish.
Arpa music. Farewell to Ayacucho Town ; El condor pasa ; Sacsayhuaman ; The arisal tree
In Lima. The golden basket ; Huallancayo ; Pio pio
In La Paz. Chacarera ; The Guadalquivir River
Music from Lake Titicaca Region. Sica Ensemble ; Wayruru ; Auki auki ; Unbundled panpipes ; Takitas ; Weddin music from Amarete
Music from the Cuzco Region. Church bells ; Mule music ; Music for chicha beer ; Festival finale music.
Principally instrumental music, some tracks with vocals. Some pieces are huaynos.
Field recordings by Norio Yamamoto.
Compact disc.
Originally issued in 1992 by Victor Company of Japan (JVC).
Extensive technical, historical, and ethnographic notes by Norio Yamamoto (16 p. : ill.) in container.
Yamamoto, Noria.
Publisher Number:
Multicultural Media MCM 3009
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