Los de Azuero [electronic resource] : traditional music from Panama.

Wyastone Leys, Monmouth, UK : Nimbus Records, 1999.
Contemporary world music
Sound recording
1 electronic resource
Folk dance music -- Panama -- Azuero Peninsula.
Folk music -- Panama -- Azuero Peninsula.
Folk songs, Spanish -- Panama -- Azuero Peninsula.
System Details:
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
El arbolito = The little tree (2:26)
El trapichito = The little cane press (5:39)
La junta = The gathering (3:44)
Untitled (2:56)
Cocuyito de la moñtana = Little firefly from the mountain (4:37)
Gritos (1:12)
Cumbia montañera = Mountain cumbia (2:42)
La pimienta = The pepper (3:31)
La cita = The date (3:49)
Saloma (:36)
Que solita me has dejado = How alone you have left me (4:26)
Untitled (2:57)
Saloma (:51)
La denesa = The denesa (2:44)
La nena = The girl (2:21)
Hojita de tamarindo = Little tamarind leaf (4:08)
Pepita de tomatera = Seed of the tomato plant (5:01)
Untitled (1:58)
Amanecer Santeño = Dawn in Los Santos (2:39)
Grito (:23)
La viudita de la Miel = The little widow of La Miel (3:23)
Ay! chango Felipe Torres! = Ay! monkey Felipe Torres! (4:14)
Julia pela la yuca = Julia peels the yucca (2:53)
Mogollón (2:27).
Cumbias, tamboritos, mejoranas, salomas, and gritos.
Program notes by Nigel Gallop, notes on the performers, and texts with English translations ([24] p. : ports.) from original container.
Recorded in 1997.
Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (Contemporary world music). Available via World Wide Web.
Alexander Street Press.
Los de Azuero.
Other format:
NI 5579
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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