Various - Traditional Music Of Peru: Festivals of Cusco FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Traditional Music Of Peru: Festivals of Cusco
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Get Notified about the latest hits and trends, so that you are always on top of the latest in music when it comes to your friends. Okay, Got it! Traditional Music of Peru, vo. : Festivals of Cusco. Released by SMITHSONIAN FOLKWAYS RECORDINGS Nov 1995 26 Tracks. PLAY ALL. Traditional Music Of Peru, Vo.
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Music of, by, and for the people. Folklife Folkways Festival. These 22 tracks, recorded in 1990-1991 in the three cultural regions (Creole, Afro-Cuban, and Andean) of the Department of Lambayeque in northern Peru, feature music of festival dances and songs accompanied by a variety of instruments, and Christmas carols sung by children. The collection's aural quality has a surreal edge and its purity of spirit is spellbinding. Estas veintidos canciones, grabadas en 1990-1991 en las tres regiones culturales (criolla, afro-cubana y andina) del Departamento de Lambayeque en el norte de Perú, ofrece música del festival.
Music of religious festivals is one of the richest and most important types of musical expression in the Andes. These 1989 recordings from the Peruvian Archives of Traditional Andean Music present lively music of the religious festivals in the Cusco region. Devotees perform with flutes and drums, harps and violins, accordions, brass bands, and voices. Filled with the sounds of celebration and the fervor of the religious occasions, the performances present Andean music in its contemporary religious setting. Puts you in touch with the real thing. These 1989 recordings draw on the festival music of the Cusco region, typified by flute and drum, harp and violin, brass band, accordion and vocal performances. -Jason Ankeny, Rovi.
Cusco’s folkloric music and dance traditions are cultural treasures. Dance plays a central role in the region’s year-round festival calendar. Cusco dance: A look at 4 recurring themes Musical instruments: Fuel for the dance moves. Cusco dance: A look at 4 recurring themes. There are literally hundreds of different kinds of dances demonstrated during the many festivals of Cusco, but the following dances are commonly used to express various recurring themes
The Music of Peru is an amalgamation of sounds and styles drawing on Peru's Andean, Spanish, and African roots. Andean influences can perhaps be best heard in wind instruments and the shape of the melodies, while the African influences can be heard in the rhythm and percussion instruments, and European influences can be heard in the harmonies and stringed instruments. Pre-Columbian Andean music was played on drums and wind instruments, not unlike the European pipe and tabor tradition.
Peruvian traditional music. Panpipes, known by the Aymara as siku, by the Quechna as antara and by the Spanish as zampoña, are ancient instruments and archeologists have unearthed panpipes tuned to a variety of scales. While modern panpipes - played in the city or in groups with other instruments - may offer a complete scale allowing solo performance, traditional models are played in pairs, as described by sixteenth-century chroniclers. Several tubes made of bamboo reed of different length are bound together to produce a sound that can be jaunty, but also has a melancholic edge depending on tune and playing style. Folk music festivals to attract and entertain the tourist trade are a quite different experience to music in the village context.
|5||Saqra O China Saqra||1:12|
|6||Saqra O Urku Saqra||2:34|
|24||Carnaval De Peru-Paru||3:05|
|25||Carnaval De Cuyo Grande||2:35|
|26||Canto A San Jeronimo||1:52|
- Compiled By – Raúl Romero
NotesProduct of collaboration with the Archives of Traditional Andean Music, Lima, Peru
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