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Title Peru : music from the land of Macchu Picchu / recorded by Verna Gillis and David M. Pérez Martinez.

Published New York, N.Y. : Lyrichord, [1993?]


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Contemporary world music.
Contemporary world music.
Notes Descriptive program notes and English translation of Tu nombre and Marinera ([4] p.) inserted in original container.
Previously issued as LLST 7294, in 1976.
Previously released as a compact disc.
Principally songs, and dance music of Peruvian Indians.
Contents Adios pueblo de Ayacucho (Antonio Sulca, harp ; Jeny Sulca Galindo, mandolin) -- Festival Santo Domingo (harp, clarinet, violins, tenor saxophone) -- Churyacase yampuyov : sung in Quechua (Nilda Quinta Gonzales, vocals, with tinya and coronet) -- Tu nombre / by Feliz Ramos (Ramos, vocals ; Juan Villafuerte, guitar) -- Festival San Paulo (3 trumpets, 1 clarinet, 2 tubas, 2 saxophones, snare and bass drum, and cymbals) -- La pampa y la puna / by Carlos Valderrama (Teófilo Hinostrosa Irrasabal, quena solo) -- Festejo (Carlos Chumbioca, Huli Castilla, cajones ; Roberto Ulculmana, donkey's jaw ; Sivory Muriche, cowbell) -- Huancanchu Talpara Shampe, vocalist and charango solo : in Quechua -- Despidida de Cotahuasi (Jorge Velazquez, guitar solo) -- Araskascas (Antonio Sulca, harp solo) -- Melody from Pomacanchi (Roba Corazen, quena solo) -- Ollantay (Jorge Velazquez, violin solo) -- Marinera (Patricia Ghumbiavca, vocals, guitar ; Fernando Aviles, bongos ; Carlos Chumbioca, cajón) -- En el hospital de amores (Juan Zarate Solier, guitar solo).
Performers Various native musicians.
Notes Recorded in various locations in Peru, June-Aug. 1975.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (Contemporary world music). Available via World Wide Web.
Language notes Sung in Spanish, Aymara, or Quechua.
Other author Aviles, Fernando.
Castilla, Huli.
Chumbioca, Carlos.
Corazen, Roba.
Ghumbiavca, Patricia.
Gillis, Verna.
Hinostrosa Irrasabal, Teófilo.
Muriche, Sivory.
Pérez Martínez, David Moisés.
Quinta González, Nilda.
Ramos, Feliz.
Sulca Gelindo, Jeny.
Sulca, Antonio.
Talpara Shampe, Huancanchu.
Ulculmana, Roberto.
Velázquez, Jorge.
Villafuerte, Juan.
Zarate Solier, Juan.
Subject Aymara Indians -- Music.
Folk music -- Peru.
Folk songs, Aymara -- Peru.
Folk songs, Quechua -- Peru.
Folk songs, Spanish -- Peru.
Incas -- Peru -- Music.
Indians of South America -- Peru -- Music.
Quechua Indians -- Music.
Variant Title Music from the land of Macchu Picchu.