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Traditional Music of Peru, Vol. 1: Festivals of Cusco

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Albazo
Artist: Banda de guerra of Ttío
1:21
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Albazo
Artist: Conjunto "Sol Radiante de Ttío"
2:17
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Q'illu Qanchis
Artist: Group from Maranganí
4:00
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Q'ara Ch'unchu
Artist: Banda de guerra with dancers from Atapata, Tinta, Canchis province
2:17
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Saqra o China Saqra
Artist: Banda de guerra of Coya
1:19
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Saqra o Urku Saqra
Artist: Orchestra
2:38
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Saqsampillo
Artist: Banda de guerra from Huancani
2:09
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K'achampa
Artist: Banda de guerra of Paucartambo
2:19
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Chukchu
Artist: Banda de guerra of Chinchero
2:21
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Qhapaq Ch'unchu
Artist: Banda de guerra of Paucartambo
2:48
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Chileno
Artist: Conjunto of Cusipata
3:05
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Auqa Chileno
Artist: Conjunto "Los Delirios de Andahuaylillas"
4:10
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Ch'unchu
Artist: Conjunto "Flor Naciente"
2:00
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Ch'unchacha
Artist: Conjunto "Valle Sagrado de los Incas"
3:00
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Siklla
Artist: Conjunto "Los Almendarinos"
2:34
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Qanchi Alcalde
Artist: Conjunto of Coya
2:11
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Contradanza
Artist: Conjunto of Paucartambo
2:34
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Mestiza Quyacha
Artist: Conjunto of Combapata
2:25
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Qhapaq Qulla
Artist: Conjunto "Estudiantina Urcos"
3:47
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Qhapaq Qulla
Artist: Conjunto "Estudiantina Urcos"
2:07
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Qhapaq Negro
Artist: Conjunto "Son Caribe del Cusco"
1:36
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Qhapaq Negro
Artist: Conjunto "Son Caribe del Cusco"
2:33
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Majeao
Artist: San Martín de Sicuani
3:42
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Carnival de Paru-Paru
Artist: Female singer and musicians of Paru-Paru
3:09
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Carnival de Cuyo Grande
Artist: Female singer and musicians of Cuyo Grande
2:41
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Canto a San Jerónimo
Artist: Women of San Jerónimo
1:52
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They Say All Music Guide

Volume one of this series, produced by the Lima, Peru-based Archives of Traditional Andean Music, investigates the music of religious festivals, which remains one of the most crucial kinds of artistic expression in the Andes. 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