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Traditional Music of Peru, Vol. 8: Piura

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Doctrina
Artist: Pablo Cruz Carrasco with Melania Cruz and Ana Ojeda
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Levante: Contagio
Artist: Juan Manuel Melendez
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Cumananas
Artist: Alipio Cruz Ramirez
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Cumananas
Artist: Alipio Cruz Ramirez
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Golpe de tierra
Artist: Francisco Chuinga
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Tondero: Mi Burrito
Artist: Leida La Madrid with Roger Almestar
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Negro: Marcha
Artist: Senor Cautivo
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Borregos: Tonada del rabudo
Artist: Hermanos Dedios Zapata
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Sarahuas: Marcha
Artist: Los Cuatro Amigos
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Garibaldi: Baile de capataz
Artist: Hermanos Dedios Zapata
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Indios Moros: Danza
Artist: Quena and redoblante
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Diablicos
Artist: San Pedro de Huancabamba
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Caballito
Artist: Francisco Herna Silva
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Barquito: Baile de los marineros
Artist: Hermanos Dedios Zapata
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Cautivo
Artist: Saxophone, violin, and chain
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La Loca: Segunda fuga
Artist: Luciano Ruiz Ayala
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Pastoras: Canto
Artist: Five Peruvian girls accompanied by Walter Cruz and Juan Tino Neyra
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Chinas
Artist: Group of adolescent girls accompanied by Walter Cruz and Juan Tino Neyra
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Historia de las Sarahuas
Artist: Los Cuatro Amigos
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Santiago contra los Moros: Batalla and fuga
Artist: Francisco Herna Silva
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Historia del Bernardo del Carpio
Artist: Eustacio Ayala Cordalupo
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Semejanza de Reyes: Adoracion
Artist: Hermanos Dedios Zapata
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They Say All Music Guide

Recorded in 1994 in the Piura area of Peru, this disc explores many of the musical traditions that take place during the year, be they sacred or (more particularly) secular music, be they songs or dances, in addition to some theater music. And certainly it’s the dances that offer the most musical interest here, played by bands of all sizes and instrumental variations. “Negros” is especially fascinating for its mix of clarinet and saxophone, although, on the evidence presented here, the clarinet found great popularity as an instrument with bands in this area of Peru. But you can also hear string bands and the lovely “Pastoras,” sung by a mini-choir of five girls accompanied by two guitars. No one’s going to say this is for a mass audience, but as an ethnomusicological document, it’s invaluable, recording traditions that have roots deep in Peru’s history — although how much longer they might survive in the modern world is anyone’s guess. – Chris Nickson

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