Raices Latinas

Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

Item No. 852591
Alt. Part # SF-40470-CD
UPC Code 093074047026
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Raices Latinas: Smithsonian Folkways Latino Roots CollectionVarious ArtistsFeaturing some of the finest Latino roots music the Smithsonian Folkways archive has to offer from such artists as Nati Cano's Los Camperos, Luiz Bonfa, and Cuarteto Patria and Company Segundo (Buena Vista Social Club), this
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Raices Latinas: Smithsonian Folkways Latino Roots CollectionVarious ArtistsFeaturing some of the finest Latino roots music the Smithsonian Folkways archive has to offer from such artists as Nati Cano's Los Camperos, Luiz Bonfa, and Cuarteto Patria and Company Segundo (Buena Vista Social Club), this CD brings you to a Latino sound world beyond the conventional!Much like Rock n Roll, Latino music evolved from folk traditions.; Raices Latinas is a celebration of these Amerindian, African and European influences in music of Latino heritage and a representation of the lively creativity that gives birth to the music of the Americas.; Including Latino roots music from the Caribbean to the Andes and from Brazil to the American Southwest, Raices Latinas invites you to discover the music behind La musica!Tracks:Un Gigante Que Despierta (An Awakening Giant) - Nueva cancion from Nicaragua Bailecitos (Little Dances) - Andean dance Apagame la Vela (Put Out My Candle) - Merengue from Dominican Republic Brisas del Pamplonita (Breezes of the Pamplonita) - Bambuco from Colombia Seis Mapeye - Jibaro music from Puerto Rico Cancao do Orpheo (Song of the Orphans) - Brazilian bossa nova Los Arrieros (The Muleteers) - Son jalisciense, Mexican mariachi Danza de los Negros - folk dance from Peru Yo Canto en el Llano (I Sing on the Plain) - Cuban son Pipil Polka - from El Salvador Las Naranjas (The Oranges) - Chilean tonada Two marimbas playing in front of the church - from Guatemala La Sicodelica (The Psychedelic) Polka - by South Texan conjunto Adios, Bereju - Currulao bambuco, marimba from Buenaventura, Colombia Paranae - Capoeira angola from Salvador, Brazil El Paseadito (The Little Stroll) - Chotis (schottische) from New Mexico La Pajara Pinta - Children's folksong Corrido de Joaquin Murrieta - Corrido from the Arizona-Sonoran borderland El Choclo (The Ear of Corn) - Tango criollo from Argentina Las Leyendas de Grecia (The Legends of Greece) - Rumba guaguancofrom Cuba
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