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  • Sukay - Instrumental - Music of the Andes Flying Fly Records FF - Yayakarwi 02 - Ñuca llajta 03 - Huayrasan 04 - Khuyayl.
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  • Sukay is a Quechua word meaning "to open the earth and prepare it for planting." Cumbre Return of the Inca. Sukay has been embraced world-wide for their clear and open style of playing the ethereal and enchanting folk music of the Andes -- blending pan-pipes, wooden flutes, percussion, and five-stringed guitars into a magical sound that has its roots in a pre-Inca civilization dating as far.
  • Jul 01,  · SPIRIT OF THE ANDES Flute music of the Andes (2 CD´s) SUKAY Music of the Andes (LP) Return of the Inka Huayrasan, music of the Andes Andean panpipes Instrumental SUR ANDE Raza de pumas y condores SURIMANA Sueños de mujer SUSANA BACA Susana Baca Vestida de vida TAKASHI SANO Charango (sin carátulas) TAKIPAYAS, LOS 30 años TANIA LIBERTAD.
  • It is comprised entirely of instumental music which was released on the albums "Socavon," "Tutayay," "Mama Luna," or "Huayrasan," in other words, the years during which Quentin Howard, Carlos Crespo, and Omar Sepulveda did most of the recording. I believe that this period ( - /5(4).
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  • Fernando Milagros “Carnaval” For an altogether different take on carnival music here is Fernando Milagros from Chile and “Carnaval”, taken from San Sebastián, Milagros’ third diaragenphentcurnefenectolaxmiser.coinfo is a slightly melancholy take on carnival, though it does also showcase one of the finest singer/songwriters in Latin America (as well as the incredible indie-pop scene that is happening in Chile.