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Feed your Soul with Andean Music II

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posted on Apr, 7 2013 @ 09:33 AM
Couple of months ago....... the sun rays coming thru my window are inviting me to a relaxing moment, perfect sunday morning bringing to my mind memories of my time in the Andes, let me share with you this nostalgia in a suitable way for all.


SAVIA ANDINA : THE SOUND OF SILENCE - MICHELLE - HOTEL CALIFORNIA ....... let me surprise you with some andean blues, ladies and UCHPA :


I hope you like it.

posted on Apr, 7 2013 @ 10:23 AM
Thank you so much for sharing!
I discovered my love for Andean / Peruvian music when I first came to visit San Diego 11 years ago. Our family had gone down to Old Town's Bazaar del Mundo and found a wonderful band playing, called Tinku. The music was so magical, I felt as if I had found a part of my soul that had been missing.
A year later, we moved to San Diego and I worked for the Zoological Society at the Wild Animal Park (now called Safari Park). It was in the summertime so the park was open late with exotic entertainment. One of the bands that would play in the village area each night was Tinku.
I have to tell you, til this day, that was one of my best memories in my entire life..that summer, working the park..watching the sunset, the lovely green hills, the moon and starlight, and hearing the beautiful Andean music..

I looked them up..they are still around. They play the best version of El Condor Pasa I have heard yet!


posted on Apr, 7 2013 @ 10:34 AM
reply to post by bastet11

I felt as if I had found a part of my soul that had been missing

In that case, this is perfect you :

Kamayoq = author = autor: June Ireland

Antikuna ñauraytaki, (Quechua version)

Antikuna ñauraytaki
Chay paqcha tarikun
juk sunqoyakusqa sacha sachapi:
puqllayqachaq ye atipaq chay kikinmantapacha.
Antikuna ñauraytaki
wairaqpa kunkanmi
pura sayaq qaqakunapi autiq:
wairallamanta paqarisqa zhaqa ancha kallpayuq.
Antikuna ñauraytaki
kunturpa phawayninmi
janaqpachapi qellqayta ruwan:
ricukun allin ruwasqa, zhaqa kausaytataq qon.

Andean music, (English version)

Andean music
is a waterfall
encountered in a quiet forest:
playful and powerful at the same time.

Andean music
is the voice of the wind
that howls among the high rocks:
nothing but air, but nevertheless very strong.

Andean music
is the flight of the condor
making a design against the sky:
it appears to be art, but gives sustenance.
edit on 7-4-2013 by Trueman because: (no reason given)

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