El Condor Pasa (Daniel Alomia Robles – Peru) – live – CantoAndino

*NEW* CDhttp://www.tunecore.com/music/cantandino

Composicion de Daniel Alomia Robles, Peruano. Quizas la cancion que mas representa la musica Andina en el mundo. Obviamente, NO es un tema de Simon & Garfunkel, quienes utilizaron esta melodia en uno de sus albumes en los sesentas y este se convirtio en un “hit” mundial. Presentamos aca una version al vivo citando un arreglo del grupo Boliviano “Los de Canata”, de un LP que publicaron a mediados de los setenta y que marco un hito en definir estilos nuevos en la musica Andina.

*NEW* CD: http://www.tunecore.com/music/cantandino

Composed by D. Robles, Peru. Perhaps THE most representative song from the Andes folklore. Obviously, NOT composed by Simon & Garfunkel, but the arrangement they made in the 60ies using this melody boosted them and the song to a world hit. This version quotes elements of an arrangement made in the 70ies by LOS DE CANATA (Bolivia).

5 responses to “El Condor Pasa (Daniel Alomia Robles – Peru) – live – CantoAndino

    • The authenticity of folklore is lost in commercialization…It is the hard to find again the authentic! It happen with all folklore, everywhere. I think this version is the closest to the roots of El condor pasa!
      THanks for your comment, and fro visiting Gemma; I’m glad you found something that interested you!


      • I only click, comment, and ‘like’ what I really like and makes sense to me. I don’t think it would be honest to say I ‘like’ everything I look at. That is so not a reflection on the post-er as it is on my lack of well-roundedness. 😉 I’m glad I found somethings too. Makes me feel like there’s hope for me. 🙂


      • I know, Gemma I feel the same here and on Facebook too! But we do understand each others after a while of being around, right? All art is good, it’s the best of us, the best in us…everything is better than being held prisoner of conscience, or worse! So I do understand where you stand!


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