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4.0 out of 5 stars with 85 reviews
4.2 out of 5 stars with 108 reviews
The Double-Headed Serpent
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4.6 out of 5 stars with 128 reviews
High in the Andes, in the remote reaches of the altiplano, or high plains, is a region that the Spanish never conquered. There, the language of the Incas is still spoken and sung, and the sounds of pre-Columbian music still echo. The haunting whistle of the pan-pipes, the ancient flutes, and the drums are all featured on Inkuyo's The Double-Headed Serpent.This recording, like Inkuyo's previous work, includes a number of traditional Andean folk songs and dances - some old enough to date back to
Window to the Andes (Music of the Andes)
4.2 out of 5 stars with 127 reviews
Window to the Andes is just that, a glimpse into the magic of the Andes mountains (and culture) where music plays a vital role in Andean daily life. Stretching from Cape Horn almost to Panama, the Andes have seen many cultures and conquering races come and go - over thousands of years. Home to some of the highest mountain peaks on Earth, the mountains have proven magical, even mystical, to any who are lucky enough to witness them. Long regarded by the people as Gods, or Apus, the mountain
Temple of the Sun
4.2 out of 5 stars with 51 reviews
In the ancient capital city of Cuzco, the Incas dedicated the most magnificent monument of their vast empire to the sun god. Covered with sheets of gold, the temple of Coricancha was as impressive as the deity for whom it was built. For centuries it remained a beacon for pilgrims who traveled from the farthest reaches of the Incan kingdom to witness and assist in the daily ceremonies of Coricancha's priests.Like the edifice itself, which was plundered and stripped of its golden treasures when
Music of the Incas: Andean Harp & Violin Music from Ayacucho
4.3 out of 5 stars with 43 reviews
Ayllu Sulca - Classic Andean harp and violin music, from Ayacucho, Peru, Waynos, Marinaras, Pasacalle and Carnavales. Performed by Ayllu Sulca, his five sons and M. Munaylla, drummer..
4.1 out of 5 stars with 58 reviews
10 tracks; 1999.
4.7 out of 5 stars with 53 reviews