Hojarasca

by Edgar Villarroel and Kallawaya

A medium tempo sorrowful Andean song about child poverty. The beautiful voice of Edgar Villaroel accompanied by charango, panpipes, guitar and the flute of Bolivian masters of all time Adrian Villanueva.

Albums

Latin Quarter VIII: Perú, Bolivia, Chile & Ecuador: Andean, Indígenas & Folk

Latin Quarter VIII: Perú, Bolivia, Chile & Ecuador: Andean, Indígenas & Folk

Welcome to the Latin quarter where you will find music from all corners of Latin America. This compilation is part of a series from 1 to 10 containing Music from all corners of Latin America. This is the CD number 8 in this series and covers Peru, Chile and Ecuador and covers the Andean, Indigen more…

Artist: Andean Compilation

Shaman

Shaman

The word Kallawaya has its roots in the native Bolivian Aymara language and it stands for shaman or medicine man. These traditional healers of the Andean region have a profound knowledge of natural medicine that goes back more than 500 years. Founded by Edgar Villaroel and Adrian Villanueva both ex- more…

Artist: Kallawaya

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Other Information

Writer:
Victor Ferrel
Publisher:
Tumi Music (Editorial) Ltd
Genres:
Andean, Bolivia and Taquirari
Instruments:
Guitar, Vocals, Quenacho, Charango, Sikus and Percussion
Regions:
Bolivia, Peru and Andes
Theme:
Sadness
Arrangement:
Group
Tempo:
Medium