Llorando se fue

by K'Jarkas

The original melody of "La Lambada", here at an earlier, slower version, with the full lyrics in Spanish.

The word K'jarkas stands for 'strength' in native Bolivian Aymara language and their strength lies in the sheer variety of their musical repertoire.

Their music is a blend of Andean folk ballads and songs with a political message. They stand against cultural colonialism and for the development of an authentic Native American identity. Llorando se fue is the original version of the huge international hit La Lambada. Composed by the band founders, the Hermosa brothers, this is a beautiful melody representing the superb song writing skills of its authors.

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The music of K'jarkas is a blend of Andean folk ballads and songs with a political message. They stand against cultural colonialism and for the development of an authentic Native American identity. Their famous song "Llorando se fue" which internationally was their greatest hit called "Lambada" is more…

Artist: K'Jarkas

Artist

Other Information

Writer:
Ulises Hermosa
Publisher:
Unknown (Awaiting update)
Genres:
Andean, Bolivia and Folklor Bolivia
Instruments:
Guitar, Vocals, Quena, Quenacho, Charango, Panpipes, Bombo, Zampo?as, Guiro and Percussion
Regions:
Bolivia, Peru and Andes
Arrangement:
Group
Tempo:
Medium