Condor Pasa

by Rumilljta

The famous melody of El Condor Pasa is here interpreted at its best by the band Rumillajta using the traditional Andean instrumentation. It has a rise in the tempo near the end.

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City of Stone

City of Stone

Rumillajta meaning city of stone. It's from the ancient Inca language known as Quechua. It refers to Tiwanaku on Lake Titicaca as the first stone in the city and Sacsahuaman and Machu-Picchu as the last cities of stone to be built. This music embraces the early classical rhythms of Quechua and Aymar more…

Artist: Rumilljta

Artist

Other Information

Writer:
A. Robles
Publisher:
Unknown (Awaiting update)
Genres:
Andean, Bolivia and Huay˝o
Instruments:
Quena, Quenacho, Charango, Panpipes, Bombo, Zampo?as and Sikus
Regions:
Bolivia and Andes
Themes:
Love, Relaxation, Ceremonial and Nature
Arrangement:
Group
Tempo:
Medium slow