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A trip through the diversity of black and native Peruvian music.


Javier Corcuera
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A film about characters, characters who are part of a country. Although the film talks about music and musicians, it is not strictly a musical but rather a reflection on personal stories apparently very far apart, stories that look for one another in a country also immersed in the struggle to find itself and create its own identity: Peru. Written by Anonymous

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Spanish | Quechua

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September 2013 (Spain) See more »

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A Documentary of Contemporary Andean and Coastal folk music.
16 February 2014 | by a_marrouSee all my reviews

Excellent photography and filming showing the diverse landscapes and culture of the three geographical regions of Peru: the Amazonian Jungle, the Andean high lands and the Pacific coastal region. The first half of the film is dedicated to the music and dancing of the indigenous Andean artists using their primitive instruments and also modern instruments such as violins and harps. The second half of the film concentrates on the folk traditional music and artists of the more modern Peruvian Coastal Pacific region which is more modern and has much African and Spanish colonial influence. The film is a must to anyone interested in Peruvian indigenous and folk music.

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