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Soundway - Colombia! the Golden Age of Discos Fuentes - The Powerhouse of Colombian Music 1960-76

The Golden Age of Discos Fuentes - The Powerhouse of Columbian Music

Boasting 55 tracks spread over two CDs, ‘The Original Sound of Cumbia’ tells the story of some the earliest Colombian Cumbia recorded, a genre that captured a nation, spreading from its birthplace on the Caribbean coast in land to central Colombia and the capital Bogota. Disc 2 sees the evolution of cumbia. Greats of Colombian music like Alberto Pacheco, Toño Fernández & Anibal Velasquez brought the music forward, bringing new influences and instruments to the genre. What had once been ...

Boasting 55 tracks spread over two CDs, ‘The Original Sound of Cumbia’ tells the story of some the earliest Colombian Cumbia recorded, a genre that captured a nation, spreading from its birthplace on the Caribbean coast in land to central Colombia and the capital Bogota. Disc 2 sees the evolution of cumbia. Greats of Colombian music like Alberto Pacheco, Toño Fernández & Anibal Velasquez brought the music forward, bringing new influences and instruments to the genre. What had once been ...

Traditional Colombian Dance in Cartagena | DiscoveringIce.com Dancers perform a traditional Colombian dance and song inside the walls of the old city of Cartagena, Colombia.

How do they dance in Botswana? How about the traditional French dance? And how do the Japanese Geisha express the culture of Japan? Watch the colorful traditional dances from all around the world.

Here we present the most traditional colombian instruments at the heart of Colombian music.

Here we present the most traditional colombian instruments at the heart of Colombian music.

aniceto molina : colombian music

aniceto molina : colombian music

Boston By Air by David L. Ryan: Globe photographer David L. Ryan has for decades captured Greater #Boston from a helicopter and plane. Here, a selection from his new e-book of aerial shots.

Boston By Air by David L. Ryan - The Boston Globe

The Boston Symphony Orchestra announced its new season, which will include Britten’s “War Requiem.” The BSO will also travel to China and Japan, the orchestra’s first international tour since

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