Sunday, January 30, 2011

Orquesta Popular Colombiana- Flute Indienne de Colombie (Vogue: Collection Loisirs, CLVLX 548)


Hypnotic Colombian wooden flutes swirl through the polyrhythmic thump of tropical percussions. Cover notes indicate nothing beyond the name of the ensemble. 320 vinyl rip by yours truly.



Download Link: Orquesta Popular Colombiana- Flute Indienne de Colombie (Vogue: Collection Loisirs, CLVLX 548)


6 comments:

* * e d o * * said...

this looks great thanks much!

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Holly said...

You know I love these flutes - thank you, Nick!

Yaolli Toltecayotl said...

muchas gracias, muy buenos discos en este blog.

saludos¡¡¡

Anonymous said...

...the francois trad "flutes indiennes" are a little lazy...in fact, these traditional instruments of indigenous origin are,in structure, much more akin cane or cactus or bamboo basoons, just with a higher pitch, and their hispanic name is "Gaitas"- not to be confused with the european ones that are,in spanish, the bagpipes,hahaha, another bad trad- in fact,looking for that name in colombian music youll find much more from traditional to contemporary fusions!

thanxz for all the great musicaltreasures...

AkioA Da SelAXion

Alberto Arias said...

I am very grateful for your work with this blog, but...
I will be more grateful if you fix the dwnld link for this album.

Anyway take a big hug from Tenerife Island

Jairo Adolfo said...

Aquí tienen un poquito mas de estas "flautas", digo gaitas. Esto es del maestro "Paito" cuando fue a París > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvF1yUU9pH0