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Tumi Album Malabarisias
La Oscurita
Quimantu
Mauricio Venegas

A slow-tempo melody. This song in the Argentinean traditional style of Chacarera has a springy and playful feel to the rhythm and instrumentation. Saxophone and violin provide sensuous melodic counterpoints with the bombo and hand clapping accentuating the rhythmic syncopations of the style.

The poetic song lyrics (Spanish) are those of a lover in the mountains.

Tumi Album Malabarisias
Invernia
Quimantu
Traditional

A slow-tempo melody. This is the Galician traditional tune with beautiful harmony on the strings and deep atmospheric sound. Galicia[1] (Galician pronunciation: [?a?li?ja]) is an autonomous community and historic region, in northwest Spain, with the status of a historic nationality, and descends from one of the first tribes of Celtic heritage in Europ

Tumi Album Malabarisias
Tu Olivido
Quimantu
Mauricio Venegas

A slow-tempo melody. The languorous and sensuous lines of the vocal melody of this song are intertwined with piano and saxophone lines. The saxophone refrain is reminiscent of Sting's Englishman in New York.

The song lyrics (Spanish) speak of the thirst for a love that is long gone.

Tumi Album Malabarisias
The wraggle taggle gypsies
Quimantu
Traditional

A fast-melody. She's gone with the wraggle taggle gypsies, O! / O saddle to me my milk-white steed, / Go and fetch me my pony, O! / That I may ride and seek my bride. This is an old Celtic tune.

Tumi Album Malabarisias
La Ă‘usta
Quimantu
Mauricio Venegas

A fast-tempo celebratory song in the engaging Andean dance style of Tonada Potosina. The rich instrumentation blends traditional Andean instruments with saxophone and violin and the contemporary backing of keyboards and drum kit brings the strong rhythmic character to life.

The lyrics (Spanish) tell of the celebration of the festival of La Tirana in the north of Chile.

Tumi Album Malabarisias
Malabarisias
Quimantu
Mauricio Venegas

A fast-tempo Guitar and violin take the lead in this lively instrumental in the Uruguayan rhythmic style of Candombe. The track has a sparkling and virtuosic swing, with some surprises and unexpected turns.

Tumi Album Malabarisias
Sudamerica
Quimantu
Carlos Canzani

A slow-tempo melody. The soft and melancholic male and female vocals makes this tune a very easy listening and peaceful tune.

Tumi Album Malabarisias
Quienes
Quimantu
Mauricio Venegas

A slow-tempo sad melody; "Qienes son los culpables?" ? Whose fault is it? the lyrics ask in this touching and reflective song about a child born into the despair of poverty. The solo 'cello lines take the message straight to the heart. (Spanish lyrics)

Tumi Album Malabarisias
Danzagua
Quimantu
Mauricio Venegas

A slow charming opening from the sweet sounding charango, with its bell-like sequences set the scene for a smoothly running 'cello melody.

Tumi Album Malabarisias
Playa y Tonada
Quimantu
Mauricio Venegas

A slow gentle expressive melody on 'cello is accompanied by light strings and hand drums, expanding in the second half into a fuller string arrangement. The track has the mood of times past happily remembered.

Tumi Album Malabarisias
Parece mentira
Quimantu
Peteco Carabajal

A medium-temp melody. The lyrics say I think you do not want me any more and I think there is nothing except some ashes left from this relationship.

Tumi Album Malabarisias
El Mar, El Mar
Quimantu
Mauricio Venegas

A medium-tempo melody. An expressive opening solo from fretless bass with warm violins in support sets the mood for this gentle and tender bolero. The rising lines of the vocal melody are interwoven with solo guitar lines. A song for an evening drink reminiscing of a faded love as the sun sets over the sea. (Spanish lyrics)

Tumi Album Malabarisias
Chubascos
Quimantu
Mauricio Venegas

A slow-tempo melody. A sequence of gently falling charango patterns is supported by a deep drum rhythm. As the mood develops a wistful violin melody in a minor key is added leading to atmospheric string tremolos with a plaintive rhythm from the Brazilian cuica.

Tumi Album Malabarisias
Maromas
Quimantu
Mauricio Venegas

A fast-temp lively festive dance in the rhythm of a Celtic jig is led by violins with bright charango and rhythm guitar and drum kit adding to the joyful spirit. The rollicking rhythm of the opening gradually speeds up for an exhilarating finish.

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