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Tumi Album Violins from the Andes
Pasacalle
Familia Pillco, Juan Charalla and Enrique Pillco feat. Reynaldo Pillco
Reynaldo Pillco

A slow tempo but joyful instrumental. Two violins and harp played by the master of violin: Reynaldo Pillcos . Lively mariners dances, yaravis and huaynos-popular music created by the Bachs and Schuberts of the Americas.

Tumi Album Violins from the Andes
En mi Pobreza
Familia Pillco, pilco, familia pilco and pillco
Manuel Pilco

En mi Pobreza played by the familia pilco of Cusco, Peru. A slow tempo harp and guitar backed melody and a joyful instrumental. Inspired by the deep nostalgia created by change from country to city life.

Tumi Album Violins from the Andes
Soqlla K'asa
pillco, familia pilco, pilco and Familia Pillco
Reynaldo Pillco

"Soqlla K'asa"A slow tempo but joyful instrumental. Snow covered mountains in Peru. An Andean classical tune.

Performeb by three generations of violin and string players, Familia Pillco from Cusco, Peru.

Tumi Album Violins from the Andes
Gentil Gaviota
Familia Pillco, pilco, familia pilco and pillco
Traditional

A slow tempo but joyful instrumental. White bird with ash coloured back..a seagull flying across the plateau.

A slow tempo but joyful instrumental. Original melody made up of three rhythms or motifs: an introductory marinera then comes Yaravi and so on.

"Gentil Gaviota"A slow tempo but joyful instrumental. Snow covered mountains in Peru. An Andean classical tune.

Performed by three generations of violin and string players, Familia Pillco from Cusco, Peru.

Tumi Album Violins from the Andes
Para que Dios me dé
Familia Pillco, pilco, familia pilco and pillco
Traditional

A slow tempo but joyful instrumental. Popular theme played by romantic bohemians and dedicated to the lover in serenades offered at dawn.

A slow and soothing melody but joyful instrumental. Inspired by the beautiful landscape of Cusco.

"Para que Dios me dé"A slow tempo but joyful instrumental. Snow covered mountains in Peru. An Andean classical tune.

Performed by three generations of violin and string players, Familia Pillco from Cusco, Peru.

Joyful theme of love finishing with two huaynos.

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