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Tumi Album Chimbaloma
Chimbaloma
Karu Nan
Alberto Maldonado

A fast tempo Ecuadorian melody "Chimbaloma", the name of a village, is sung in Quechua and reminds you of a fiesta with the party spirit. San Juan takes place around June 23rd, coinciding with the mid summer solstice and is a huge party full of bonfires, fireworks, music and dancing.

Tumi Album Chimbaloma
Guacay
Karu Nan
Humberto Cordova

Lively folkloric Andean tune with a sticky melody and chorus lead by a sweet sounding flutes and charango guitars.

San Juan takes place between June 20th till 24th and is a huge party full of bonfires, fireworks, music and dancing.

Tumi Album Chimbaloma
He Resignado
Karu Nan
Traditional

Traditional Bolivian music performed in Ecuador.

Tumi Album Chimbaloma
Gasto Yauicuy
Karu Nan
Humberto Chico

Lively folkloric Andean love tune with a sticky melody lead by the singing and a sweet sounding flute.

Tumi Album Chimbaloma
San Juan De Las Comunidades
Karu Nan
Alberto Tuntaquimba

Probably dedicated to the village or area that gives title to the song, it has a curious beginnings with just stomping and what seems to be a harmonica. In spite of the rough sounding intro, the instrumentation that follows is sweet as honey.

Tumi Album Chimbaloma
Jala Cuitsagu
Karu Nan
Humberto Cordova

This song sounds like the people playing it are having a good time, or are heading somewhere to have it.

Tumi Album Chimbaloma
Cholita Bandida
Karu Nan
Karu Nan

This song can be heard in many folkloric Peruvian, Ecuadorian and Bolivian bands, as it is one of the classics. Talks about dropping tears in the lake of Ayacucho for a bandit woman who stole his feelings

Tumi Album Chimbaloma
Larca Pata
Karu Nan
Humberto Cordova

Lively Quechua song used in the summer solstice festival. When the musicians go from door to door thumping their feet and the owner of the house is obliged to come out with a pot full of chicha (fermented corn beer). A real good foot stompper.

Tumi Album Chimbaloma
Agato Tio
Karu Nan
Humberto Cordova

Lively Quechua song used in the summer solstice festival. When the musicians go from door to door thumping their feet and the owner of the house is obliged to come out with a pot full of chicha (fermented corn beer). Feels very similar to traditional Irish musicians.

Tumi Album Chimbaloma
Tus Lágrimas
Karu Nan
Humberto Cordova

Pan pipes and charango merge together to create this lovely piece.

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