Alborada - Perriaycuy (Club Amigos de Alborada 2010)HD

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Alborada Peruvian Inca Band plus other Native American Indigenous Music and Dance.
A huge compilation of 45 videos of Alborada Inka music and dance, and other Native American traditional indigenous culture musicians performing their hit songs and shamanic dances. In MPeg4 format - compatible with most DVD players and computers. Tracks: 1. Tatanka; 2. Siwar dance; 3. Kusikug Tam Munanky; 4. Wayanacuy; 5. Ananau; 6. Relampago; 7. Zisary Lucero; 8. Atipanakuy; 9. Kabra Nawy; [outdoor scenes]; 10. Imbabura Sumaq Quilla; [still photos]; 11. Wayrapa Muspuynin; [beautiful, slow]; 12. Ananau [filmed outdoors in Peruvian mountains]; 13. Aun Tusuy; 14. Diaspora; [women dancers, stong beat]; 15. Yuyariway; [slow, sad ballad, still photos]; 16. Canela Huayta; 17. Wayanacuy [clip 2]; 18. White Buffalo; 19. Pukumu Yumuman; 20. Sulla Pag; 21. Wayrapa Muspuynin [clip 2]; 22. Paway Acana; [moving]; 23. Ananau (local characters sing & dance in La Paz]; 24. Chirapaq; 25. Wayar Mayu; [ballad]; 26. Siwar dance NR02; 27. Anquayu; 28. Toro Ara; 29. Love Mountain; [slow, moving]; 30. Presenta, Imagenes; 31. Despidida; 32. Ocarina (Qary Bastidas -Inka Spirit CD); 33. Luz de Primavera (Qary Bastidas - Inka Spirit CD); 34. Ausencia (Qary Bastidas); 35. Luchare (Qary Bastidas "Luchi Por Ti" - Inka Spirit CD); 36. Flor de Lucero (Qary Bastidas - Inka Spirit CD) [Peruvian scenery]; 37. Te Sigo Queriendo (Qary Bastidas) [Peru scenery]; 38. Rio Toro Ara (Qary Bastidas - Inka Spirit CD); 39.Canto Grande (Qary Bastidas - Inka Spirit CD) [Face painting]; 40. Rain Dancing ("Rain Dance by Manatial from Ecuador) 2005 [shamanic scenes]; 41. Way Awan ("Wayrawan" by Manatial); 42. Ly-O-Lay (Manatial); 43. Ninan Tu Sui (by Manatial); 44. Relampago; (by Manatial); 45. Tatanka; (by Manatial) [Native American dance, frame drumming]; Spanish title of this DVD is "Historia Musical de Alborada - "Grandes Exitos". Most songs are in the ancient Quechua language or North American tribal chants

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