Guillermo de la Roca - La Flûte Indienne : Aires del Tawantinsuyo

Deep Andean folk melodies from Argentina & Bolivia. This is a sound which, to my ears, has a uniquely haunting way of evoking celebration and tragedy, all at once. This 4-song 45rpm EP, year currently unknown, was released in France by Disques Alvarès, an offshoot affiliate of the classic La Boite a Musique (BAM) record label. Vinyl rip by yours truly.

Release Information
Year: 196x.
Country: Argentina + Bolivia.
Label: Disques Alvarès / BAM.
Side A
1. Aires de Tawantinsuy (folklore)
2. Bailecito Boliviano (folklore Bolivien)

Side B
1. Ay! La Pagaras (Cueca - Bolivie)
2. Aires en Tarka (folklore)
Comments (7)

7 Responses

  1. Holly says:

    I love this Nick, thank you.

  2. Anonymous says:

    killer. loving everything you’ve been putting up lately. many thanks!

  3. Anonymous says:

    This is so nice. Thanks!

    Harry Badaud
    on Gundagurra land

  4. Anonymous says:

    greetings. i love your blog. can you please re-post “Elisabeth Waldo‎– Rites Of The Pagan”. multiupload does’nt work anymore. i’d love to hear this album again. thanks and peace…

  5. Anonymous says:

    love the sound of the sample track. Any chance of this being re-uploaded?


  6. Anonymous says:

    I love this & your mexican uploads too. Cant stop playing it. Where can I get more of this style of music?? Its hard to find! from BB

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