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Voices of the Andes (Deluxe)

Voices of the Andes (Deluxe) by Scarlet D'Carpio
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Scarlet D'Carpio

Label: MVM Music
Released: 2018
Duration: 00:16:00
Views: 237

Track Listing

Suray Surita; H’acuchu; W’ay; Chililin Uth’aja; Huiracocha; Suray Surita (English Version)


Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Anibal Seminario & Rayner Fernández: Sequences & Programming; Anibal Seminario: Producer/Arranger/Clarinet; Anibal Seminario & Lorenzo Ferrero: Arrangements 1,2,4,5,6; Anibal Seminario: Arrangement & Adaptation 3; Teodoro Valcárcel: Composer; Rayner Fernández. Recording & Mixing Engineer; Diana Bravo & César Benitez: Assistant Recording Engineers; Boris Milán: Mastering Engineer; Pablo Li & Vital D’Carpio: Executive Production; Fabricio Aguirre: Graphic Design; Luana Yañez: Photography; MVM Music: Music Label; Corchea Recording Studio: Recording Studio (Paramount,CA).

Album Description

A lyrical classical work that condenses important pieces of Peruvian Andean Music. Originally written by Theodoro Valcarcel in 1930 for voice and piano only; now presented by classical singer Scarlet D'Carpio and the new adaptations for chamber ensemble by Anibal Seminario & Lorenzo Ferrero. Voices of the Andes was produced in Los Angeles, California and recorded at Corchea Recording Studios by Rayner Fernandez & Anibal Seminario.


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