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Inca, The Peruvian Ensemble - Vientos Del Sur album

Inca, The Peruvian Ensemble - Vientos Del Sur album Performer: Inca, The Peruvian Ensemble
Title: Vientos Del Sur
Date of release: 1994
Size MP3: 1481 mb
Size FLAC: 1783 mb
Rating: 4.9

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Artist: Inca, The Peruvian Ensemble. Album: Vientos Del Sur. Release year: 1994. Vientos Del Sur: Best 2 songs. Inca, The Peruvian Ensemble - Danza Aymara 03:39. Inca, The Peruvian Ensemble - La Trilla de Arvejas 01:13. Inca, The Peruvian Ensemble: best 2 tracks. Inca, The Peruvian Ensemble - Tarpuy Que siga la farra, 2003 04:09. Inca, The Peruvian Ensemble - Socoroma Que siga la farra, 2003 03:11. Artist: Inca, The Peruvian Ensemble.

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Inti-Raymi song from the album Vientos Del Sur is released on Jan 1994. The duration of song is 03:17. This song is sung by Inca The Peruvian Ensemble. andean peruvian Andean Folk. Estrellita Del Sur. Que Se Acabe. Lejanias. Grooveshark - Free Music Streaming.

Puente del Inca (Spanish "The Inca Bridge"), is a natural arch that forms a bridge over the Las Cuevas River, a tributary of the Mendoza River. It is located in Mendoza Province, Argentina, near Las Cuevas. The nearby hot springs are also named Puente del Inca. Both glaciers and the hot springs were involved in the formation of the arch


A1 Bienvenida 1:00
A2 Vientos Del Sur 3:26
A3 Balseros Del Titicaca 3:18
A4 Danza Aymara 3:40
A5 Mauka Zapato 2:05
A6 Flor De Potosi 3:22
A7 Marinera Punena 3:55
B1 Vaso De Cristal 3:31
B2 Virgenes Del Sol 3:38
B3 Danza De Los Caporales 3:50
B4 Inti-Raymi 3:15
B5 La Trilla De Arvejas 1:12
B6 Pio-Pio 3:38
B7 Despedida 1:00


  • Design [Graphic] – Andy Takajian
  • Guitar, Vocals, Bass – Victor Vento
  • Guitar, Vocals, Bass, Percussion, Recorded By, Mixed By – Guillermo Bordarampé
  • Percussion, Illustration – Tito Ugarte
  • Photography By [Cover] – Allen Altchech
  • Quena, Quenacho, Sampona [Zampoña], Charango, Guitar, Mandolin, Flute [Tarka] – Fernando Popayan
  • Sampona [Zampoña], Percussion – Hector Courtois
  • Vocals, Charango – Cecilia Courtois*


This project was completed with the aid of grants from the California Arts Council and the California Community Foundation.

© 1994 INCA Music
Made in the USA.

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  • Barcode: 712337000249