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Awatiñsimply because formed in Bolivia in 1970 to conserve and promote the Andean folk music of the tribe of local people referred to as the Aymara. Among the group’s primary activities is increasing money for the improvement of medical and education of Bolivia’s kids. The group’s name means “to safeguard” or “to view over” within the Aymara vocabulary. Awatiñas includes Miguel Condé, Mario Condé, Vidal Beltran, Eddy Beltran, Juan C. Yujra, and Roberto Yujra. The multi-instrumentalists enjoy a variety of percussion, blowing wind, and string equipment, including panpipes. They will have documented five albums, plus they go back to their homeland for section of each year to greatly help maintain their genuine indigenous audio. The group offers made concert halts throughout European countries, including France, Germany, Austria, Spain, Italy, Holland, Belgium, and Portugal. Two-hour shows are split into specific halves. The very first half features indigenous Quechua outfits and music that started in Bolivia’s even more tropical areas. This design features voice alongside instruments. The rest of the display features indigenous Aymara outfits and music referred to as ikollasuyu, that is even more abstract and performed just on traditional indigenous instruments. Over fifty percent of Bolivia’s human population is definitely of Indian descent, divided between your Quechua and Aymara ethnicities. The previous tribe resides in valleys and lowlands, as the second option lives on the plateau that edges Lake Titicaca.

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Full Name Awatiñas
Music Songs Kullakita, Urphila, Mi Triste Adiós, Wara, Guerrero Aymara, Canto a la Pachamama, Amerindia, Quirquinchos De Corazón, Jilata, Altiplano, Despierta Bolivia, Boquita de Miel, Imillita, El Inka Atahuallpa, Poncho de Vicuña, Desde Lejos, Wiraxucha, Wila Inka, Wilamaj Wilajawa, Tu Traición, Kullaquita, Inca Wila, K'aspani, Chicaloma, Huayño de los Kunthuris, Taypi K'ala, T'awt'aw-Nak'antatayna, Llakt'ata, Sartasiñawi, Sayri, K'antu de Charazani, Suri Sicuris
Albums Viviremos para Siempre, De Colección, Altiplano, El Inka Atahuallpa

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