Freitag, 5. Februar 2021

Violeta Parra - El folklore de Chile según Violeta Parra / Violeta Parra en Argentina

Violeta Parra (born October 14, 1917 in San Carlos de Itihue, Chile) was a notable Chilean folklorist and visual artist. She set the basis for Nueva Canción Chilena, a renewal and a reinvention of Chilean folk music. Parra revived the Peña, (now known as La Peña de Los Parra), a community center for the arts and for political activism.

El folklore de Chile según Violeta Parra, also known as Violeta Parra en Argentina, is an album by Violeta Parra released on the Odeón label in June or July 1962. It was recorded at the Odeón studios in Buenos Aires between April 23 and May 4, 1962. Parra lived in Argentina from the spring of 1961 until the fall of 1962. The album contains 14 songs, including traditional Chilean folk songs and original compositions by Parra.

The album cover features a self-portrait painted by Parra. The album was reissued in 1971 under the title "Remembering Violeta Parra".

Tracklist:

"Qué pena siente el alma" (traditional Chilean)
"La pericona dice" o [La pericona] (Violeta Parra - traditional Chilean)
"Salga el sol, salga la luna" (traditional Chilean)
"La mazamorrita de cuatro pies" (traditional Chilean)
"A cantarle a los porte" (Violeta Parra)
"Levántate, Huenchullán" o [Arauco tiene una pena] (Violeta Parra)
"Cantaron los pajaritos" (traditional Chilean)
"Arriba quemando el sol" o [Y arriba quemando el sol] (Violeta Parra)
"Parabienes al revés" (Violeta Parra)
"Cristo cuando vino a nuestro" o [Los santos borrachos] (traditional Chilean)
"Vengo toda avergonzada" o [Señores y señoritas] (traditional Chilean)
"Según el favor del viento" (Violeta Parra)
"Una flor voy a nombrar" o [El romero no lo quiero] (traditional Chilean)
"A la una nací yo" o [A la una] (traditional Chilean)

(224 kbps, cover art included)

2 Kommentare:

Il Commendatore hat gesagt…

Thanks a lot for Violeta Parra!
Cheers

zero hat gesagt…

You are always welcome!

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