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Various - Venezuela - Folklore Regional Los Andes MP3

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Performer: Various
Title: Venezuela - Folklore Regional Los Andes
Country: Venezuela
Released: 2005
Category: Latin / World, Folk & Country
Rating: 4.5
Catalog #: F-1001
Label: Velvet


1Serenata GalanteConticinio - Vals Trujillano
Written-By – Laudelino Mejías
2Estudiantina LiuniDorelis - Vals
Written-By – Domingo Moreti
3Luis Alfonso MartosPreciosa Merideña
Written-By – Pedro Castellanos
4Luis Alfonso MartosTrigales - Vals
Written-By – Luis Alfonso Martos
5Estudiantina LiuniAmanhecer - Bambuco
Written-By – F. Pérez
6Conjunto Los NevadosBailadores
Written-By – Ysolis Ramírez
7Cuarteto PuebloMi Ranchito Andino
Written-By – Luis Alfonso Martos
8Héctor MurgaBrisas Del Torbes - Bambuco
Written-By – Luis Felipe Ramón Y Rivera
9Quinteto EnreyTrujillo
Written-By – Juan Ramón Barrios
10Orquesta Típica TachirenseLos Viejitos - Vals Merideño
Written-By – José Rafael Rivas
11Orquesta Típica MerideñaSortilegio
Written-By – Hildebrando Rodriguez
12Orquesta Típica TachirensePunta E´ Soga - Joropo
Written-By – José Telésforo Jaime
13Conjunto Los NevadosEnsueño Merideño
Written-By – Ysolis Ramírez
14Orquesta Lyra Del TáchiraHomenaje Al Maestro
Written-By – Onofre Moreno Vargas
15Luis Alfonso MartosCanto A Trujillo
Written-By – Luis Alfonso Martos
16Orquesta Típica NacionalLejanía
Vocals – E. Garcia , Ramón, Ofelia Written-By – Luis Felipe Ramón Y Rivera
17La Cantoria De MéridaMucuchiés - Vals
Lyrics By – Luis Alfonso MartosMusic By – Amador López Riviera
18Coro Infantil VenezuelaCantos De Mi Tierra - Bambuco Del Táchira
Written-By – Carlos Ramirez Muzzi, L. Armas, L. Flores
19Orquesta Lyra Del TáchiraHoras Tranquilas
Written-By – Alfonso Espinel Gómez
20Grupo RaicesPico Del Águila
Written-By – Pablo Camacaro


  • Artwork, DesignRafael Mattey
  • Coordinator [Production Coordinator]Ely R. Suárez Montaño
  • Liner NotesJesús R Colmenero
  • Mastered ByEfraín Osuna
  • ProducerKiko Contreras


2005 Velvet de Venezuela S.A.
Hecho en Venezuela, by Velvet de Venzuela S.A.


  • Barcode: 7 591048 505181
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LR86
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 3Y04
  • Mastering SID Code (CD Moulded Mfg. Info): CD HECHO EN COLOMBIA WWW.CDSYSTEMS.COM.CO
  • Mastering SID Code: 58092 00028819
  • Other (Legal Deposit): FD2302005341


  • Manufactured By – Velvet De Venezuela S.A.
  • Made By – CD Systems De Colombia S.A.


The Venezuelan Andes Spanish: Andes Venezolanos also simply known as the Andes Spanish: Los Andes in Venezuela, are a mountain system that form the northernmost extension of the Andes. They are fully identified, both by their geological origin as by the components of the relief, the constituent rocks and the geological structure. The Venezuelan Andean system represents the terminal bifurcation of the Cordillera Oriental de Colombia, which in Venezuelan territory consists of two mountainous. Album 1995 15 Songs. Folklore de Venezuela, Vol. Various Artists. or open in our Desktop free to A Traves de los Andes Folklore Sudamericano El Condor Pasa, Carnavalito and more. 15 tracks 34:41. Andes Folklore del Altiplano. CD - ANS 13010. Overview . Caripuyo Torrecita. Mallku De Los Andes. Vieja y Solterona. Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от Rafael Mattey на маркетплейсе - De Los Andes 2001. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. New Age Ethnic. Songs in album Andes - De Los Andes 2001. Andes - En MI Sueno. Andes - Cruda Manzanita. Andes - Amanecer Del Condor. Andes - Amore De MI Vida. Andes - Liliacha Del Campo. The Lost Andes - Voices from the Andes. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Viento de los Andes plays traditional music from South America with pecial emphasis on the melodies and rhythms of Ecuador. The music is played on traditional instruments bamboo flutes called samponas and uenas, guitars drums and a small guitar-like instrument called harrangos. Jose Arciniegas, director of Viento de los Andes was born in Imbabura in Ecuador. He was raised in the small Andean town of Atuntaque near the famous market town of Otovalo where the indian traditions are still strong and viable and where traditional music is heard everywhere. Jose began to play music at the age of ten