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Inca Pacha



Wayra Rodriguez: Cedar Flute, Whistles, Acoustic Effects
Alberto Cacuango: Pan Flute
Erick Holt: Piano and Synthesizer
Kenny Vaughn: Acoustic and Electric Guitar
Dave Rowe: Bass
John Root: Drums


Inca Pacha "Intij Inti"

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"Intij Inti"
01 - Nusta Sagrada
02 - Buscando Amor
03 - Luz De Amor
04 - Dulce Negra
05 - Achachilas
06 - Corazon Viajero
07 - Ojos Estrella
08 - Cuentame
09 - Flor De Mis Suenos
10 - Kollabreizh
11 - Winaya Ajayu
12 - Mercequitay
13 - Khota Hahuana Manta


Inca Pacha "The World Of Andes"

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"The World Of Andes"
01 - Susurro
02 - Yamor
03 - Tempestad
04 - Saya Primavera
05 - Mallku
06 - Jueves De Otono
07 - Encuentros
08 - Jakuchi
09 - Theme From The Godfather
10 - Chuquiagu Marka
11 - Carnavalitos
12 - Dime Tu


Inca Pacha "Spirit Winds"

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"Spirit Winds"
01 - Pachacamac
02 - Mi Noche Triste
03 - El Condor Pasa
04 - Quilluaj
05 - Pajaro Chogui-Pajaro Campana
06 - Raza Milenaria
07 - Huambritos
08 - California Dreamin'
09 - Isla Saca
10 - Guantanamera
11 - Carnavalito
12 - Inti Raymi
13 - Solo Te Pido
14 - A Time for Us


Inka Pacha was founded in 1989 in Peru, South America. Each member of the group studied music at the University of Lima. The exotic sounds of traditional Incan music can be dated back as much as five hundred years ago. This represents one of the most preserved forms of Native American culture. Having played throughout Europe (including Germany, Holland, and France), they have adapted some western influences that have helped them forge their own definitive style. The music of Inka Pacha is a rich cultural experience that enlightens its listeners with stories of an ancient culture of the Andes mountains.

The principal aim of our group "INCA PACHA" is to cultivate the native music of the ethnic groups Quechua and Aymara (Incas), to maintain the traditions, customs, and individual languages of their heritage. These two groups are the native communities of the Andes mountains of Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador. Both Quechua and Aymara have their roots in cultures more than 1000 years old, and they possess a remarkable musical history. The spiritual harmony of man, earth, and the natural environment is a central theme of the musical traditions of the indian villages. Inca Pacha unites musicians from Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador, and here they offer traditional and new melodies performed on the instruments of their heritage. The expressive and soulful songs, some sung in the ancient languages, are rhythmic and romantic - the breath and heart of village life.


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