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Flor De Verano
Diana Baroni canto, traverso
Lincoln Almada arpa jesuita, cajón
Rafael Guel vihuela, xarana, flautas, canto, percusión guests Tunde Jegede kora
Paul Zauner trombón
Wolfram Derschmidt contrabajo
Recorded by Christoph Burgstaller at Kubinsaal Schärding, Austria, February 2008.
In our program Flor de Verano we wish to recreate an imaginary day, from the survey of the sun until the disappearance of last star; a journey that reflects the richness and popular environment of the colonies.
From the times of the discovery of the New World, cultural syncretism of various kind in South American countries, created a substantial diversity of songs and dances, resulting from meeting and blending of unique cultures.
South American natives, African and Spanish with their Mozarabic past, melt over the years and express his identity and inspiration throughout music during the process of colonization.
The art of troubadours or medieval pregoneros announces the legendary and eternal practice of oral tradition, creating a universe of exquisite freedom. Heard and hawked, day after day, tonadas and pregones weave a network of memories preserving the popular knowledge from South American cultures, bound by the same memory, indelible, and whose sensitivity is the mark of the musical temperament in our America.
Flor de Verano expresses thus, through its journey and its temporality, all the richness of the afro-Amerindian cultures, which recognizes its origin and its authenticity, in such music, such expression.