La Orquesta Chaonda | Herencia

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Herencia

by La Orquesta Chaonda

Cuban charanga music at its best by the top Orchestra in Miami
Genre: Latin: Charanga
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1. Que Suene La Flauta
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2. Repicando Bata
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3. Este si no Pasara
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4. Busca Los Lentes
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5. Pare Cochero
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6. Almendra
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7. El Bodeguereo
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8. Jardinero del Amor
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9. Tu no sabes de Amor
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10. Caminito de Guarena
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11. Si Envidia
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12. Cachita
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Album Notes
Chaonda is the brainchild of Cuban Violinist virtuoso Gerardo Aguillon and the excellent Dominican Flutist Gerardo Pena. The concept for Herencia was to honor the great Charanga Bands of the past, among them La Orquesta Aragon and they have achieved an incredible sound and quality in this recording. If you like dancing to Cuban Rhythms, this CD is for you. Incredibly happy music to keep your spirits going.


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Jeanne Devin

Traditional charanga raised to the next level.
At last: a CD that allows us to hear traditional charanga as it was meant to be heard all along. Orquesta Chaonga may not be the first or only contemporary band that has produced such recordings, but there's no doubt that modern advances in sound quality have allowed these artists to take this musical style to the next level. Had Xavier Cugat, Orquesta Aragon, and others like them had the technology now available to orchestras like Chaonga, perhaps these rhythms would have enjoyed even greater popularity in their day, and remained so until now among non-Latinos.