Mauricio Amaya | Fields of War and Peace

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Fields of War and Peace

by Mauricio Amaya

RELAXING AND SOOTHING CONTEMPORARY INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC FROM THE ANDES MIXED WITH ACOUSTIC LATIN FOLK SONGS.
Genre: World: Andean Folk
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1. Willkamayu: River of Stars in the Sky
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2. El Arado
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3. The Feather and the Veil
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6:59 $0.99
4. Flor De Un Dia
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5. El Salvador
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4:21 $0.99
6. Desde Las Nubes
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6:05 $0.99
7. Tierra Y Amor
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8. Kindred Spirits
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9. Todo Cambia
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10. La Noche De Las Luciernagas
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11. Campos De Guerra Y Paz
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Mauricio Amaya is a singer and multi-instrumentalist from El Salvador, possesing a well established andean influence. His music beginnigns in El Salvador started with the classical guitar, under Jose Candido Morales, a student of the great Agustin Barrios "Mangore". His focus quickly changed from classical to the folklore after the first time he heard the earthy, haunting, and profound sound of the music from the andes. He plays guitar, charango, panflutes, kena, venezuelan cuatro, native american flutes, and many percussion instruments. Mauricio Amaya now lives in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.


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Jdm

Great!!!
I love Andean music. So much so that I gave this to a friend to use for mood music. Great sounds

John Mundy

Love the sound. So do my friends.
I played it for a party and I had several requests for the name. Great background music. Non-intrusive