Roberto Mukaro Borrero | Dance of the Mountain People: Indigenous Taino Music

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Dance of the Mountain People: Indigenous Taino Music

by Roberto Mukaro Borrero

Traditional rhythms and melodies, ancient language, the sounds of the tropical forest - Indigenous Peoples music from the Caribbean island region. This is Taino Music!
Genre: World: Native American
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1. Iguana Dance (El Baile de la Iguana)
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3:02 album only
2. Medicine Dance (El Baile de la Medicina)
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2:36 album only
3. Mother Earth Song (Cancion de Kaguana)
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4:04 album only
4. Field Spirit Dance (El Baile de Baibrama)
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3:06 album only
5. Lamentation of the Great Sun Chief (El Lamento de Agueibana)
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5:07 album only
6. Owl Dance (El Baile del Mukaro)
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4:44 album only
7. Night Spirit Dance (El Baile de las Hupias)
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2:28 album only
8. Dance of the Mountain People (El Baile del Jibaro)
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2:44 album only
9. Dance of Korokote (EL Baile de Korokote)
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2:23 album only
10. Song of the Sea Turtle (Cancion del Karei)
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3:13 album only
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Roberto Mukaro Borrero, a Boriken Taino uses wood (maiohuakan), turtle shell (hikotea), and skin drums as well as flutes (bahio, okarina), rattle (maraka), sea shell horns (guamo), gourd rasps (guahei), chants, and the natural sounds of Mother Earth (Atabeira / Kaguana) to lead listeners on a musical journey to the indigenous Caribbean... This is the traditional style music of the Taino People, the very first "Native Americans" to meet Columbus in 1492. Taino Music of today!


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