Llora, Llora CorazÃ³n is a folk song from northern Peru of the early 20th century, popularized in the 60s by Carmencita Lara. This track is included in Felipe Albertoâ€™s Alma del Ayer album. Alma del Ayer is a collection of traditional Peruvian music recorded and produced independently in Saskatoon, Canada in the studio of Josh J. Palmer. All the songs were recorded with traditional instruments to maintain the authenticity of the criollo and and andean musical genres. Alma del Ayer is a work inspired by love for Peruvian music and the musical legacy of the latin america.
Thank you Branding AvatarÂ in collaboration with J.M.R. Public Relations for all your enthusiasm, support, and guidance on the Alma del Ayer project. Alma del Ayer is an album devoted to showcasing the Peruvian style known as Musica Criolla, a product of African, Spanish, and Andean sounds fused over 500 years. Special thanks to Steve Owens for believing in the project and submitting it to the 58th Grammy Awards.
Saturday, May 30, 2015 I was honoured to perform as a special guest on Una y Mil VocesÂ hosted by Bartola on PerÃºâ€™s national television station, TV PerÃº. It was wonderful to share the stage again with friends such as Jorge Pardo, Jorge Luis Jasso, Alejandro Velasquez, Julie Freundt, and Julio Andrade. That particular two hour edition of Una y Mil VocesÂ was to honour famed Peruvian composer, FÃ©lix Pasache. As such I sang one of his most famous songs, Nuesto Secreto translated into French.
Thank you to the lovely people of Standout Publications for the wonderful interview and article on Alma del Ayer in their Summer 2015 issue.
Enjoy the article!
May 30, 2015, after shows in New York and New Jersey, Pasache Music repeats the acclaimed Homenaje a Pasache concert at home in Lima, Peru. The concert will be held at El Plebeyo in the BreÃ±a district of Lima.
Six weeks after their last appearance together in New York, Felipe Alberto, Jorge Luis Jasso, and Julio Andrade will share the stage again. They will be accompanied by Alejandro Velasquez on guitar, Coqui Leturia on Cajon, and Segundo Flores on bass.
Tickets: $40 at the door
From the bottom of my heart I thank the La Guarida Musical, from Madrid, Spain, for the interviews. Â It is clear that this blog is driven entirely out of love for music.
Today I present you with the video of La ApaÃ±adora, a beautiful tondero by Peruvian composer â€“ Alicia MaguiÃ±a. I hope you enjoy it. This project is my labour of love and admiration for the cultural legacy of Peruâ€™s traditional music. I hope that this project helps to foment a great appreciation for this musical genre. You can also listen this cover of La Apanadora on my Muzooka profile.
Created by FELIPE ALBERTO and L&C STYLE PRODUCTIONS
Filming Locations: La Ciudad de Calgary, The Beach Advanced Audio Production, Beckerâ€™s Ranch
Actors: Jill MarÃa Robinson, Willy GarcÃa Ascencio, RaÃºl Javier LeguÃa Camino
Percussion: Miguel Canal Aguirre
Along with Willy GarcÃa on cajon and congas, we gave the â€œFur Â & Feathersâ€ art exposition at Studio CÂ a touch of Latin music.