Totó La Momposina - Music of the Atlantic Coast mp3 downloadPerformer: Totó La Momposina
Title: Music of the Atlantic Coast
Style: Afro-Colombian,Colombian,South American Traditions
Location: Studio De La Comédie Des Champs-Elysées, Paris, France
Released: January 8, 1996
Size MP3 version: 1395 mb
Size FLAC version: 1995 mb
Size WMA version: 1542 mb
Format: VOC MPC AU VOX AUD AHX
Totó La Momposina - Music of the Atlantic Coast mp3 download
Openends Productions & Global Nomads Productions presents Toto la Momposina "Danza el Negrito" one of the songs that will be released with her new album "E. .
Toto La Momposina is one of Colombia's leading voices. Backed by musicians who both make and play traditional instruments the group play the folk music of the Mempos Falls in the Atlantic coastal region of Colombia from where they originate.
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Tota la Momposina sings the music of the Atlantic coast backed by a percussion group that includes a marimbula or bass finger-piano and sometimes a cane flute. This and the collection album La Ceiba are non-vallenato releases for a change.
Tota la Momposina sings the music of the Atlantic coast backed by a percussion group that includes a marimbula or bass finger-piano and sometimes a cane flute.
Studio De La Comédie Des Champs-Elysées, Paris, France. Music of the Atlantic Coast.
Colombian music is promoted mainly by the support of the largest record labels, independent companies and the Government of Colombia, through the Ministry of Culture. 1 Caribbean region of Colombia. The most recognized interpreters of traditional Caribbean and Afrocolombian music are Totó la Momposina and Francisco Zumaqué. Main article: Cumbia. Monument to the dance and music of cumbia in El Banco.
Sonia Bazanta Vides (born 1 August 1940), also known as Totó la Momposina, is a Colombian singer of Afro-Colombian and Indigenous descent. She reached international attention with the release of her 1993 album La Candela Viva on Peter Gabriel's Real World Records label. Totó was born in the northern Colombian town of Talaigua Nuevo near Mompox in the Bolívar Department. She is from the fourth generation of her family to be involved with music, and her children are following in the tradition.
Listen to music from Totó La Momposina like El Pescador, Yo Me Llamo Cumbia & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Totó La Momposina. The Spanish invasion five hundred years ago forced the population inland. The music I play has its roots in mixed race," she explains.
Totó la Momposina: The Flower that Appears and Disappears. Totó la Momposina could have been a Colombian Celia Cruz. Instead she has chosen a different path, one which continues the musical traditions of her birthplace, the Atlantic coastal region of Colombia. In this feature written during the period in which she and her band recorded the seminal album La Candela Viva, we see how Totó's artistry connects with a life philosophy and spirituality that has been handed down through the generations.
|1||Aguacero de Mayo||Totó La Momposina||3:11|
|2||Tres Golpes||Totó La Momposina||3:20|
|3||Soledad||Totó La Momposina||3:37|
|4||Mañanitas de Diciembre A. Fernandez||Totó La Momposina||3:55|
|5||El Tigre||Totó La Momposina||2:12|
|6||Mojana Esther Forero||Totó La Momposina||3:08|
|7||Puya Puyara||Totó La Momposina||3:43|
|8||Rosa||Totó La Momposina||3:43|
|9||La Verdolaga||Totó La Momposina||4:09|
|10||Son de Farotas||Totó La Momposina||4:29|
|11||El Piano de Dolores||Totó La Momposina||3:16|
|12||Tambolero||Totó La Momposina||5:17|
|13||La Maya||Totó La Momposina||3:30|
|14||Peyo Torres||Totó La Momposina||2:45|
|15||El Cascabel||Totó La Momposina||2:57|
|16||La [Untitled Track]||Totó La Momposina||2:34|
CreditsCarlos Arguedas - Art Direction, Mixing
Julio Arguedas - Mixing
A. Fernandez - Composer
Esther Forero - Composer
Totó La Momposina - Primary Artist
Claire Lambea - Translation
Marco Vinicio Oyaga - Arranger, Tambor Hembra
J.P. Pellissier - Engineer