Ragason | Concierto en Tierra Luna, Xalapa (feat. Ramon Guitierrez & Paul Livingstone)

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Concierto en Tierra Luna, Xalapa (feat. Ramon Guitierrez & Paul Livingstone)

by Ragason

World music crossover of Son Jarocho (traditional folk music of Veracruz, Mexico) and Indian classical raga music. Touches of jazz and classical chamber music weaved into the mix with vocals and sitar, requinto, bansuri and cello on this live recording.
Genre: Latin: Son
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1. La Indita (Live) [feat. Ramon Guitierrez & Paul Livingstone]
Raga Son
9:34 $1.99
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2. Raga Kafi (Live) [feat. Paul Livingstone & Ramon Guitierrez]
Raga Son
7:01 $1.99
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3. Manj Khamaj / Toro Zacamandu (Live) [feat. Ramon Guitierrez & Paul Livingstone]
Raga Son
15:08 $1.99
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4. Bhairavi / Las Poblanas (Live) [feat. Ramon Guitierrez & Paul Livingstone]
Raga Son
14:08 $1.99
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5. Palabras de Ramon (Live) [feat. Paul Livingstone & Ramon Guitierrez]
Raga Son
2:42 album only
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6. Sueño Con Toro (Live) [feat. Ramon Guitierrez & Paul Livingstone]
Raga Son
8:18 $0.99
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A collaboration of new music between India classical ragas and rhythms and Son Jarocho folk tradition of Veracruz. The art of improvisation brings these two disparate traditions together in a way that beautifully demonstrates the universality of music!

Featuring Ramon Guitierrez (Son de Madera) requinto & voice, Paul Livingstone (Arohi Ensemble) on sitar, Patricia Ivison on cello and Nathalie Ramirez on bansuri (Indian flute) with guest artists.

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