Ronald Roybal | Recuerdos de Chimayo

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Recuerdos de Chimayo

by Ronald Roybal

These contemplative classical guitar compositions beautifully illustrate the healing qualities of the healing place known as Chimayo which is nestled in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains of northern New Mexico. A musical retreat!
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. La Jornada de Fe
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2. El Peregrino
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3. La Sombra Fresca
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4. El Rito
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5. Recuerdos de Chimayo
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6. Impressiones Espanoles
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7. Indita
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8. Spiritu
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9. Vesperos
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10. Talitha Cumi
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Album Notes
"Recuerdos de Chimayo" is a musical pilgrimage to this healing place nestled in the foothills of the Sangre De Cristo mountains of northern New Mexico. The contemplative classical guitar performance and compositions of Ronald Roybal beautifully illustrate the healing qualities of this traditional pilgimage destination. Take a retreat from the stresses of life and journey to the healing place that is Chimayo!

Ronald Roybal is a native of the American Southwest. A descendent of Spanish Colonial and Pueblo (Tewa) peoples, he considers his ability to express both sides of his heritage to be a great gift and responsibility. A completely self-taught musician, Ronald has studied music since his youth and is widely respected as a master performer of the Native American flute as well as the Spanish style guitar. In addition to guitar and flute, he enjoys singing and drumming.

He has been nominated for six Native American Music Awards including Best Instrumental Album (Suite Santa Fe), Best Native Flutist of the Year (Visions of the Fourth World), Best World Music Recording and Best Latin Recording (Eagle's Journey Into Dawn), Best New Age Recording (Blue Corn, Red Earth) and Best Music Video (The Blood Cries Out). He has been featured twice on National Public Radio's Performance Today program for his performance at the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival's Salute to Indian Art Market.

He makes his home in Santa Fe, New Mexico where he performs extensively at area hotels, resorts, restaurants and civic events. In addition to performance, Ronald successfully operates his own recording studio and record label.



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