Peruvian Music: Jaime Guardia, Amanda Portales, Llanto por Llanto
Guardia is a Peruvian charango player and singer.
He was born in Pauza, Parinacochas province, department of Ayacucho, the February 10, 1933. Considered a master of the Ayacucho regional style of traditional Andean music and one of the world's finest charango players,
he has performed and recorded as a solo act and with the group Lira Pausina.
Amanda Portales is a Peruvian folk singer.
She was born in Lima and is singing more than 40 years to Peru.
The charango is a small South American stringed
instrument of the lute family, about 66 cm long, traditionally made with the
shell of the back of an armadillo. It typically has 10 strings in five courses of 2 strings each, although other variations exist.
Llanto por Llanto Huayno. "Una paloma sobre una rama abre su pico para
cantar…. (Bis) La rama tiembla como quien dice,
hay tu no sabes lo que es amar,….. (Bis) Yo te
querido, yo te amado, tu no has sabido
The Huayno is a genre of popular Andean music, especially common in Peru, Bolivia, and Argentina.
Virgenes del Sol,
Carnaval de Tambobamba,
Flor de Margarita,
Llanto por Llanto. Celebrating 60 years playing charango,
Camino a Potosi,
Hector Soto: Mi Charango,
Cuerdas de Plata.