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Cergio Prudencio // Antología 1: Obras para la Orquesta Experimental de Instrumentos Nativos 2xLP

Cergio Prudencio // Antología 1: Obras para la Orquesta Experimental de Instrumentos Nativos 2xLP

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We have received works from Buh Records, an experimental label specializing in Latin America from Lima, Peru.

This work is a 2024-disc record released in February 2 by Bolivian composer Cergio Prudencio.

Contains 9 songs that blend Aymara traditional music and contemporary music. Booklet included.

Below is a commentary by the label.

"The works of Bolivian composer Cergio Prudencio (born 1955 in La Paz) are inseparable from the project of the Orquesta Experimental de Instrumentos Nativos (OEIN), which he co-founded in 1980 and of which he is honorary director. OEIN is one of the most challenging musical adventures to come out of Bolivia and Latin America.

OEIN has brought the tradition of Aymara music into the realm of contemporary music, creating a new world of sound. In the composer's words, it is "to find elements of change and transformation in indigenous musical concepts and to establish historical continuity." This incorporation is not only based on the use of indigenous instruments, but also includes the integration of the socio-historical background and philosophy of Andean indigenous peoples.

In addition to the formation of ensembles with indigenous instruments of the highlands (chicas, tarkas, mojosenos, pinquillos, huankaras, seeds, drums, etc.), three structural principles govern Aymara music: the alternation of sounds between two musicians; The foundation is ``alcaira,'' which involves the formation of a large ensemble of instrumentalists and amplification of sound, and ``tropa,'' which involves the formation of a large ensemble of instrumentalists and amplification of sound, and ``huaquinha,'' which means the power of community. According to Cergio Prudencio, the sonic and expressive identity of Andean highland sounds, like that of OEIN, derives from these principles.

With the release of Cergio Prudencio - Antología 1: Obras para la Orquesta Experimental de Instrumentos Nativos [Sergio Prudencio - Antología 1: Experimental Works for Orchestra of Native Instruments], we are pleased to share this richness of thought and sound, And you can delve into the work of radical and radical artists whose decolonization also opens the door to experimentation and the new. These compositions project historical memory into the present and construct new horizons.

This is especially evident in works like ``La ciudad'' (1980), which is included on this album. This work led to the formation of OEIN, as it led to an understanding of the soundscape of highland cities, a geography that would be incomprehensible without Sixx's group. On the other hand, "Cantos insurgentes" was composed from material used in the soundtrack of the film "Insurgentes" by Bolivian film director Jorge Sanjines (founder of Grupo Ukamau), with whom Cergio Prudencio has collaborated for many years as a film music creator. (2012). Cergio Prudencio's work has followed a variety of musical paths, including music for traditional Western instruments, music for film and video, electroacoustic music, and chamber opera. This album, consisting of works such as "Tríptica" (1985), "Otra ciudad" (2005) and "Cantos funerales" (2015), provides an artistic and important journey in the trajectory of Prudencio and OEIN. ing. "

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more Buh Records releases available at Tobira.

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2 x 12" black vinyl.

tracklist:

1. Cantos insurgentes (2012) 18:49
2. Triptica (1985-86) 05:56
3. Otra ciudad I (2005) 02:40
4. Otra ciudad II (2005) 03:43
5. Otra ciudad III (2005) 04:06
6. Otra ciudad IV (2005) 01:35
7. Otra ciudad V (2005) 02:55
8. La Ciudad (1980) 22:20
9. Cantos Funerals (2015) 21:21

Text excerpt by Buh Records:

"The work of Bolivian composer Cergio Prudencio (La Paz, 1955) is indissolubly linked to the project of the Orquesta Experimental de Instrumentos Nativos [Experimental Orchestra of Native Instruments] (OEIN), which he co-founded in 1980 and of which he is the emeritus director. It constitutes one of the most challenging adventures in the music that has emerged in Bolivia and Latin America.

The OEIN is the result of the incorporation of Aymara musical traditions into the realm of contemporary music to produce a new sonic world. In the composer's words, it is about "...finding in the indigenous conception of music, elements of change and transformation , to establish a historical continuity." This incorporation is not only based on using native instruments but also involves integrating their socio-historical context and philosophies from the Andean indigenous world.

In addition to forming ensembles with highland native instruments (sikus, tarkas, mohoceños, pinkillos, wankaras, seeds, drums, etc.), the foundation is laid on the three structural principles that govern Aymara music: "arca-ira," which means alternation of sounds between two musicians; "tropa," which involves the formation of large ensembles of instrumentalists and sound amplificationand "wakiña," meaning community strength. According to Prudencio, the acoustic and expressive identity of Andean-highland sounds originates from these principles, as does that of the OEIN.

The release of Cergio Prudencio - Antología 1: Obras para la Orquesta Experimental de Instrumentos Nativos [Cergio Prudencio - Anthology 1: Works for the Experimental Orchestra of Native Instruments] allows us to delve into this wealth of thought and sounds, into the work of a fundamental and radical artist, for whom decolonization is also an opening to experimentation and the new. These compositions project a historical memory into the present, constructing new horizons."

Artist: Cergio Prudencio

Label: Buh Records

CAT No: BR181

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We have received works from Buh Records, an experimental label specializing in Latin America from Lima, Peru.

This work is a 2024-disc record released in February 2 by Bolivian composer Cergio Prudencio.

Contains 9 songs that blend Aymara traditional music and contemporary music. Booklet included.

Below is a commentary by the label.

"The works of Bolivian composer Cergio Prudencio (born 1955 in La Paz) are inseparable from the project of the Orquesta Experimental de Instrumentos Nativos (OEIN), which he co-founded in 1980 and of which he is honorary director. OEIN is one of the most challenging musical adventures to come out of Bolivia and Latin America.

OEIN has brought the tradition of Aymara music into the realm of contemporary music, creating a new world of sound. In the composer's words, it is "to find elements of change and transformation in indigenous musical concepts and to establish historical continuity." This incorporation is not only based on the use of indigenous instruments, but also includes the integration of the socio-historical background and philosophy of Andean indigenous peoples.

In addition to the formation of ensembles with indigenous instruments of the highlands (chicas, tarkas, mojosenos, pinquillos, huankaras, seeds, drums, etc.), three structural principles govern Aymara music: the alternation of sounds between two musicians; The foundation is ``alcaira,'' which involves the formation of a large ensemble of instrumentalists and amplification of sound, and ``tropa,'' which involves the formation of a large ensemble of instrumentalists and amplification of sound, and ``huaquinha,'' which means the power of community. According to Cergio Prudencio, the sonic and expressive identity of Andean highland sounds, like that of OEIN, derives from these principles.

With the release of Cergio Prudencio - Antología 1: Obras para la Orquesta Experimental de Instrumentos Nativos [Sergio Prudencio - Antología 1: Experimental Works for Orchestra of Native Instruments], we are pleased to share this richness of thought and sound, And you can delve into the work of radical and radical artists whose decolonization also opens the door to experimentation and the new. These compositions project historical memory into the present and construct new horizons.

This is especially evident in works like ``La ciudad'' (1980), which is included on this album. This work led to the formation of OEIN, as it led to an understanding of the soundscape of highland cities, a geography that would be incomprehensible without Sixx's group. On the other hand, "Cantos insurgentes" was composed from material used in the soundtrack of the film "Insurgentes" by Bolivian film director Jorge Sanjines (founder of Grupo Ukamau), with whom Cergio Prudencio has collaborated for many years as a film music creator. (2012). Cergio Prudencio's work has followed a variety of musical paths, including music for traditional Western instruments, music for film and video, electroacoustic music, and chamber opera. This album, consisting of works such as "Tríptica" (1985), "Otra ciudad" (2005) and "Cantos funerales" (2015), provides an artistic and important journey in the trajectory of Prudencio and OEIN. ing. "

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more Buh Records releases available at Tobira.

----------------------

2 x 12" black vinyl.

tracklist:

1. Cantos insurgentes (2012) 18:49
2. Triptica (1985-86) 05:56
3. Otra ciudad I (2005) 02:40
4. Otra ciudad II (2005) 03:43
5. Otra ciudad III (2005) 04:06
6. Otra ciudad IV (2005) 01:35
7. Otra ciudad V (2005) 02:55
8. La Ciudad (1980) 22:20
9. Cantos Funerals (2015) 21:21

Text excerpt by Buh Records:

"The work of Bolivian composer Cergio Prudencio (La Paz, 1955) is indissolubly linked to the project of the Orquesta Experimental de Instrumentos Nativos [Experimental Orchestra of Native Instruments] (OEIN), which he co-founded in 1980 and of which he is the emeritus director. It constitutes one of the most challenging adventures in the music that has emerged in Bolivia and Latin America.

The OEIN is the result of the incorporation of Aymara musical traditions into the realm of contemporary music to produce a new sonic world. In the composer's words, it is about "...finding in the indigenous conception of music, elements of change and transformation , to establish a historical continuity." This incorporation is not only based on using native instruments but also involves integrating their socio-historical context and philosophies from the Andean indigenous world.

In addition to forming ensembles with highland native instruments (sikus, tarkas, mohoceños, pinkillos, wankaras, seeds, drums, etc.), the foundation is laid on the three structural principles that govern Aymara music: "arca-ira," which means alternation of sounds between two musicians; "tropa," which involves the formation of large ensembles of instrumentalists and sound amplificationand "wakiña," meaning community strength. According to Prudencio, the acoustic and expressive identity of Andean-highland sounds originates from these principles, as does that of the OEIN.

The release of Cergio Prudencio - Antología 1: Obras para la Orquesta Experimental de Instrumentos Nativos [Cergio Prudencio - Anthology 1: Works for the Experimental Orchestra of Native Instruments] allows us to delve into this wealth of thought and sounds, into the work of a fundamental and radical artist, for whom decolonization is also an opening to experimentation and the new. These compositions project a historical memory into the present, constructing new horizons."

Artist: Cergio Prudencio

Label: Buh Records

CAT No: BR181