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Yaki Kandru

Yaki Kandru

Yaki Kandru


In 1971, in Colombia, Jorge Lopez Palacio, singer and anthropologist, share with his group for the desert of Goajira charged with an immense basket full of musical instruments, it is to offer to Goajiros a concert made up of music and songs amérindiens, and to make known to them thus, the existence and the culture of other Indian groups. This teaching work based on solidarity with the Indian communities, it will learn the musical, philosophical Read more on Last.fm
In 1971, in Colombia, Jorge Lopez Palacio, singer and anthropologist, share with his group for the desert of Goajira charged with an immense basket full of musical instruments, it is to offer to Goajiros a concert made up of music and songs amérindiens, and to make known to them thus, the existence and the culture of other Indian groups. This teaching work based on solidarity with the Indian communities, it will learn the musical, philosophical and human lessons which will give direction to the artistic step of Yaki Kandru whose creations will be presented in very many concerts, in Latin America then in Europe. In this long history, this concert inaugurates a new stage. It affirms the fundamental role of the song in the indigenous cultures and the value symbolic system of the voice, voice which knows the world, poetizes it. This concert, testimony of alive cultures, is a homage to the indigenous people of Americas, their creativity, their philosophies, their fights. This concert " Music of the World " invites to the meeting, opens with new spaces of poetry and creation. Of its foundation at our days, this group carried out several discs and of the hundreds in concerts in Latin America, Europe and Africa. The Musical Journey The musical voyage to which invites us the group Yaki Kandru crosses America. Throughout this voyage which leaves Alaska, passes by Mexico, makes the turning by the Amazonian forest, stretches itself until Patagonie to return on banks of Orénoque, the two musicians Jorge Lopez Palacio, founder and director of the group and Sylvie Blasco make us discover the beauty and the force of the musics and the traditional songs of the Indian people of Americas. The voyage introduces us with the music of ritual origin. It takes us along to the Yaqui Indians of Mexico with the vibrating rate/rhythm of the scrapers at the time of the dnse of the stag.

It leads us at the Indians of the plains colombo-vénézuéliennes whose horns of bamboos to the sounds envoûtants terrified Spanish at the time of the conquest. Further, the voyage sticks to the echoes of the everyday life. A Eskimo mother sings with her child, a Yécuana woman accompanies by her song the harvest of the manioc. The voyage astonishes the eyes: polished water-bottles, giant flutes, maracas on which is painted the paths of the mythical ants, horns with the rebounded bellies, pearly shells with the tone. True sound sculptures, these instruments, mythical characters out of Indian ground, deliver their magic here. Throughout voyage is essential the dialogue, this dialogue which structure all the music amériendienne. Here, dialogue of a man and a woman exchanging their songs, there dialogue of flutes of which is born the melody, there still, dialogue of the bodies, modelled by the requirements of the song and from where emerges choreography. Throughout voyage resounds the song, song of stamps, textures, of senssations, song nourished by the voices of the animals and the spirits.

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