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Indian Music Of Northwest Mexico - Indian Music Of Northwest Mexico (Tarahumara - Warihio - Mayo) (Musica Indígena Del Noroeste De Mexico) Full Album

Indian Music Of Northwest Mexico - Indian Music Of Northwest Mexico (Tarahumara - Warihio - Mayo) (Musica Indígena Del Noroeste De Mexico) Full Album

  • Performer: Indian Music Of Northwest Mexico
  • Genre: Country
  • Title: Indian Music Of Northwest Mexico (Tarahumara - Warihio - Mayo) (Musica Indígena Del Noroeste De Mexico)
  • Released: 1978
  • Style: Folk
  • Label: Canyon Records
  • Catalog: CR-8001
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 1303 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2592 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 389

Tracklist

1Mayo Pascola Dance (Paloma Macho - "The Male Dove")
2Warihio Harp Solo
3Mayo Pascola Dance (Cuervo - "The Crow")
4Tarahumara Yumari Dance
5Tarahumara Matachin Dance
6Mayo Deer Dance (Chole - "The Partridge")

Notes

Produced in cooperation with the Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Canyon Records Productions, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Canyon Records

Album

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