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Amerindian Music of Chile: Aymara, Qaqashqar, Mapuche
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produced by Christos Clair-Vasiliades (Folkways Records, 1975), 45 mins
In Chile today there are three indigenous groups who are direct descendants from pre-Hispanic dwellers of America: the Aymara, the Qawashqar (also called Alakaluf), and the Mapuche (also called Araucanian). The Aymara inhabit the Andean mountains and Altiplano located in Chile’s two most northern provinces, Tar...
produced by Christos Clair-Vasiliades (Folkways Records, 1975), 45 mins
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Brotando del Silencio - Breaking Out of the Silence
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(Paredon Records, 1973), 38 mins
"The history and oppression experienced by the woman of La Raza -'the Latin woman' - in the United States are not well-known, even in these years when so much is heard about women’s liberation. By ‘La Raza’ we mean the dominant population of the American continent, the people who are racial mixture of nativ...
(Paredon Records, 1973), 38 mins
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Cancion Protesta: Protest Songs of Latin America
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produced by Barbara Dane, 1927- (Paredon Records, 1970), 58 mins
Voices of Argentina, Chile, Cuba, Peru, and Uruguay from the historic meeting of singers from every continent held July 1967. Recorded in Cuba at the Varadero seashore, on the Isle of Youth, and at Radio Havana.
Edited by Barbara Dane

Voces de Argentina, Chile, Cuba, Perú y Uruguay recogidas en el históric...
produced by Barbara Dane, 1927- (Paredon Records, 1970), 58 mins
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Carnaval in Cuba
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produced by Andrew Schloss (Folkways Records, 1981), 46 mins

As Andrew Schloss explains in the liner notes: “Carnaval has a history of mixing and uniting people of different races, and the merriment and participation in Carnaval has always transcended class boundaries”. Recorded in 1980 in Havana and Santiago de Cuba, Schloss note only captures the unique unifying exper...

produced by Andrew Schloss (Folkways Records, 1981), 46 mins
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Chile: Songs for the Resistance
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(Paredon Records, 1975), 46 mins
"In every epoch, certain struggles against oppression have come down through history and sum up for us in a single heroic shout the great reservoir of courage and humanity which is the common birthright of all people. France of 1789, Russia of 1917, China of 1949, Cuba of 1959; these are both milestones and symbo...
(Paredon Records, 1975), 46 mins
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Creole Music of Surinam
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produced by Clifford Entes (Folkways Records, 1978), 48 mins

This collection presents the two main genres of Afro-Dutch Guyanese music—Kawina-winti and Kaseko-Opo Poku. Sung in Taki-Taki (a native Creole dialect consisting of English, Dutch, Portuguese, and African languages) this album offers a glimpse into Surinamese life and the music that accompanies it.

produced by Clifford Entes (Folkways Records, 1978), 48 mins
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Cuba Va!: Songs of the New Generation of Revolutionary Cuba
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produced by Leo Brouwer, 1939- (Paredon Records, 1971), 34 mins
Written, arranged, performed and produced in Cuba by the Experimental Sound Collective of ICAIC (Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Arts and Industries). Sung in Spanish, with illustrated booklet, including complete texts and English translations.

Leonardo Acosta, Genaro (Caturla) García, Pedro Guapachá, Luc...
produced by Leo Brouwer, 1939- (Paredon Records, 1971), 34 mins
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Dabuyabarugu: Inside the Temple - Sacred Music of the Garifuna of Belize
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produced by Carol Jenkins and Travis Jenkins (Folkways Records, 1982), 52 mins

The Garifuna are descendants of escaped slaves who intermarried with native Carib and Arawak Indians. This album is a collection of music recorded during a dugu, a two week ceremonial feast that attempts to placate the gods. Requiring a year of preparation, and an ample supply of rum, the music heard on this al...

produced by Carol Jenkins and Travis Jenkins (Folkways Records, 1982), 52 mins
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Dominican Republic: La Hora Esta Llegando! (The Time is Coming)
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(Paredon Records, 1974), 41 mins
"Expresión Joven (Voice of Youth) has traveled all across the Dominican Republic during the last year and half under the sponsorship of provincial and national student groups, cultural clubs and workers’ organizations to carry their message. In June of 1973, the group joined the solidarity campaign to free all...
(Paredon Records, 1974), 41 mins
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