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Tito La Rosa
Tito La Rosa
For more than a decade, La Rosa, a descendent of Quechua Indians of the Peruvian Andes, has been recovering and preserving, studying, and intuiting the ancestral music of Peru. Tito is also known as a Curandero de Sonido, a Shaman of Music. When performing ritual and ceremony for healing, he enters into an altered state to bring forth sound that elevates the frequency of an individual and allows for healing and balance to occur.
Rituals made music that can rise us, clean our spirits, heal our souls so that we never forget who we were, who we are.. Tito La Rosa and Tavo Castillo.
Tito La Rosa: Ancestral Wind Musical Instruments Tavo Castillo: Keyboards and Traverse Flute Manongo Mujica: Drums and Tibetan Bells Victor Rodriguez: Toyos, Quena Milano Trejo: Tarkas and Pan Pipes Emilie Ruah: Singing
Ancestral Muscial Instruments: Shell Trumpets, Whistling vessels, ceramic and stone ocarines, condor feather, pan pipes, bone flutes, shacapas, bamboo flutes, Wajra puku and ceramic quenas.
1. Soils of Color 2. Stone in Love 3. Amazon Legend 4. Mama Rayhuana 5. The Calling 6. Antaras Nazca 7. The Lady of Huallamarca 8. La Herranza 9. Day-Dreaming