SOUNDING FROM AMAZON FOREST / RESONANDO DESDE LA SELVA AMAZĂ“NICA

LLANCHAMA COCHA SOUNDSCAPE COLLECTION #13: Forest drops / Gotas de selva

LLANCHAMA COCHA SOUNDSCAPE COLLECTION #12: TAMIA TUTA

LLANCHAMA COCHA SOUNDSCAPE COLLECTION #11: Sunset / Atardecer

LLANCHAMA COCHA SOUNDSCAPE COLLECTION #10: OJO DE AGUA

LLANCHAMA COCHA SOUNDSCAPE COLLECTION #9: Navigating along CONAMBO RIVER / Navegando por el RIO CONAMBO

LLANCHAMA COCHA SOUNDSCAPE COLLECTION #8: RIO CONAMBO / CONAMBO RIVER

LLANCHAMA COCHA SOUNDSCAPE COLLECTION #7: RIO CONAMBO (orillas) / CONAMBO RIVER (shores)

LLANCHAMA COCHA SOUNDSCAPE COLLECTION #6: MIKUNA

LLANCHAMA COCHA SOUNDSCAPE COLLECTION #6: MIKUNA

17.06.2021, Ecuador, Fabiano Kueva, Archive of the future, Field research, Workshop, Acoustic Ecology, Ecology, Economy, Field recording, Politics, Cooperation, Listening as activism, Wisdom Keepers

-1.831239° / -78.183406°

 – LLANCHAMA COCHA SOUNDSCAPE COLLECTION is an ecological and cultural document and also is a artistic base for future sound experimentations. – Quelle: ©TALLER SAPARA

After the MINKA comes the MIKUNA, when the people who received work, help or care from the members of the community offer food and CHICHA (mandioca drink) in an atmosphere of brotherhood and joy.

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Luego de la MINKA se realiza una MIKUNA en la que quienes recibieron trabajo, ayuda o cuidado de los demás miembros de la comunidad ofrecen alimento y la CHICHA (bebida de yuca) en un ambiente de hermandad y alegría.

LLANCHAMA COCHA SOUNDSCAPE COLLECTION #5: MINKA

LLANCHAMA COCHA SOUNDSCAPE COLLECTION #4: PURINA

LLANCHAMA COCHA SOUNDSCAPE COLLECTION #3: Sunrise in Sapara forest

LLANCHAMA COCHA SOUNDSCAPE COLLECTION #2: Early morning in Sapara forest

LLANCHAMA COCHA SOUNDSCAPE COLLECTION #1: Sapara Forest around the midnight

FRAGMENTS FROM THE RAINFOREST: AHUANO RIVER Rainforest / Frontiers / Soundscape - FRAGMENTOS DE SELVA: RĂŤO AHUANO Selva / Frontera / Paisaje sonoro

“The Witness” score by Pauline Oliveros; introduction by Manari Ushigua, version Llanchama Cocha (Sapara Nation, Amazonia), Montreal, Quito

Frogs and toads music in Mindo Forest

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