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 #5: MINKA

17.06.2021, Ecuador, Fabiano Kueva, Archive of the future, Conscious movement, Field Research, Workshop, Acoustic ecology, Ecology, 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

The MINKA is an ancestral tradition of the Andean and Amazon indigenous peoples, that consists in work, share and care each other as members of a community in permanent reciprocity.

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La MINKA (Minga) es una tradiciĂłn ancestral de los pueblos indĂ­genas de los Andes y la AmazonĂ­a, que consiste en trabajar, compartir y cuidar a cada miembro de la comunidad en permanente reciprocidad.

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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