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TODO LO BUENO: Sirius Coyote with guests
The larger band takes a turn at 12 original compositions from its touring repertoire. More instrumental pieces than previous recordings. Styles of songs range from jazz, rock, folk, and a variety of rich spiritual and dance tunes. Two of the tracks are from outstanding recordings of live performances at the Sunken Garden Annual Poetry Festival in West Hartford, CT in 2000.
"Delta Lullaby", "Huehuetengo", "Todo Lo Bueno Se Acaba", "Batucada", "Looking For Buscando", "African Fete", "Faceless Waltz", "La Iguana", "Coyote Jump", "Bella Viola", "Atlantis".
Running time: 58 minutes
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Sirius Coyote's first CD release. A compilation of re-recorded material from their previous cassette releases plus new compositions from their performing repertoire. Combination of tradirional styles and tunes based on the sounds of ancient American instruments. This record is a manifestation of the fusion of sounds from different cultures of the Americas resulting in an exciting and unique musical form. A musical journey through original, ceremonial, popular dance tunes and revolutionary songs of Latin America.
"Azteca", "A Walk in the Rainforest", "Capoeira Samba", "La Selva Se Va", "African Marketplace", "Levantate", "Witzne Suite", "Witzne: Looking Back", "Obalube", "Cumbia de la Sierra", "We Need a revolution"
Cassette and CD
Running time: 61 minutes
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"Open Ears: musical adventures for a new generation" Edited by Sara deBeer with chapters by Phoebe Snow, Pete Seger, Mickey Hart, Paul McCartney, Shari Lewis, Giovanni Ciarlo and others.
Published by Elypsis Kids... Roslyn, NY 1995
What do you get when you ask twenty musicians to write down some of their greatest ideas for creating music and sounds? You get Open Ears: musical adventures for a new generation. It's a book of discovery for anyone who is eager to explore the world of sound. It's a book of activities and ideas for anyone who's interested in using everyday objects like dental floss and tuna cans to make dozens of wild and wonderfull musical instruments. It's a book of fun and artistry for a new generation. $18.95
"Great Folk Instruments to Make and Play" Written and Photographed by Dennis Waring
Published by Sterling Publishing Co., Inc. New York, NY 1999.
Build over 50 Folk instruments to
shake, rattle, pluck and bang! Many of the projects are simple to construct
using not only traditional materials such as wood, gourds, and bamboo,
but every day objects you probably have on hand and are readily available,
from tin cans to PVC pipes. $14.95
For more instrument making books by Dennis Waring, click here: Dennis Waring on the web
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