Musique électroacoustique latino-américaine

Héctor Fiore, Las vaquitas son ajenas, 1990

Durée de l'enregistrement : 9 min 08 s.
Instruments : Pour charango, ordinateur et bande

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Las vaquitas son ajenas - a piece that reveals, through the aestetic of computer technology, an impression of the hugedesert landscapes of Latin America. The piece is inspired by Argentine folklore.

The tittle is a citation from a popular song by Atahualpa Yupanqui - "El Arriero": Las penas son de nosotros, las vaquitas son ajenas (suffering belongs to us, caws belongs to others).

The charango - an Argentine folk instument, one of three (along with the quena and the bombo) that can be collectively defined as "orquesta del aislamiento sudamericano" (the orchestra of South American isolation), is used in the piece as a solo instrument, and also as a sourceof sounds on the tape.

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