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Chirimía

  
La Contundencia
Con Calentura
Música Del Pacífico Colombiano

2008

Tracks:

01. Fiesta San Pacheca
02. Kilele
03. Zukunducu
04. A mi es que me ven
05. Mosaico pacífico
06. Mosaico callejero
07. Ya vengo mamá
08. El embrujo de Inés
09. La balsa
10. San Pacheando
11. No era perfume, era mancua
12. El palo
13. El hombre na ma
14. Mi abuelo

Personnel:

LEONIDAS VALENCIA: Director, Arreglista y Piano.
OSWALDO KLINGER BRAHAM: Vocal
RAFAEL CORDOBA: Vocal
ALBERTO SALAZAR: Vocal
CONSTANTINO HERRERA LEWIS: Bajo
LUIS GERMAN GARCIA PINO: Saxofón Alto
DIRCEU TORRES: Saxofón Tenor
ALEXIS RENTERIA: Bombardino
DARWIN GUTIERREZ: Bombardino
ABEL MURILLO: Tambora
YUDSON MONTEALEGRE: Redoblante
JOSE LUIS PEREA: Congas
LEONIDAS VALENCIA PEÑA: Platillos
TOMAS DOMINGO MORENO: Clarinete

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This musical group founded in 1985 as classical instrumental shawm, consisting of wind and percussion instruments: a clarinet, a saxophone, a tuba or flugelhorn, a drum, a snare drum and cymbals. These musicians were founders of  La Contundencia: Salamandra Oscar (RIP). (Clarinet), Neiva J. Moreno Becerra (saxophone); Leonidas Valencia Valencia (Euphonium), Abel Murillo Mosquera (drums), Wilson Cuesta Hoyos (Drummer) and Carlos Borromeo Cuesta (cymbals). In the beginning, the group performs the traditional rhythms of the Colombian Pacific and accompanies the dance groups of the department, patron saint festivities enlivened various peoples of the Chocó and participates in festivals, fairs and concerts. Since 1994, made the assembly of some folk songs sung with Américo Murillo and the course of the famous composers of picaresque lyrics Eyda Maria Caicedo Osorio (RIP). In 1995 it came time to record. "FIESTA San Pacho" had an immediate positive response in Quibdo and then throughout the Colombian Pacific, with songs like: Man Na 'Ma, Kilele and Etelvina, among others. La Contundencia has participated with major composers such as Zully produccuiones Murillo, William KLINGER, Octavio Panesso, Hipólito Pallares, Petronio Mosquera, Eyda Maria Caicedo Osorio, Augusto Lozano, John Bueno, Américo Murillo, etc. In 1997 La Contundencia received invitation to participate in the first Pacific Music Festival "Petronio Alvarez" in Cali, which would open the door to full recognition in the area above. In 1997 he won first place and in 1998 was declared out of competition. Also, the sample of Afro-Colombian identity by the Chirimía the strength, as the body of the ancient legacy authoritative expositor of African Culture in Colombia, has been staged in Bogota on other sites such as the Planetarium, the auditorium Lion Greiff National University, Gallery Café and Books, Bankruptcy singing, etc.. La Contundencia Orchestra has had the opportunity to switch on important stages with artists of national and international renown such as the Choco Horta (Puerto Rico), La Factoria (Panama), Luisito Carrión, Gilberto Santarosa, El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico, Oscar Leon D, Pit Conde Rodriguez, David Pabon, Maelo Ruiz, Rey Ruiz, Victor Manuel, Grupo Gale, Grupo Bahia del Pacifico, Grupo Niche, Orquesta Guayacan, Jimmy Saa etc.
 

  
  
Chirimía (Spanish) is a Spanish term for a type of oboe, and in English is used to refer to various primitive oboes found in Latin America, based on instruments introduced during Spanish colonization...
 
The best-known music of the Chocó is the lively brass band music called chirimía. The chirimía band features homemade bass and snare drums, cymbals, euphonium (a small tuba) and one or two clarinets, and in its older version, reed flutes as wind instruments.
 
  
 

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