We use cookies to give you the best possible experience on our site. Click here to find out more. Allow cookies
x
LOG IN HERE
Username
Password

arrow Register here

Forgotten password?

THE CHATTER BOX

 
  
  
  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
  
  
  
 
POP QUIZ: Can anyone name that Chilean tune in... by derrenpaul on 17 December 2004 9:55pm
 
Hi everyone, I'd love to know if there's anybody out there that knows the name of the 'Chiliean tune' played with the Quena and Charrango by the two musicians when Michael and Patricio sit to eat lunch in Santiago. (From Pole to Pole, Day 133). It sounds very traditional and somehow, to me, very familiar (though obviously not familiar enough). If anyone does know what its called, please, please let me know...Many thanks. Derren-Paul, (Palintologist) !
 
Re: POP QUIZ: Can anyone name that Chilean tune in... by Godfather on 17 December 2004 10:52pm
 

I wish i could answer this,because i admire the musical talent shown in 80 days (really was very clever). I dont have a recording of Pole to Pole at the moment,so i cant look. I own a lot of traditional music that i got from Peru and Bolivia. So i could have compared it to what i have,if i had the episode you're referring to, and perhaps recognized a piece that may be on my tapes.

 
Re: POP QUIZ: Can anyone name that Chilean tune in... by RaRa on 18 December 2004 1:02am
 
Maybe you could try listening to some sound-bites at Amazon and see if anything is familiar. Just an idea - here is a link which can take you to other music:-

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B000001DK9/102-9719045-0876920?v=glance

All a 'google' search did was find someone elses same query:-

Pole to Pole - PanPipes by suwil on 17 March 2003 6:31am

Hi

Somebody please help me to locate and download the PanPipe music played in Pole to Pole series at Sandiago, Chile.
That is a wonderful local music.

Suwil, Trivandrum


 
Re: POP QUIZ: Can anyone name that Chilean tune in... by Godfather on 18 December 2004 11:22pm
 

In Trivandrum, South India?

 
Re: POP QUIZ: Can anyone name that Chilean tune in... by RaRa on 19 December 2004 10:22am
 
Suwil, Trivandrum (yeah, this guy posted the same query as Darrenpaul's some months back). The link I gave is to Peruvian music - but, as I said, couldnt help further with the Queeraa and Charrango by two musicians in Santiago. Sorry not to be able to help but I'm enjoying the search.

Try this:-

http://www.greenlinnet.com/shopping/search_detail.cfm?ProductID=1044

I have it streaming now - will get you in that holiday mood.

 
Re: POP QUIZ: Can anyone name that Chilean tune in... by rubber_ducked on 4 February 2007 11:57pm
 
Has anyone been able to locate this piece of music yet? I have been searching for quite some time now and am at a loss...
 
Re: POP QUIZ: Can anyone name that Chilean tune in... by George on 7 February 2007 10:33pm
 
I'm with you on that one. Over Christmas I bought a set of CD's by a Peruvian panflute players. I listened to every song to try and see if one of them was our mystery tune, but to no avail.
 
Re: POP QUIZ: Can anyone name that Chilean tune in... by Freawulf on 3 November 2012 10:21am
 
Well it may have taken years but better late than never! The tune is Charagua by Victor Jara. Here's a YouTube link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46zoXGJvcyA&;feature=g-hist
 



  Reply to this post:
 
 
  Username 
 
 
  Password 
 
 
 
 
  Register here
 

INSTRUCTIONS

Select a discussion theme.
Register (or log in if you have not yet done so).

To start a new discussion topic:

Write the name of the topic in the 'Subject' box.
Type your message in the larger box to contribute.
Click 'Submit'.

To join a discussion topic:

Click on the discussion topic of your choice.
Type your message in the larger box to contribute.
Click 'Submit'.

To edit your message:

You can edit a message at any time after posting it as long as you're signed in.
Click on the 'Edit your message' link above the message.
Make your desired changes.
Click 'Submit'.

If you find you don't want to change the message after all, click on 'Return without changes'.

To set a chatmark:

Register (or log in if you have not yet done so).
Click on the "Set chatmark" link on the Chatter Box pages. This will set the time at which you have logged in.
Click on the "Go to chatmark" link to see all messages posted since you set your chatmark.

You can set your chatmark at any time and as often as you like.