Music Gifts(128 items)
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Just what I wanted
I ve been haunted by the sounds of the pan flute ever since I came back from a trip to the Andes. I hope I will be able to do justice to this beautiful instrument. It s masterfully constructed and has a lovely sound even though I m still learning how to play.
My granddaughter will be thrilled with this necklace. She is an avid cello player and loves music. I know she will love the design with the heart. Craftsmanship is excellent.
Popular Music Gifts
Putumayo Children's Acoustic Music CD, "Acoustic Dreamland"$14.98
Celebrated singer-songwriters perform unplugged music to lull children to sleep and to help adults unwind. The CD includes songs originally recorded by the Allman Brothers, James Taylor, Wilco and Mary Chapin Carpenter, among others. A read-aloud, mini storybook that parents can share with their children at bedtime accompanies the CD. 'Acoustic Dreamland' is the fifth release in Putumayo Kids' popular 'Dreamland' series.
Hand Crafted Wood Quena Flute, "Andean Song"$44.99
The sweet melody of the flute evokes images of tranquil Andean highlands. Quena means "many-holed object" in the Quechua language and it is said to have entranced birds to soar above the person playing it. This may be no wonder, given that early versions the quena were crafted from condor bone. Dionisio Quilla crafts this piece from or yellow wood and engraves it with the name which in Quechua means "song."
The quena arrives with a colorful carrying case.
Putumayo World Music Mexico CD, "Mexico"$14.98
Mexican culture is as diverse as its landscape. Its roots stretch back thousands of years to the Aztec, Maya, Zapotec and other Native American empires. Echoes of these indigenous cultures still resound loudly in the modern setting, informing all cultural expressions including language, food, art, architecture and, of course, music. While the Spanish imposed their language, culture and religion on the local populations, the result of 500 years of cross-cultural fusion is a remarkable blend of European and Native American culture, with elements of African influence sprinkled along the Gulf and Pacific coasts.
Putumayo Vintage Latino Music CD, "Vintage Latino"$14.98
Step back in time to the tropical nightclubs of San Juan, Havana and beyond with this nostalgic collection of classic boleros, guajiras and more. While Buena Vista Social Club shined a spotlight on Cuban music of the 1950s, 'Vintage Latino' features some of the lesser-known but equally extraordinary music of that era by musicians from Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Uruguay, Puerto Rico and Venezuela. It also includes other Cuban legends and respected trios who performed in cafés and brothels in pre-Castro Cuba.