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0220061209Lucy Duran presents a series recorded on location in Peru.
She explores the music of Ayacucho, the remote Andean region which bore the brunt of the Shining Path terrorist attacks throughout the 1980s and 90s.
The programme features a session by Manuelcha Prado, a performance of the classic El Condor Pasa on the unique Peruvian harp, and songs from Puspo, a singer who already has 17 children at the age of 22.
 200612021/3.
Lucy Duran presents a series recorded on location in Peru.
She begins her journey on the way to the lost city of Machu Picchu and the haunting huaynos of the Andes.
Her explorations of the Afro-Peruvian traditions of the Pacific coast include a session with Peru's most famous singer Susana Baca and a visit to one of Latin America's most atmospheric clubs, the Pena Don Porfirio.
 200612163/3.
Lucy Duran presents a series recorded on location in Peru.
She records musicians on the banks of the Amazon in Iquitos and travels to the remote Andean town of Huancayo, famed for its massed saxophone orchestras.
Also featured is the real sound of Peruvian panpipes with a group from Lake Titicaca.
 20071013Lucy Duran presents a series recorded on location in Peru.
1/3.
She begins her journey on the way to the lost city of Machu Picchu and the haunting huaynos of the Andes.
Her explorations of the Afro-Peruvian traditions of the Pacific coast include a session with Peru's most famous singer Susana Baca and a visit to one of Latin America's most atmospheric clubs, the Pena Don Porfirio.
 20071020Lucy Duran presents a series recorded on location in Peru.
2/3.
She explores the music of Ayacucho, the remote Andean region which bore the brunt of the Shining Path terrorist attacks throughout the 1980s and 90s.
The programme features a session by Manuelcha Prado, a performance of the classic El Condor Pasa on the unique Peruvian harp, and songs from Puspo, a singer who already has 17 children at the age of 22.
 20071027Lucy Duran presents a series recorded on location in Peru.
3/3.
She records musicians on the banks of the Amazon in Iquitos and travels to the remote Andean town of Huancayo, famed for its massed saxophone orchestras.
Also featured is the real sound of Peruvian panpipes with a group from Lake Titicaca.

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