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Lima Triumphante sings Hanacpachap cussicuinin

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Uploaded on Jul 17, 2007

Hanacpachap cussicuinin is the first poliphony to be composed and published in a native language in the New World,in the book "Ritual Formulario e Institución de Curas" (Lima: 1631), by the Franciscan priest Juan Pérez Bocanegra, expert in Andean languages, ex singer at the Cathedral in Cusco and priest at Andahuaylillas. He recommended this hymn in Quechua to be sung to the Virgin during processions as people entered the church.
Here we can hear the piece as sung by Lima Triumphante, Peruvian baroque choir and music ensemble, conducted by Jose Quezada Macchiavello in Lima, Peru.

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