Spirit and Essence of ancestral cultures
The song for the ancestral cultures has been a tool to pass on the tradition and incomensurabile way to convey well-being and knowledge to other people. Through the singing men and women of a people describe their way of thinking and feeling, its myths, its history and its legacy. This opens up the space to create and recreate life, invoking the senses, so that we can meet well-being. That is why if we define Sacred , not only because they invoke and provoke, but also because they are the backbone for the transmission of knowledge. Using the information contained in these songs we transcend the boundaries of thoughts, planting deeply into a sound frequency that is recorded in the nucleus of the physical body pulsing well-being.
The approach to beauty and the consolidation of a form of life in the heart beat of the song. The men and women encountered in coexistence with nature you the option to accompany their songs with sounds that evoke deep emotions. The indigenous peoples have built tools that helped them to modulate and support beyond the hand of his own voice, drums and rattles represent the percent of the relationship of a people with their ancestors. You are so not only materialized as wooden tools as we know them in the West, but have gone beyond transcending spirits and channels through which the unknown world speaks to us and our elders communicate. The invocation of the Earth and the singing of heaven with the voice of older drums and semi renewing life is converted into singing at Wind and Water. So our people have walked keeping alive their tradition for thousands of years.
We make an effort and put an intention to create a circle of songs who is not only a seminar or workshop but also the opportunity to participate in this moment with people, men and women, who live these songs in a sacred way.
Who know and fell their essences can live in an area full of transmission of knowledge and pursuit of wealth.
STRUCTURE OF THE MEETING.
The song as a colony for supporting the transmission of a culture.
Songs and song forms in North America and Mexico.
Singing songs and form in the Rain Forest.
Songs and song forms in the Andes Mountain.
Evolution of songs: contemporaries songs.
Widely will be explained through an indigenous world view, what has been and is singing, especially for sacred songs. Will describe the relationships that exist across America between the songs and the vision of the oldest instruments.
Preparing a small “table ritual” or “altar” laden with the sacred instruments that are used in various cultures present the most representative songs of North American cultures. A ritual rattle, a ceremonial staff and a water-drum accompany traditional songs.
In the description of the songs of the Amazon will be explained the different ways to use the rattle and the leaves of the palm trees. These are grouped together create a tool that deserves special attention in its tradition and that is called “wairapanga” (“waira=wind; panga=leaves”) and that is certainly one of the most representative of the cultures of this region.
Introduction to the worldview of the Andean people, considering their existence prior to the formation of large-Inka Aymara people and how this influence in the songs. Will present the rituals and ceremonial instruments, as part of the ceremonies to the mountain and offerings to the Pachamama
A brief introduction will explain the natural evolution that has influenced the songs of this tradition is still alive and in the new generation. Without losing the Spirit these “new” songs have made news in both the harmonies that the use of instruments during the ceremonies.
It will propose songs to the people who attend so that they can be memorized and sung. Songs of the four employers evocation of life: Water, Wind, Earth and Fire.