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Indialucia

Sauerlach, Bavaria, Germany | SELF

Sauerlach, Bavaria, Germany | SELF
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Oct
08
Indialucia @ Cafe Consort IGNITE series Royal Albert Hall

London, None, United Kingdom

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Discography

Indialucia - CM Records, 2005
Indialucia - Rasa Music, 2007

The album was distinguished with the 1st prize "Best Album of the Year 2005" Wirtualne Gesle and 2nd music critics' prize at the New Tradition competition for the "Folk Phonogram of 2005" award.

1. "Raag 'n' Olé" 5'22''
(rumba)
2. "Nagpur" 4'08''
(sevillanas/dhun)
3. "Herencia Hindú" 6'42''
(solea por bulerias)
4. "Taliquete" 3'26''
(jaleo)
5. "Mohabbat Ka Khazana" 5'16''
(tangos/qawwali)
6. "Gujari Todi" 8'05''
(raga)
7. "Kyabathe" 6'37''
(bulerias)
8. "Indialucía" 2'15''
(intro)
9. "Indialucía" 5'15''
(zambra)
10. "Amanecer" 2'53''
(martinete)

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INDIALUCÍA
Where East joined West
By Miguel CZACHOWSKI

Around the Ninth Century, for some unknown reasons, thousands of inhabitants of the north-western part of India began to emigrate west. They set out from the territories presently occupied by the Punjab and Pakistan. In Persia they split, and one part went via Palestine, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Morocco and through the Gibraltar Strait, finally arriving, already known as Gypsies, in the south of Moorish Spain. In this region, known as Al-Andalus, various cultures co-existed for hundreds of years. It was the only place where Gypsies, Jews, Catholic's and Muslims lived together for a long time. Each group had its own customs, music and instruments. After many years, in the beginning of the 19th Century, due to mutual influences and the mingling of all these elements, a mysterious and expressive type of music emerged. Today we know it as Flamenco.