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SUKAY Discography of CDs

En Charango CD (1987)
Personnel: Eddie Navia (charango, electric guitar); Yuri Ortuno (vocals); Enrique Coria (guitar, bass); Rafael Arias, Gerardo Arias, Eduardo Estrada (guitar); Fernando Rios (harp, accordion); Alcides Mejia (winds); Mauricio Barrionuevo (synthesizer); Chaly Barrionuevo (bass, percussion); Oscar Castro, Julio Espinoza (percussion).

Sukay Cumbre (The Summit) CD (1990)
ll songs written by Eddie Navia except "Paloma Del Alma Mia" (Ana C. Cespedes), "Condor Pasa," "Cruz Loma" and "Desde Lejos" (traditional). Sukay: Quentin Howard (vocals), Enrique Coria (guitar, bass), Eddy Navia (charango), Alcides Mejia (winds).

Sukay Return Of The Inca CD (1991)
Sukay: Quentin Howard (vocals); Enrique Coria (guitar, bass); Eddy Navia (charango); Alcides Mejia (winds). Additional personnel: David Grisman (mandolin); Adolfo Rodriguez (winds).

Sukay Navidad Andina CD (1993)
Personnel: Eddy Navia (charango)
Popular or famous Eddy Navia music songs: Aires de Oropeza, Fiesta de Chayanta, Wallicha, Bajo los Cielos de Potosi, Cochero Deten Tu Caballo, Kalinca. More music songs El Arriero, Invenciones #8, Little Rock Get Away, Marcha Militar, Poncho Ponchito, Primavera de los Andes, Rondo a la Turca. More music songs Rosa Angelina, Sinfonia #40, Tarantella, Tiahuanaco Bluegrass, Basta Corazon, Brasilerinho, Copagira, Daniela Soledad. More music songs .

Sukay Encuentros (Meetings) CD (1995)
Sukay: Quentin Howard (vocals); Eddy Navia (guitar, bass, mandolin, charango); Gabriel Navia (charango); Alcides Mejia (wind instruments). Additional personnel: Yuri Ortuno, Dennis Acha, Ronald Acha (vocals).

Sukay Love Songs Of The Andes CD (1995)
ukay: Quentin Howard, Yuri Ortuno, Ronald Acha, Denis Acha (vocals); Enrique Coria (guitar); Eddy Navia (charango, mandolin, bass); Alcides Mejia (wind instruments).

Mozart En Machu Picchu CD (1995)
Personnel: Eddy Navia (charango); Enrique Coria (guitar).

Various Artists Charango: Andean Masterpieces CD (1998) 22 tracks featuring the small, guitar-like instrument the charango, inc. the artists Eddy Navia, Ernesto Cavour, William Centellas, Donato Espinoza, Mauro Nunez, Clarek Orosco, Florencio Oros, and Alejandro Camara.

Savia Andina Classics 3 CD (1998)
Savia Andina: Eddy Navia, Alcides Mejia, Julio Cesar Paredes, Oscar Castro.

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SUKAY and the Pachamama Carnaval

There’s no need to travel to South America for Carnival – we bring it to you!

For the ultimate pan-Latin experience, Sukay joins the Pachamama Latin Band, San Francisco's best samba troupe Fogo Na Roupa and an optional Flamenco troupe to bring a dynamic collaboration of Latin music and dance featuring the sounds and colors of the Andes, Brazil, Cuba and Spain.
Founded in 1975 by executive director Quentin Howard (pan-pipes, flutes, and lead vocals), Sukay is directed by Bolivian composer Eddy Navia, one of the greatest master exponents of the charango. Eddy has recorded eight solo albums and was a founding member of the famous group Savia Andina who have recorded 30 albums, three of which went gold. Like an orchestra, Sukay draws from a broad palette of diverse sounds: the deep, sharp, airy blasts of the medieval-sounding toyos (pan pipes with graduated tubes up to 5 feet long); the high, vocal inflections of the kena (notched flute), the shimmering ring of the charango (a mandolin-like instrument made from an armadillo shell), and the resonant tones and muted percussive drive of the classical guitar.