Huayra Tata
JUAN MANUEL CASTRILLO
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Huayra Tata (Father of Wind in Aymara or Quechua language) is the name of the god that, according to the myth, is in charge of provoking winds, blizzards and hurricanes in northwest Argentina, Bolivia and Peru. Inhabits mountains, abysses, peaks and hills of Andean high plateau. Place that abandons to show his power to his wife Pacha Mama (goddess that engenders). This is a collage of diverse sounds recorded in the Crack of Humahuaca (Jujuyprovince, Argentina). In this place you can amaze by quietness and even get to know the silence, but when the air put itself in movement Huayra Tata is manifesting and with him …the sounds.
-Juan Manuel Castrillo

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©2013 Juan Manuel Castrillo
©2013 David Vélez
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