The Mexican singer, Susana Harp, has focused her work in gathering information and making diffusion of Mexican music, essentially of her own state, Oaxaca.
In 1997 Susana Harp, ends her first production, titled Xquenda, including representative and mostly unknown songs of three of seven Oaxaca’s regions, in Spanish as in Zapoteco, these compositions are since 1850 until the date of recording.
Béele Crúu is the title of her second album includes songs in Spanish, Zapoteco and Mazateco. Taking up… read more
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|2||Play on spotify||El Amuleto||405 listeners|
|3||Play on spotify||La Martiniana||372 listeners|
|4||Play on spotify||Béele Crúu||245 listeners|
|5||Play on spotify||Xquenda||205 listeners|
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