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Album artwork for Homenaje a El Carmen by Los Hermanos Ballumbrosio

Homenaje a El Carmen (Homage to El Carmen), Los Hermanos Ballumbrosio's debut album for Buh Records, captures the true spirit of the musical tradition of El Carmen, a city located a few miles to the south of Lima that is home to the largest black community in Peru. Songs based on percussion and zapateo bring back the memories and experiences of a culture that has produced one of the greatest treasures of Peruvian music. Members of one of the main families of El Carmen, Chincha, a cotton-producing province located 200 km south of Lima and known for hosting the largest black community in Peru, the Ballumbrosio brothers are the heirs of a great cultural tradition, embodied in the figure and teachings of their father Amador Ballumbrosio Mosquera, as well as their mother Adelina Guadalupe de Ballumbrosio.

Los Hermanos Ballumbrosio

Homenaje a El Carmen

Buh Records
Album artwork for Album artwork for Homenaje a El Carmen by Los Hermanos Ballumbrosio by Homenaje a El Carmen - Los Hermanos Ballumbrosio
Album artwork for Homenaje a El Carmen by Los Hermanos Ballumbrosio
LP

$39.99

Black
Released 11/11/2022Catalogue Number

BR 140LP

Los Hermanos Ballumbrosio

Homenaje a El Carmen

Buh Records
Album artwork for Album artwork for Homenaje a El Carmen by Los Hermanos Ballumbrosio by Homenaje a El Carmen - Los Hermanos Ballumbrosio
Album artwork for Homenaje a El Carmen by Los Hermanos Ballumbrosio
LP

$39.99

Black
Released 11/11/2022Catalogue Number

BR 140LP

Homenaje a El Carmen (Homage to El Carmen), Los Hermanos Ballumbrosio's debut album for Buh Records, captures the true spirit of the musical tradition of El Carmen, a city located a few miles to the south of Lima that is home to the largest black community in Peru. Songs based on percussion and zapateo bring back the memories and experiences of a culture that has produced one of the greatest treasures of Peruvian music. Members of one of the main families of El Carmen, Chincha, a cotton-producing province located 200 km south of Lima and known for hosting the largest black community in Peru, the Ballumbrosio brothers are the heirs of a great cultural tradition, embodied in the figure and teachings of their father Amador Ballumbrosio Mosquera, as well as their mother Adelina Guadalupe de Ballumbrosio.