Digital album includes a .pdf file with the contents of the booklet (Photos and Patagonian Stories)
Re-released digitally on Bandcamp in June 2015
'Dedicated to the incredible histories that harboured the lands of the Patagonia. The Cacique Sayhueque, the Patagonian Giant's myth, the admiration of the colonists before an unknown fauna, the contact between the native ones and Magellan's men, curious histories that touch with the magic and the fantasy, full with myths fed by old conquerors, scanners and adventurers. The colourful autochthonous instrumentation with aboriginal songs, sounds of the southern fauna, the European vision of a time, of a place, of numberless histories and legends'
released February 1, 2000
Natalia Chiambaretta: Violin
Paulo Carri: Quenas, Quenachos, Trutruca*, Pifilca*
Bruno Sanfilippo: electronic, kultrum* chascas*
Assistant Engineers: J.M
. Bordiga & Fito Carlomagno
Graphic design & photography: Gastón Ruíz
Mastered by Javier Cosentino at Cosentino studio, Buenos Aires
Roberto Straneck: recording of patagonian birds.
Track 1"Sayhueque" (at the beginning and at the end) "Chucao" bird
(Scelorchilus rubecula) Its powerful song resounds in the woods of the Nahuel Huapi National Park in Patagonia.
End of track 2 and beginning of track 3: colonies of Magallanic pinguins.
Track 4 "Magallanes" Black-Crowned Night-Heron (Nycticorax
nycticorax) Usually at night, its harsh sharp song can be heard at the seashore of the of Tierra del Fuego island and the Magellan Strait.
Track 5 "Fuegia & Jemmy" a) sounds emitted by "ballena Franca"
whales (Balaena australis), highly coveted by the indians of the Magellan Strait and later by european seamen of the XVII and XVIII centuries.
b) Original recording of a ritual song of extinguished indian tribes of the southernmost tip of Patagonia. (Courtesy-Cosentino Ediciones)