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Yma Sumac - Legend Of The Jivaro (Part 3)
Yma Sumac - Legend Of The Jivaro (Part 3)
Performer: Yma Sumac
Title: Legend Of The Jivaro (Part 3)
Label: Capitol Records
Country: Canada
Released: 1957
Cat: EAP 3-770
Rating: 4.8/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1050 mb | MP3 size: 1469 mb | WMA size: 2756 mb

1Sansa "Victory Song"
2Sauma "Magic"
3Hampi "Medicine"
4Nina "Fire Arrow Dance"


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
EAP 3-770Yma Sumac Legend Of The Jivaro (Part 3) ‎(7", EP, Mono)Capitol RecordsEAP 3-770UK1957


This is one part of a three-part album


  • Record Company – Capitol Records, Inc.
  • Distributed By – Capitol Records Distributors Of Canada, Ltd.



Legend of the Jivaro - Yma Sumac. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Songs in album Yma Sumac - Legend Of The Jivaro 1957. Yma Sumac - Jivaro. Yma Sumac - Esjollo: Whip Dance. Yma Sumac - Yawar Blood Festival. Yma Sumac - Shou Condor Giant Condor. Yma Sumac - Sauma Magic. Yma Sumac - Nina: Fire Arrow Dance. Yma Sumac - Sumac Soratena Beautiful Jungle Girl. Yma Sumac - Aullay Lullaby. Yma Sumac - Batanga - Hailli: Festival. Yma Sumac - Wanka The Seven Winds. Yma Sumac ˈiːmə ˈsuːmæk September 13, 1922 birth certificate or September 10, 1922 later documents November 1, 2008, was a Peruvian coloratura soprano. In the 1950s, she was one of the most famous exponents of exotica music. Sumac became an international success based on her extreme vocal range. She had five octaves according to some reports, but other reports and recordings document four-and-a-half at the peak of her singing career. A typical trained singer has a range of about three. Yma Sumac September 13, 1922 November 1, 2008 was the stage name of a Peruvian singer named Zoila Augusta Emperatriz Chavarri del Castillo. When still a child in rural Peru, she attracted notice for her extraordinary voice, and joined the Compañía Peruana de Arte in the early 1940s. Yma Súmac was born in Ichocán, Cajamarca, Peru. Other dates mentioned in her various biographies range from 1921 to 1929. Some sources claim that she was not born in Ichocán, but in a nearby village or possibly in Lima, and that her family owned a ranch in Ichocán where she spent most of her early l read more. Whip Dance Blood Festival Cóndor Giant Condor Magic Fire Arrow Dance The Seven Winds. Yma Sumac-Sumac Soratena Beautiful Jungle Girl. Yma Sumac, Vol. 3 Legend of the Jivaro, Fuego del Ande, 2019. Yma Sumac-Aullay Lullaby. Yma Sumac-Virgines del Sol Virgins of the Sun. Yma Sumac-Gallito Caliente The Hott Rooster. Yma Sumac-Hampi Medecine. Yma Sumac-Gallito Ciego One Eyed Rooster. Yma Sumac. Legend of the Jivaro. According to the liner notes, Sumac and her composer-husband, Moises Vivanco, went into the headhunting territory of the Jivaros, tape recorder in hand, to accumulate source material for this album. Whether you believe that or not, what they came up with once it had been run through the studio was one of her chintzier products. If it's folk music, it's been heavily modified for North American audiences, with period '50s pop production, mainstream Latin pop influences, and occasional spurts of quasi-rock'n'roll guitar. Sumac Sorateña Beautiful Jungle Girl. Virgenes del Sol Virgins Of The Sun. A1 Jivaro 2:51 A2 Sejollo Whip Dance 1:52 A3 Yawar Blood Festival 2:30 A4 Shou Condor Giant Condor 2:46 A5 Sauma Magic 3:41 A6 Nina Fire Arrow Dance 2:14 B1 Sansa Victory Song 2:48 B2 Hampi Medicine 3:06 B3 Sumac Sorateña Beautiful Jungle Girl 1:52. B4 Aullay Lullaby 3:41 B5 Batanga-Hailli Festival 1:00 B6 Wanka The Seven Winds 3:10