Tamia Tuta I Night Rain

August 3rd 2021
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Llanchama Cocha Soundscape Collection
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Tamia Tuta is an ecological and cultural document and also an artistic base for future sound experimentation

For the Sapara culture, the night occupies an important place because it is linked to sleep and vision, which is important for collective decision making. The night is the space of foreshadowing.

The rain, in turn, also has an entity, which allows us to understand issues about the weather, housekeeping, fishing or visits.

In this recording, made during a season of heavy rains, we hear the conjunction of night and rain, with its different textures and effects on life in the jungle.

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