Viaje a Chiloé Waldo Fabian

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Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:


Label: Hot Chilli Records

Genre: Latin

Subgenre: Latin Jazz

Interpret: Waldo Fabian

Komponist: Waldo Garrido

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  • Traditional Chilote song arranged by Waldo Fabian Garrido:
  • 1El Cielito05:48
  • 2El Chocolate 10:30
  • 3El Rin08:24
  • 4LaNave07:13
  • 5La Trastrasera 07:16
  • 6Las Hullincanas 08:08
  • 7La Pericona 07:10
  • Manuel Andrade Bórquez and Porfirio Díaz by Waldo Fabian Garrido:
  • 8Viejo Lobo Chilote 06:38
  • Traditional Chilote song arranged by Waldo Fabian Garrido:
  • 9El Pavo03:52
  • Total Runtime01:04:59

Info zu Viaje a Chiloé

The Island of Chiloé: Chiloé is the second largest island in Chile. It is located in southern Chile and is separated from the Chilean mainland by the Chacao Strait and the Gulf of Corcovado. The island is 190 km from north to south, and averages 55-65 km in width (‘Gobernacion’ website).

Chiloé province is part of the Los Lagos region (Region de los Lagos), which includes the Chilean lakes region on the mainland north of Chiloé. The administrative centre of the province is Castro, The province is made up of ten communes: Ancud, Castro, Chonchi Curaco de Vélez, Dalcahue, Puqueldón, Queilén, Quellón, Quemchi, and Quinchao.

According to Oscar Gacitua Gonzalez in the introduction to Musica en Chiloé by Jaime Barria. Today’s music in Chiloé is primarily of external origin. These external influences are from such diverse places as Europe, Africa the rest of South America and Central Chile). Jaime Barria argues that in the case of music, the mestizaje (intercultural mixing) was more considerable than for other items like food, medicine and mythology. However, with time, the original sounds were lost and a tonal system brought by the colonisers was adopted suggesting a pattern more akin to hegemonic domination rather than mestizaje.

Viaje a Chiloé: The conception and germination of Viaje a Chiloé took place first during fieldwork in Chiloé and then was further developed upon my return to Australia. Actually documenting the creative process that occurred throughout this period was difficult since musical ideas arose and changed as a result of a variety of lived experiences and experimentations. Regarding the overall design of the album, I decided that I would create nine tracks each of which would use ideas based on nine different dance styles/rhythms (danzas chilotas) from Chiloé. The nine dance styles/rhythms I used were ones that I understood were of great importance to musicians and folkloric practitioners of Chiloé. The songs in question were El Lobo Chilote, El Rin, El Chocolate, La Nave, La Huillincana, El Pavo, El Cielito, Pericona and La Trastrasera. These are the nine tracks that appear on the album.

You can learn more about music of Chiloé and the production of this album by purchasing the book written by Waldo and two other colleagues: Música de Chiloé: folklore, syncretism, and cultural development in a Chilean aquapelago. Lexington Books. ISBN (Electronic) 9781498528863, ISBN (Print)1498528856, 9781498528856

Waldo Garrido, bassist, percussion, keyboards, drum programming, extra recording, arranger
Jackson Harrison, piano and keyboard programming (tracks, 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8)
Ed Goyer, vibraphone, keyboard programming (tracks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7)
Carl Dewhurst, guitar (tracks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)
Sandy Evans, saxophone (tracks 3, 4, 8)

Recorded at Albert Studios, Macquarie University and Hot Chili Studios
Recording Engineered by David Hackett
Mixed at High Wave Studios in Berlin
Final Mix and Mastering by Frank Kerestedjian
Produced by Waldo Garrido

Waldo Fabian (Garrido)
was signed to Warner Chappell Music. He is a bassist, composer and producer who has worked with some of Australia’s top musicians and producers such as The Catholics, The Party Boys, Disco Montego, Peter Dawkins and David Hemming. Waldo Fabian has produced two solo albums, Dejame Tocarte (Sony) and Loco (Festival/Mushroom). Waldo Fabian has writing film scores including Random 8, winner of a Bronze Palm in the Feature Narrative section of Mexico International Film Festival. Waldo Fabian published a book entitled Música De Chiloé: Folklore, Syncretism, and Cultural Development in a Chilean Aquapelago (Lexington Books). Waldo Fabian is signed to a publishing contract with BMG. He is a member of Centre for Elite, Performance and Expertise and Training (Macquarie University). Waldo Fabian has been working on a research project that looks at Syrian musicians in Berlin. This is also part of a new album recorded with Berlin’s top Oriental and German musicians. Waldo Fabian’s new project 'Viaje a Chiloe' was mixed in Berlin. Additionally, Waldo Fabian has writing a book for Routledge on popular music performance with professor David Cashman. Waldo Fabian is part of the Moviolas, an audio-visual ensemble led by professor Philip Hayward. Waldo Fabian is a lecturer in music at Western Sydney University and a member of the Institute for Culture and Society as a researcher.

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