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    Here's a song in the P'urépecha language of the indigenous people of Michoacán (Mexico). It's sung by Lila Downs.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBMOp_TmbW0

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    Another Purepecha song. This one might be more familiar, at it's been used in a few films.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5KqWLGT5s8

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    here is a mojave flute

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgMVh6t93UI


    more native american flute sounds very asian

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDBKJ4poBa4
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    Quote Originally Posted by memobekes View Post
    How important are string instruments at the heart of indigenous Mexican music?
    Quote Originally Posted by Pao View Post
    Not important because they lacked them. What was important was percussion and wind instruments, but I'm sure the native music of today is somewhat different than before the Spaniards arrived...and some today do use string instruments including Raramuri.

    A series of commercials by Televisa came out on 2010 and the music they used was native in its elements (language, instruments, etc)
    These are a couple:

    http://youtu.be/pDLY8AyHq34
    http://youtu.be/qUcOjN4gRKw


    They have become an integral part of many indigenous ethnicities' folk music ever since they were introduced by Europeans. The Huichol/Wixaritari people of west-central Mexico are among the handful of indigenous groups who have preserved their pre-Hispanic beliefs yet they make heavy use of string instruments: Wirikuta Tutu Teweyari.

    Brass instruments, for instance, often feature prominently in the traditional music of the Zapotec people from the Isthmus Tehuantepec:

    Baxha yú - Mario Barenca

    Mesoamericans relied on an assortment of drum (huehuetl, teponaztli) and wind instruments (tlapitzalli) including flutes, trumpets, and horns, usually made out of wood, clay, bone, or conch shells, etc. The use of pre-Hispanic instruments was prohibited during colonial rule, however, Amerindians adapted their traditional tunes to European-derived instruments and continued developed their own distinct styles.

    Here's some Zapotec trova and sones istmeños:

    Bádu dxaapa zoo - Martha Toledo

    Xhuncu huiini - Martín Chacón

    Son Micaela - María Luisa Leyto

    Son Bigu - María Luisa Leyto

    Güe pue bíche - Florentino Toledo
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    Who is that mo fo who's trying to clone my account and is thanking all the post in this thread????.

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    Music of the Tzotzil-Maya people,

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    A great people, love their music.
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