Patrocinio Lara Wakin Cumpankunawan Huñunakun Brooklynpi

Brooklyn Huancavelica Peru Quechua Rimasun Podcasts Free CLACS NYU Language Patrocinio Lara Huancavelicamanta kan. Huancavelica kan Perupi. Kay podcastpi, Michael Abbott, Christine Mladic Janney ima paywan rimashanku Brooklynpi. Pay imaynapi takiyta yachakuran, imaynapi llaqtanpa rayminkuna kashanku ima rimashan. Chaymanta, pay Elva Ambiawan huaynota takishan.

Patrocinio Lara, es original de un pueblo de Huancavelica, Perú. En este podcast habla con Michael Abbott y Christine Mladic Janney en Brooklyn. El cuenta de cómo aprendió canciones tradicionales de su pueblo, también nos habla de sus fiestas. Finalmente nos canta un huayno con Elva Ambia.

Patrocinio Lara was born in Huancavelica, Perú. In this podcast he talks with Michael Abbot and Christine Mladic Janney in Brooklyn about how he learned to sing, and about the traditional fiestas in his beloved hometown. He then sings a huayno with Elva Ambia.

Photo credit: Emily Thompson, 2013

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Published by Doris Loayza (Wayta Warmi)

I was born in Llamellin-Ancash, Peru, and live in New York City and Bloomington, Indiana. I'm a Quechua and Spanish language teacher. I teach Spanish at Harmony School, a progressive private school, and teach Quechua at Colorado Univeristy-Boulder. I speak variants of Quechua from the Central and Southern regions of Perú. In 2017 I learned basic Lakota language in North Dakota! Because my connection to the Quechua language, I'm very curious to learn other indigenous languages.

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