Friday, July 3, 2009

Live Andean Music and Chili Ristras

As I was walking the quaint streets of Old Town Scottsdale, I heard this wonderful live Andean Music below these chili ristras.

The musicians were playing in front of Bischoff's, a long established family who have retail stores in Old Town Scottsdale. Tomorrow I will show you the front of one of their stores.

I love Andean music and really enjoyed hearing live music. I have lots of Andean music CDs. 

The chili ristras add a nice visual effect to the downtown scene.  

14 comments:

brattcat said...

Thank you for sharing the moment with us. I can imagine what it must have sounded like as you came upon it. And such warm colors.

B SQUARED said...

I'm with you. I find the music hauntingly appealing;it pulls you in and touches you in a way others don't.

Olivier said...

il ne nous manque que le son ;), cela devait être sympathique comme concert.
we lack only sound ;), it was to be nice as concert.

Prospero said...

That's an interesting instrument.

robert said...

Without knowing you add many times much spice into my life.
Been around alot, sometimes without leaving a trace, but for sure am impressed by the composition of your photography.

Sharon said...

There is something about this muusic that just draws you in.

henny said...

Looking forward for the stores. For now, I just want to search Andean musin on Youtube and enjoy chili ristras. Happy weekend :).

Jarart said...

Always my favorite and when we are lucky enough to come across a group we will stay for as long as possible to enjoy the music. Great find!

Don and Krise said...

I have to admit, I'm not at all familiar with Andean music. I'll have to look it up later today. Have a happy 4th!

Jacob said...

Very nice. I've never heard the music...but will take your word for it!

Cezar and Léia said...

Very nice! I like this kind of music and I guess these guys who play Andean stuff are everywhere in the world, I've seen such artists in many different places. Simon & Garfunkel owe them one with El Condor Pasa...
God bless you!
Cezar

Hilda said...

I would love to hear the music. Somehow, I imagine it would be similar to our ethnic music too. The hanging chilis provide a lovely and very appropriate background.

PAK said...

Best wishes for National Holiday!

JM said...

Very cool!

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