Ñusta Nativa: Amor Indio
Here is a famous Peruvian song by one of Peru's greatest coloraturas.
Born Inés Oropeza Crisóstomo de Vivanco, she began singing at an early age. She was a pioneer of the Peruvian musical folklore. With her group, Wirakocha, she was the first traditional singer to appear on the National Peruvian television. She was very famous in the fifties, the golden age of Peruvian folk music. She participated in the Pachamama company, founded by the famous anthropologist and folklorist Dr. Alejandro Vivanco Guerra. She now lives in Lima and still sings for all audiences.
Enjoy the artistry of Ñusta Nativa!