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"The Circle Dance", was performed February 2008 in Puerto Montt, Chile, by a native-American group from Ecuador called Sisaryñan". As you can see, they are quite adept at it.
The group traveled from Ecuador, making their way gradually down South, across Peru and into Chile. They hope to reach Punta Arenas, Chile before turning around for the return journey to Ecuador.
The group (five people) supports itself solely by performing and singing for locals and tourists, as you can see in this video.
Filming was done by my wife, Gaby, on the spur of the moment. The music is "Sacred Spirit" - Ly o Lay Ale Loya (a beautiful mix of music and native American chant).
I have added some additional native American photos and some of the beautiful scenery from Southern Chile, "The Lake Region" (Lago Llanquihue). It is truly magnificent scenery in the South of Chile.
We were fortunate to be visiting with relatives, John and Linda Peck, when we literally "bumped" into this group while out taking a family walk one evening after dinner.
We enjoyed the performance of this travelling group, SISARYÑAN, and recommend them highly to you as they make their return journey to Ecuador supporting themselves in this adventuresome fashion!
"Sacred Spirit" is a musical project by German musician Claus Zundel, who is also known for another successful project, B-Tribe. The music is of electronic, new age, world, ambient, house, jazz and blues genres.
Sacred Spirit (in some regions known as Sacred Spirits) is Zundel's most successful project, with total worldwide album sales estimated to be over 15 million copies. For each Sacred Spirit album sold, a donation is made to the Native American Rights Fund, the non-profit American Indian organization devoting all its time to restoring the legal rights of the native American people.
We would like to dedicate this photo/video/blog to the group itself, SISARYÑAN, and to our relatives who live in the South of Chile.