Soiree in the Parlor

Mamalama
 

 A listening experience that has been described as "like walking into a dream," Mamalama seamlessly weaves together world music (Native American, Middle Eastern, Celtic), classical minimalism, early/sacred/renaissance, psychedelia, indie-chamber music, and vivid lyrical mysticism. Mamalama is an uncommon orchestration of harp and ethereal voice, hammered dulcimer, glockenspiel, melodica, tenor recorder, piano, tenor mandolin, quena, charango, panpipes, and choral voices.  Mamalama has produced three CDs, and read and hear more about the band and their music at  http://www.mamalamaband.com .  Our upcoming shows will all be concentrating on playing some new material that blends Andes Manta's music and players with Mamalama's. Here is a link to a 28 minute section of this music from a concert in the Old Dutch Church in 2017:  https://soundcloud.com/mamalama-572648143/flutes-passion-of-cloud-causai-pacha-standing-on-serpents

A listening experience that has been described as "like walking into a dream," Mamalama seamlessly weaves together world music (Native American, Middle Eastern, Celtic), classical minimalism, early/sacred/renaissance, psychedelia, indie-chamber music, and vivid lyrical mysticism.
Mamalama is an uncommon orchestration of harp and ethereal voice, hammered dulcimer, glockenspiel, melodica, tenor recorder, piano, tenor mandolin, quena, charango, panpipes, and choral voices.

Mamalama has produced three CDs, and read and hear more about the band and their music at http://www.mamalamaband.com.

Our upcoming shows will all be concentrating on playing some new material that blends Andes Manta's music and players with Mamalama's. Here is a link to a 28 minute section of this music from a concert in the Old Dutch Church in 2017:
https://soundcloud.com/mamalama-572648143/flutes-passion-of-cloud-causai-pacha-standing-on-serpents