#lasllamadas

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(@bilingualsprouts)

1 Day 21 Hours Ago

Today we learned about "Desfile de las Llamadas", a pre-carnaval festival in Montevideo, Uruguay, honoring African slaves. This celebration is one of the biggest in Uruguay, which was started by those of African origin, to honor, preserve and keep their African roots and history alive. El "Candombe", a rhytm played with three types of drums is the star of the festival and it is used to call or (Llamar) others to unite as one. In honor of these slaves, we made our own drum from recycled canisters. #uruguay #southamerica #carnival #candombe #lasllamadas #origins #history #slavery #united #spanishcamp #jacksonheights #nyc

(@arianaslist)

2018-07-14 06:58:48

Tomorrow (Sunday) at the @queensmuseum, 3pm! Las Llamadas with Favela Candombe Ensemble. Las Llamadas literally “the calls” in Spanish, signifies the African tradition of Uruguay, when slaves used candombe drums to call one another. Today, Las Llamadas signify the largest Carnival celebrations in Uruguay, when groups of musicians parade through the streets of the once-African neighborhoods of Barrio Sur and Palermo, using the drums to call one another out of their homes and parade through the capital, Montevideo. During this time, there are between 80-90 comparsas (music groups from each neighborhood) who wear costumes that reflect (and mock) the music’s historical roots in the slave trade. Recognized by UNESCO on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, Candombe, the music form played during Las Llamadas, means “pertaining to blacks” in Kikongo and originally referred to self-help dancing societies founded by persons of African descent. Today, Candombe is a source of pride and a symbol of the identity of communities of African descent in Montevideo, expressing the communities’ needs and feelings with regard to their ancestors. During Las Llamadas, the music of candombe is performed on three types of barriles (drums), made of wood and animal skins. The collective process of fire-tuning takes place before playing, when musicians comes together around fire to warm the skins of the drums. This group, created for this performance and led by Juan Chiavassa, shares the rhythmic traditions of Uruguay and Las Llamadas with his group, along with a desfile (parade). Vocals: Virginia García Alves Winds: Anggie Obin, Mariano Gil Candombe Drums: Arturo Prendez, Juan Ca, Sergio Camaran, Claudio Altesor, Juan Chiavassa, Fabri, El Chino See you there!

(@leo_nane)

2018-06-10 17:21:14

::: LAS LLAMADAS ::: Alrededor del fueguito se hace la ronda de cueros para tensarlos y comenzar el ritual. El candombe es uno de los ritmos más populares de la percusión uruguaya. En Montevideo hacen “ Las Llamadas” en varios barrios, la que vemos ahora fue en Barrio Sur, cerca de Medio Mundo. Cuando fui en vacaciones no pude coincidir con la rumbita de tambores, que alegría contar con amigos como @alejandro.cuadrado85 quien grabó esto hoy para acercarme un poco a la experiencia dominguera. Gracias Alito! Volveré a Uruguay por los tambores y por más momentos con mi familia Cuadrado Capel ❤️😎 #tambor #uruguay #musica #candombe #lasllamadas

(@oscarbelok)

2018-05-23 15:18:33

#hachaytiza #lasllamadas con Horacio Peralta... Sonó su teléfono después del programa ¡MIRALO! @nadiafumeiro @jptaibo27 @diegomir19

(@jesstoj.art)

2018-05-19 17:38:35

Progress of a current project. A beautiful #candombe dancer I spotted watching #lasllamadas in Uruguay a couple years ago 💃done using oil pastels on paper 👩‍🎨

(@by_fotografos)

2018-05-07 05:09:44

Insta del domingo No es febrero ni Montevideo. Mayo en La Boca #lasllamadas

(@sebaviendo)

2018-03-25 18:51:17

El mejor libro que estoy leyendo de sorpresa aparece con un CD en la contratapa. Sorpresa que me dijeron cuando lo compré, pero la memoria, esa palabra. #lasllamadas #paezvilaro

(@juandeleonqigong)

2018-02-18 13:39:22

Carnaval en Uruguay.. Las Llamadas..!! 🎉🇺🇾 #lasllamadas #purelove #qifromtheheart #feelingood #onlyunurugaknowsthefeeling

(@marcyf64)

2018-02-18 05:53:05

Las Llamadas Stars Shake it Up !

(@bodocristina)

2018-02-11 20:26:05

Rostros del carnaval #lasllamadas, #isladeflores #carnaval #carnavale #carnival

(@bodocristina)

2018-02-11 20:24:39

Rostros del carnaval #lasllamadas, #isladeflores #carnaval #carnavale #carnival

(@bodocristina)

2018-02-11 20:23:00

Rostros del carnaval #lasllamadas, #isladeflores #carnaval #carnavale #carnival

(@mariaasteph)

2018-02-11 07:09:11

I had goosebumps. This experience was like no other. Indescribable. Overwhelming. Beautiful. #lavidaesuncarnaval #lasllamadas 🇺🇾💙

(@tatucera1)

2018-02-11 06:18:15

Cuando pasan las banderas #lasllamadas #montevideo #uruguay

(@tatucera1)

2018-02-11 06:16:36

Emprendimientos comerciales en torno a #lasllamadas #carnaval #montevideo #uruguay

(@mariaevgenia)

2018-02-11 06:06:40

Второй день карнавала #lasllamadas , самого яркого и красочного шествия карнавальных выступлений, перенесли на субботу из-за дождей, сегодня снова дождик, но с нами куча впечатлений от карнавальной ночи, несмотря на то, что живу тут 18-й год, хожу все равно и не перестаёт нравиться, даже после года жизни в Бразилии, где пересмотрела несколько карнавалов наш кажется более милый и домашний , каждый год он становится более насыщенным и интересным 😻💃🎊🎉👯‍♀️🕺🏼🔥👙🌺#lasllamadas2018 #palermo #barriosur #isladeflores #carnaval #candombe #baile #comparsa #vedette #bailarina #tambor #mamavieja #febrero2018 #carnavaluruguayo #carnavaluruguay #карнавал #карнавалуругвай #палермо #ласжамадас #компарсас #танцы #танцовщица #тамбор #тамборес #монтевидео #уругвай #гидуругвай #гидвуругвае

(@begerezteatro)

2018-02-11 03:40:10

Hermosa noche en LAS LLAMADAS disfrutando con amigos de un show muy bien organizado y de gran nivel. #lasllamadas #carnaval #carnaval2018

(@rosaysumochila)

2018-02-10 21:28:02

Último dia de mi estancia, rodeada de gente estupenda q m han hecho disfrutar la vida local, viviendo los carnavales “las llamadas” con su tamborrada y el Condombe.. #lasllamadas#carnaval#palermo#montevideo#condombe#tamborrada#solotravel#happy#goodlife#goodvibes#neverfeelalone#travelleraroundtheworld🌍#

(@otrapalinka)

2018-02-10 20:58:03

El candombe del olvido, tal vez si yo le pido un recuerdo, me devuelva lo perdido. #montevideo #lasllamadas #candombe #carnaval #ríodelaplata #americalatina #latinoamerica #festejo #fiesta #fest #noche #uruguay #musica #celebraciones

(@damianbrissio)

2018-02-10 19:54:07

Uruguay natural #lasllamadas #carnaval #travel #amigos @mechelalanne @merietcheverrito

(@carasuruguay)

2018-02-10 19:52:39

Los Rada juntos en #lasllamadas #repost @negrorada with @get_repost ・・・ Noche de llamadas en familia @julieta_rada #matiasrada ❤️🎶 #carnaval2018

(@cggphoto)

2018-02-09 20:57:29

Feliz Carnaval everyone! What better way to celebrate carnival then by going to #lasllamadas ? Yes, its crowded, loud and some people drink way too much wine- but it’s also colourful, joyful, and overwhelmingly beautiful. So much to see, you can feel the drums in your bones and you can’t help but dance. The crowds were thick as you can see from the 2nd clip and after a few minutes in there, MsR declared that she wanted out because it was hard to breathe. I hoisted her up on a window sill where she had a perfect vantage point and me and my mom figured out a new game plan. We couldn’t stay where we were with the crowd multiplying by the minute- hot sweaty bodies pressing in to get a better view of the comparsas. With my cgg shear luck & some fandango- I managed to get us front-row right where the parade takes off - in an area reserved only for the residents & media. We got to mingle “backstage” with the performers and MsR was out of her mind excited to meet some of the vedettes (the principal dancers with all the feathers). My mom was nervous as anything and I had to give her a pep-talk on “acting like you own the place”. 😉. She has a horrible poker face! Swipe through to see footage and the magic of the tambores. |#cggphotorawfootage

(@mearmaid)

2018-02-09 06:58:13

Carnival in Uruguay is the longest carnival in the world, with events that span over 40 days. While it might not have the prestige of Rio this actually makes it a more local, family-oriented and affordable experience - all whilst still being a fantastic fiesta. We were lucky enough to be in Montevideo for one of the parades known as “Las Llamadas.” With colourful costumes, dancing and a whole lot of drums - it’s definitely worth experiencing. #montevideo #uruguay #carnival #lasllamadas #carnaval #fiesta #dancers #costumes #allonshow #drums #parade #parades #reasonstotravel #travellingisfun #experince #southamerica #mearmaidtravels