Los Pachamama (Terra Madre) is one of the most interesting Mexican groups of traditional music, which is characterized by the use of the most typical string instruments, such as requinto and jarana jarocho, archaic guitars with 5 or 8 strings.
In addition to them, they also play percussions such as the cajon and the pandero jarocho (a tambourine also octagonal in shape), and flutes of indigenous origin.
With almost thirty years of experience, the group led by Roberto Sobrino García and his brother Fernando Angel, has built a solid reputation linked to the close link with the popular world and the ability to broaden its gaze to the most representative and traditional music of Latin America.
Roberto Sobrino García jarana, accordeon, quena, zamponas
Fernando Angel Sobrino Garcíaguitar, charango, requinto jarocho, laud
Cesar Pérez García bass
Pablo Hernandez Mejiaperuvian cajon and drums
(Translation by Denis Cova, Sophie M. Scholl Language High School, Trento - “School and Work Project”)