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Photos from Oaxaca: Episode 2002, The Marvels of Mexico

Here is a collection of photos from Oaxaca from Episode 2002: The Marvels of Mexico.

The Church of San Jeronimo, Tlacochahuaya Michael Barone
View of the ornately painted anonymous 1725 organ at the Church of San Jeronimo, Tlacochahuaya, near Oaxaca (organ mechanically and tonally restored by Susan Tattershall and Joachim Wesslowski, casework paintings restored by Mireya Olvera) Michael Barone
View of the ornately painted anonymous 1725 organ at the Church of San Jeronimo, Tlacochahuaya, near Oaxaca (organ mechanically and tonally restored by Susan Tattershall and Joachim Wesslowski, casework paintings restored by Mireya Olvera) Michael Barone
The Tlacochahuaya organ keyboard; not the typical Oaxacan 'hips' on the organ case. Michael Barone
Sideways view of the Tlacochahuaya organ showing the bellows, looking town the nave Michael Barone
A view into the have from the Tlacochahuaya organ loft Michael Barone
Organ from 1791 by Manuel Neri y Carmona at the Temple de Santa Maria de la Asuncion, Tlacolula (restored 2012-2014 by Gerhard Grenzing) Michael Barone
Tlacolula organ keyboard Michael Barone
Tlacolula organ facade detail Michael Barone
Tlacoluloa organ chamade trumpets Michael Barone
Andres Cea Galan at Santa Maria, Tlacolula Michael Barone
The extravagantly decorated interior of the Templo de Santa Maria de la Asuncion in Tlacolula Michael Barone
The extravagantly decorated interior of the Templo de Santa Maria de la Asuncion in Tlacolula Michael Barone
The extravagantly decorated interior of the Templo de Santa Maria de la Asuncion in Tlacolula Michael Barone
The anonymous 1726 table-organ at San Andres, Zautla (restored 1991-1993 by Organos Historicos de Mexico, project led by Susan Tattershall). Michael Barone
The hand-pumped bellows at the rear of the Zautla organ Michael Barone
What you see is what you hear, the spare interior of the Zautla organ Michael Barone
Decoratively painted Zautla facade pipes... they really do 'talk'. Michael Barone
Intricate ornamentation on the Zautla organ Michael Barone
Painted panel on the Zautla organ Michael Barone
Painted panel on the Zautla organ Michael Barone
The Zautla Village Promenade, leading to the Church of San Andres Michael Barone
The Zautla Village Band, which greeted the 2017 IOHIO Festival crew with unrestrained enthusiasm Michael Barone
IOHIO Director and Festival Chief, Cecilia Winter Michael Barone
Heroica Ciudad de Tlaxiaco Centro...the main market square in the city of Tlaxiaco, 160 kilometers northwest of metropolitan Oaxaca , with the church of Santa Maria Asuncion in the background. Michael Barone
Santa Maria Asuncion, Tlaxiaco Michael Barone
Evidence of earthquake damage in the structure of Santa Maria Asuncion Michael Barone
The nave of Santa Maria Asuncion, Tlaxiaco Michael Barone
Anonymous 18th century organ, restored 2002 by Pascual Quoirin, Tlaxiaco Michael Barone
Organ at Tlaxiaco Michael Barone
Facade detail at Tlaxiaco Michael Barone
Trompeta Real at Tlaxiaco Michael Barone
Hot peppers for sale in the Tlaxiaco market (!) Michael Barone

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