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Numeric key of sections
[Articles identification: issue number (dot) section numeric code]
01 – History (music) | 02 – Reviews | 03 – Novelties | 04 – Song | 05 – Lyrics | 06 – Classic group | 07 – New group | 08 – Composer | 09 – Instruments | 10 – Instrument | 11 – Readings | 12 – Resources | 13 – Rhythm | 14 – Style | 15 – Dance | 16 – Festival | 17 – Legend | 18 – Clothing | 19 – History | 20 – Geography | 21 – Culture | 22 – Language

A   |   B   |   C   |   Ch   |   D   |   E   |   F   |   G   |   H   |   I   |   J   |   K   |   L   |   Ll   |   M
N   |   Ñ   |   O   |   P   |   Q   |   R   |   S   |   T   |   U   |   V   |   W   |   X   |   Y   |   Z

A tres bandas (book)12.11
Abel Velásquez Zavaleta16.03
Aconcagua (culture)7.19
Adiós, pueblo de Ayacucho (song)16.04
Adriana Lúbiz15.07
Afro-Bolivian saya12.01
Rhythm – vid. Saya (rhythm)
Drums – vid. Cajas (drums) of the saya
Attire – 12.18
Afro-Bolivian saya (song)12.05
Afro-Bolivians12
Culture – 12.21
History – 12.19
Language – 12.22
Music (in general) – 12.01
Vid. also Yungas (Bolivia)
Agrupación Quiabaya2.07
Agüita de Phutiña (song)2.05
Aimé Painé10.02
Aiquile15.20
Vid. also Todos los Santos de Aiquile (feast)
Alacaluf (people) – vid. Qawásqar (people)
Alasitas (fair)2.16
Alaxpacha2.02; 11.03
Albazo3.13
Alberto Rey17.02
Alborada5.02; 19.06
Aldana2.01
Alejandro Cámara2.04; 8.04; 8.08
Alfandoque6.01
Alfonso Zabala Pinedo12.08
Alfredo Coca15.02
Alma pinkillo4.09; 9.09; 9.10
Alpamayo5.02
Altiplano7.01
Alturas5.01
Amaru2.03
Ananau (song)19.04
Anatas (tarkas)11.10
Ancash5.01
Vid. also Chuscada ancashina
Andean aerophones1.09
Distribution – 4.09
History – 2.09; 3.09
Vid. also Andean panpipes, Andean transverse flutes, Bocinas (horns), Flautas de chinos (Chile), Horns (natural trumpets), Ocarina, Pampapiano, Pifilka, Pinkillos (traditional), Quenas (traditional), Sikus (ensembles), Tarkas (ensembles)
Andean chordophones1.09; 5.09
History – 15.19
Traditions – 15.21
Vid. also Andean harp, Andean violin, Bandola, Bandolín, Bandurria, Charango, Guitar, Guitarrillas, Guitarrón (Chile), Khonkhota, Kinkulkawe, Mandolina, Mediana (chordophone), Rabel, Tiple, Vihuela, Walaycho
Andean fusions19.01
Andean harp5.09; 5.10; 17.01; 17.09
Andean harpists17.01
Andean idiophones1.09; 6.09
Vid. also Alfandoque, Bell (idiophone), Cencerro (idiophone), Chajchas (idiophone), Chiñisk'u, Chorimori (idiophone), Chullu chullu (idiophone), Gallu gallu (idiophone), Güiro, Kaskawilla, Maraca, Matraca, Sistro, Tormento (idiophone), Trompe, Vaina (idiophone), Wada, Wak'allo
Andean instruments
Borrowings, adaptations and innovations – 19.09
Music (in general) – 1.09
Vid. also Andean aerophones, Andean chordophones, Andean idiophones, Andean membranophones
Andean membranophones1.09; 12.09
Vid. also Bombo, Bombo legüero, Caja, Caja Chipaya, Caja mohoceñada, Cajas (drums) of the saya, Caquekultrun, Kultrun, Redoblante, Tambor (drum), Tinya, Wankar, Wank'ara
Andean music1
In general – 1.01
Outside the Andes – 18.01
Andean panpipes1.09
Vid. also Rondador, Siku, Sikus (ensembles)
Andean transverse flutes20.09
Vid. also Gaita of Otavalo
Andean violin5.09; 17.01; 17.10
Andean violinists17.01
Andes
Culture – 1.21
Geography – 1.20
History – 1.19
Languages – 1.22
Vid. also Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru
Andino de Oruro9.02
Andrés Lares León17.06
Ángel Bedrillana5.04
Ángel Parra7.01
Antara19.02
Antioqueñita (song)6.04
Antonio Mocho (song)3.05
Apanqoraycha (song)5.04
Aparcoa7.01
Arak Pacha7.02
Arawi2.01
Argentina4
Culture (north-west) – 18.21
Geography – 4.20
Music (in general) – 4.01
Prehispanic history – 4.19
Spanish (north-west) – 18.22
Ariel Ramírez4.01
Armay Chisi en Imbabura20.16
Arpaschallay, violinchallay (song)17.05
Arturo Flores14.03
¡Así Kotama!20.03
Atacameño (people) – vid. Lickan Antay (people)
Atahualpa Yupanqui4.01
Aullagas1.03
Awá (language)6.22
Awatiñas1.03; 9.06
Ayacucho16.20
Indumentaria – 15.18
Ayarachi (dance)13.15
Ayarachis5.01; 8.01; 13.09
Ayarichis4.09; 8.01; 13.09
Ayllu Majasaya9.02
Aymara (language)1.22; 9.22
Aymara (people) – In Bolivia – 9
Attire – 9.18
Culture – 9.21
Geography – 9.20
History – 9.19
Music (in general) – 9.01
Vid. also Aymara (language)
Ayrachis8.01


Bahía (culture)3.01
Bailecito (dance)4.15
Bailecito (rhythm)4.13
Bailes (Chile)7.01; 7.16
Bailes chinos (Chile)7.01; 7.16
Vid. also Flautas de chinos (Chile)
Bambuco6.01; 6.13
Banda de Flautas Chicha y Guarapo20.07
Bandola5.09; 6.01; 18.09
Bandolín5.09; 18.09
Bandurria5.09; 18.09; 18.10
Beatriz Pichi Malén10.03
Bell (idiophone)6.09
Betanceña (song)8.04
Betty Veizaga11.02
Betty Veizaga y el grupo Pukaj Wayra – vid. Dúo Takiytinku
Bío Bío, sueño azul (song)10.04
Bocinas (horns)1.09; 10.09
Vid. also Kull kull, Putú (Atacama), Pututu, Waqra, Waqraphuku, Wayllaqhepa
Bolivia2
Altiplano – 9.20
Geography – 2.20
Geography, Aymara area – 9.20
Geography, Quechua area – 8.20
Music (in general) – 2.01
Vid. also Afro-Bolivians, Aiquile, Aymara (people) – In Bolivia, Meseta del Collao, Quechua (people) – In Bolivia
Bolivia: calendario musical de los valles altos8.02
Bolivian Jazz19.02
Bombo12.09
Bombo Charazani – vid. Wankar
Bombo Italaque – vid. Wankar
Bombo k'antu – vid. Wankar
Bombo legüero12.09
Bombo sikuri – vid. Wankar
Bonanza2.03
Bordemar7.01
Boyacá (attire)6.18


Cacharpaya del carnaval (song)11.04
Cachimbo7.15
Caja4.21; 12.09
Caja Chipaya12.09
Caja mohoceñada8.09
Cajas (drums) of the saya12.10
Calcha (people)8.01
Camacheña – vid. Kamacheña
Camanchaco (culture) – vid. Chango (culture)
Camaruco7.01; 10.16
Camsá (language)6.22
Canción para dormir a un niño (song)10.05
Cantalicio Rojas6.08
Caña (Tarija)10.09
Cañari (culture)17.19
Cañari (language)17.22
Caporal12.14
Caquekultrun7.01
Caracara (chiefdom) – vid. Aymara (chiefdoms)
Caral-Supe (culture)2.09; 5.19
Caranga (chiefdom) – vid. Aymara (chiefdoms)
Caranqui (culture)3.21
Caranqui (language)17.22
Carlos Saquicela17.02
Carlos Vega4.01
Carlota Jaramillo3.01
Carnaval de Arapa11.14
Carnaval de Negros y Blancos6.16
Carnavaleando (song)4.04
Carnavalito (Argentina)1.14
Carnavalito (cruceño)11.13
Carnival (in the Andes)11
Geography – 11.20
History – 11.19
Masks – 11.18
Music (in general) – 11.01
Traditions – 11.21
Vocabulary – 11.22
Carnival of Cajamarca16.16
Carnival of Chiapa11.16
Carnival of Humahuaca4.16
Carnival songs of Jujuy (song)11.05
Carriel16.18
Cascahuilla – vid. Kaskawilla
Catálogo ilustrado de instrumentos musicales argentinos (book)4.11
Cauca
Clothing – 20.18
History – 20.19
Caupolicán Huenulaf10.02
Cauzúlor (Atacama)7.01
Cencerro (idiophone)6.09
Centro Cultural Ayarachis de Ura Ayllu13.02
Centro de Expresión Cultural Wayra Marka13.02
Centro de Música Nativa Khonsatta9.02
Centro Viacha Aymara9.03
César Palacios15.02
Clarín (Atacama)10.09
Clarín (Cajamarca)10.09
Clarinets (Andean)19.10
Colombia6
Geography – 6.20
Music (in general) – 6.01
Colombian duets6.02
Colombian Massif20.20
Colquechacamanta (song)8.05
Colla (people) – vid. Kolla (people)
Condors and foxes (legend)9.17
Congreso7.01
Conjunto Aflaiai10.06
Conjunto Alma Caucana20.02; 20.06
Conjunto Autóctono Sikuris Mallkus de Taypi Ayca9.07
Conjunto Condemayta de Acomayo5.02
Conjunto de Zampoñas "Josafat Roel Pineda" de Lima13.07
Conjunto de Zampoñas Motorizada de Ilave13.02
Conjunto Folklórico de la Universidad del Norte7.01
Coquena4.17
Coraza (Ecuador)3.18
Vid. also Los Corazas (feast)
Corneta – vid. Erque (horn)
Cuando florezca el chuño (song)19.05
Cuarteto Zupay4.01
Cueca7.13
Cueca chapaca19.14
Cueca nortina (Chile)7.14
Cultrún – vid. Kultrun
Cullaguada – vid. Kullahuada
Cunco (people) – vid. Huilliche (people)
Cuncumén7.01
Curacas7.03
Curaguaras (tarkas) – vid. Tarkas (ensembles)
Cusco (Cuzco)14.20


Chacallada5.01
Chajchas (idiophone)6.09
Chajje4.09; 8.09
Chamal (group)7.01
Chamall (cloth)7.18
Chamí (language)6.22
Chancay (culture)2.09
Chango (culture)7.19
Chanka (culture)5.01
Charango5.09; 15; 15.09
History – 15.19
Legend – 15.17
Music (in general) – 15.01
Name – 15.22
Traditions – 15.21
Charangos and guitarrillas from Norte Potosí8.02
Charijayac3.02; 3.03
Charka (Confederation)8.19
Charka (chiefdom) – vid. Charka (Confederation)
Chatre (pinkillo)9.09
Chavín (culture)2.09
Chaway7.18
Chay calle (song)2.04
Chaya
Dance – 18.15
Festival – 18.16
Legend – 18.17
Rhythm – 18.13
Style – 18.14
Chayag3.03
Cherrufe10.17
Chibcha (culture)6.19
Chicha (people)8.01
Chicha (chiefdom) – vid. Aymara (chiefdoms)
Chile7
Prehispanic history – 7.19
Geography – 7.20
Music (in general) – 7.01
Chimayche17.14
Chimizapagua6.02; 6.06; 20.02
Chimú (culture)2.09
Chinchorro (culture)7.19
Chinisco – vid. Chiñisk'u
Chiñisk'u6.09
Chipaya
Culture – 2.21
Language – 2.22
Chiriguanos13.09
Chirimía (Colombia)6.01
Chirimia del río Napi20.03
Chiriwanos13.09
Choike pürrün10.15
Chonguinada5.01
Chono (people) – vid. Qawásqar (people)
Choquela4.09; 7.09
Chorimori (idiophone)7.01
Chorrera (culture)3.01
Christmas (in Saraguro)17.16
Chuccuruma7.01; 7.04
Chucho – vid. Maraca
Ch'ullpas9.19
Ch'ullu2.18
Chullu chullu (idiophone)6.09
Chuma Q'hantati13.03
Chunchos (Tarija)19.18
Chuscada ancashina5.14
Ch'utas11.08
Ch'utillos8.01
Chuymampi9.03


Daiji Fukuda15.03
Dámaris Mallma5.07
Daniel Kirwayo16.02
Daniel Zamalloa17.03
Danza de las tijeras5.01; 5.18
Danzante (Bolivia)9.16
Danzante (Ecuador)3.14
Danzaq – vid. Danza de las tijeras
David Vega16.02
De correrías y alumbranzas20.03
Devils and chirimías20.17
Diablada5.01; 7.16; 11.01; 11.17
Diablos tentadores y pinkillus embriagadores (book)11.11
Diaguita (culture)18.19
Argentina – 4.01; 4.19
Chile – 7.01; 7.19
Didáctica de la quena peruana (book)14.11
Diego Jascalevich15.02
Diosdado Gaitán Castro5.03
Doctorcito5.01
Dúo Hermanas Ascarza11.02
Dúo Salteño4.01
Dúo Takiytinku8.07


Ecuador3
Andean clothing – 17.18
Geography – 3.20
Music (in general) – 3.01
Pre-Hispanic history – 3.19
Pre-Inca languages – 17.22
Eddy Navia15.02
Eduardo Falú4.01; 4.05
Edwin Montoya5.01
Ekeko2.17
El Canto del Hombre10.03
El Dorado6.17
El quenero (song)14.05
El ritmo negro (song)12.04
El sanjuanero (song)6.05
El sotareño (song)20.05
Emberá (language) – vid. Chamí (language)
Ennio Vivas20.08
Enrique Males3.08
Enriqueta Ulloa2.01
Equeco – vid. Ekeko
Erke (horn) – vid. Erque (horn)
Erkencho (clarinet) – vid. Erquencho (clarinet)
Ernesto Cavour Aramayo2.08
Vid. also Instrumentos musicales de Bolivia (book), Los Jairas
Erqe – vid. Erque (horn); Erquencho (clarinet)
Erque (horn)4.09; 4.10; 4.21
Vid. also Erquencho (clarinet)
Erquencho (clarinet)4.09; 8.01
Escuela de flautas y tambores (book)20.11
Eugenio Challapa7.05
Expreso Puquio (song)17.04


Facio Santillán14.02
Feast of the Cross13.16
Fernando Sepúlveda14.02
Festival of the Virgin of Carmen in Paucartambo14.16
Festivals of Cusco20.02
Fiesta de San Benito12.16
Fiesta de San Roque19.16
Fiesta en los Andes: Ritos, música y danzas del Perú (book)5.11
Flautas de chinos (Chile)4.09
Flautilla de Pascua – vid. Kamacheña
Florencio Coronado17.02
Footwear (Andean)18.18
Fortaleza2.01
Fortunato Ramos4.08
Francisco Benavides Caro16.06
Freddy Torrealba15.03
Fusión Peruana: Contemporary Peruvian Musical Hybrids (book)19.11


Gabriela Pizarro7.01
Gaita of Otavalo20.10
Gallu gallu (idiophone)6.09; 8.18
Garzón y Collazos6.01
Gilbert Favre14.06
Grupo Andino de Oruro2.01
Grupo Coca2.01
Grupo de Arte 14 de Setiembre de Moho13.02
Grupo Sayubú8.08
Grupo Semilla2.03; 8.08
Guabina6.15
Guafa Trío6.03
Guamary7.01
Guambiano (language) – vid. Misak (language)
Guillermo de la Roca18.02
Güiro6.09
Guitar5.09; 16
Temples (tunings) – 16.09
Music (in general) – 16.01
Guitarra nueva (song)18.05
Guitarrillas5.09; 15.09
Vid. also Charangos and guitarrillas from Norte Potosí; Khonkhota
Guitarrón (Chile)5.09
Performers – 16.21
Gustavo Patiño4.03


Hágame un tiple, maestro (song)16.05
Héctor Soto15.02
Herranza (feast)5.16
Hiru Hicho12.06
Horacio Salinas7.05; 7.08
Horns (natural trumpets)1.09; 10.09
Vid. also Caña (Tarija), Clarín (Atacama), Clarín (Cajamarca), Erque (horn), Erquencho (clarinet), Horns (natural trumpets), Ñolkiñ, Tira tira, Trutruka
Huaconada of Mito16.15
Huada – vid. Wada
Huanca (culture)5.01
Huajra – vid. Waqra
Huajra pucu – vid. Waqraphuku
Huara7.02
Huari (culture) – vid. Wari (culture)
Huaylarsh5.15
Huaylash – vid. Huaylarsh
Huaylía17.13
Huaylla quepa – vid. Wayllaqhepa
Huayno (dance)1.15
Huayno (rhythm)1.13
Huayno ayacuchano16.14
Huayno k'alampeado15.14
Huayucaltia18.02
Huella Pampa19.02
Huerque Mapu4.02
Hugo Arévalo16.02
Huilliche (language)10.22
Vid. also Mapudungu
Huilliche (people)7.01; 7.19; 7.21
Vid also Mapuche (people)
Humahuaca Trío19.03


Illapu1.02; 1.06; 7.03
Inca
Music (in general) – 3.09
Incan Fox20.13
Incantation18.06
Inga (language)6.22
Inka – vid. Inca
Inka Kenas5.01
Inka Marka18.03
Inkuyo1.02
Instrumentos musicales de Bolivia (book)1.11
Inti-Illimani1.02; 7.05
Histórico – 7.03
Intimate distance (book)18.11
Intipacha7.01
Isabel Parra7.01


Jach'a Mallku2.01
Jach'a sikus4.09; 13.09
Jach'a uru (song)9.04
Jaime Torres4.02
Jalq'a (people)8.01
Jama-Coaque (culture)3.01
Jant'arki8.01
Jantarque – vid. Jant'arki
Jatari3.02; 3.06
Jatun charango – vid. Khonkhota
Jatun Puncha in Imbabura20.16
Jatun pututu – vid. Tira tira
Javier Echecopar Mongilardi16.07
Jew's harp – vid. Trompe
Jiyawa15.15
Joël Perri18.02
Jorge Cumbo14.08
Jorge Milchberg18.08
Jorge Velosa y los Carrangueros de Ráquira6.02
José Pérez de Arce10.03
José Railef Calfín10.08
Juan Carlos Cadena15.03
Juch'uy charango – vid. Walaycho
Jukumani (people)8.01
Jula jula (style)8.14
Jula julas4.09; 13.09
Julian Tucumbi3.01
Julio Humala16.02


K'achampa14.14
K'achuiri (pinkillo)9.09
Kai kai filu (legend)7.17
Kajelo5.01
K'ala Marka2.02
Kamac Pacha Inti7.02
Kamacheña4.09
K'antu (dance)2.15
K'antu (rhythm)2.13
Vid. also Sikus k'antus
K'antus – vid. Sikus k'antus
Karanka (chiefdom) – vid. Aymara (chiefdoms)
Karanki (culture) – vid. Caranqui (culture)
Karhuani (pinkillo)9.09
Karumanta5.01
Kaskawilla7.01; 6.09
Kaweshqar (people) – vid. Qawásqar (people)
Kena – vid. Quena
Kena kena – vid. Quena quena
Kena-taki (song)18.04
Khanata2.01
Khonkhota5.09; 8.01; 15.10
Kichwa – vid. Quechua (language) – Ecuador
Kichwakunapa yachaykuna (book)3.11
Killaka-Asanaqi (chiefdom) – vid. Aymara (chiefdoms)
Killary19.07
Kinkulkawe7.01
Kirkincho sp.18.03
Kishuar5.01
K'oli pankarita (song)9.05
Kolla (people)4.21
Kollahuara de Chile7.02
Kotosh5.01
Kuelap5.01
Kultrun7.01; 12.09
Kull kull4.09; 7.01; 10.09
Kullahuada5.01
Kullawas18.07
Küpam7.18


La danza de las tijeras y el violín de Lucanas (book)17.11
La escuela moderna del charango (book)15.11
La fiesta del charango (song)15.04
La guitarra en el Perú: bases para su historia (book)16.11
La Tirana (feast)7.16
La Tolita (culture)3.01
Lakitas4.09; 7.01; 7.13; 7.14; 13.09
Laquitas – vid. Lakitas
Larín – vid. Tira tira
La Rioja (Argentina)18.20
Las Capitalinas7.07
Las Voces Blancas4.01
Latitud cero (song)3.04
Laura Pacheco17.07
Lauraque (Chipaya) – vid. Bell
Lautaro Manquilef10.02
Layme (people)8.01
Leda Valladares13.03
Lemunantu10.02
Leonel Lienlaf10.02
Lickan Antay (people)7.01; 7.19
Lichiguayo4.09; 7.10
Lichiwayu – vid. Lichiguayo
Lira Paucina11.06
Literatura aymara: antología (book)9.11
Literatura quechua y aymara (book)2.11
Lolkiñ – vid. Ñolkiñ
Loma larga (song)20.04
Longko10.19
Longkomew10.14
Los Calchakis1.02
Los caminos del tiple (book)6.11
Los Corazas (feast)3.16
Vid. also Coraza
Los Cuatro Huasos7.01
Los Chacos18.02
Los Chalchaleros4.01
Los Chaskis4.02
Los Chopkjas5.03
Los Hermanos Ábalos4.01
Los Huasos Quincheros7.01
Los Huayanay3.02
Los Incas18.02
Los Jairas2.02
Los Jaivas7.06
Los Kjarkas1.02; 2.06; 11.02
Los Masis8.03
Los Sikuris6.01
Los Tekis4.03; 4.04
Los Uros del Titicaca5.01
Lucho Cavour14.02
Luis Advis7.01
Luis Durand Rodríguez14.02
Luis Rico2.01
Luna Jujeña11.07
Luriguayo – vid. Mohoceño
Luthiers16.22
Luzmila Carpio8.02


Llajtaymanta11.03
Llamerada (dance)9.15
Llaqtamaqta17.15
Llolleo (culture)7.19


Macha (people)8.01
Machi10.19
Makuñ7.18
Malakun wawapa (song)13.05
Malawira8.01
Malicho (pinkillo)9.09
Mallku de los Andes8.03
Manchay puytu (legend)1.17
Vid. also Quena
Mandolina5.09; 18.09
Manuel Miranda19.08
Manuelcha Prado5.08
Mapuche (people)10
Attire – 7.18
Culture – 7.21
Language – vid. Mapudungu
Music (in general) – 10.01
Silverwork – 10.18
Vid. also Huilliche (people)
Mapuche. Semillas de Chile (book)10.11
Mapudungu7.22
Vid. also Huilliche (language)
Maraca6.09; 6.10
Marcelo Peña14.03
Margot Loyola7.15
Margot Palomino5.01
Mariana Carrizo4.07
Mariana Cayón14.07
Mariela Condo3.07
Marinera puneña – vid. Pandilla puneña
Mario Porfirio Gutiérrez9.08
Markama4.06
Markamaru7.01
Markasata9.02
Martina Portocarrero5.01
Masks (Carnival)11.18
Masks (Cuzco)14.18
Matraca6.09
Mauro Flores17.03
Máximo Damián17.02; 17.08
Maya Andina2.01
Mauro Núñez Cáceres15.06
Mediana (chordophone)5.09; 8.01
Medio Italaque – vid. Wank'ara
Melodies sellers13.08
Meseta del Collao13.20
Vid. also Bolivia, Peru
Mi charango (song)15.05
Micaela Chauque14.07
Micamac19.02
Mimulas13.09
Misak (culture)20.21
Misak (language)6.22
Moche (culture)2.09
Mochica (culture) – vid. Moche (culture)
Mohoceñada5.01
Mohoceño4.09; 8.09
Mohoseño – vid. Mohoceño
Mokolulu7.09
Morenada12.15
Moseño – vid. Mohoceño
Moxeño (instrument) – vid. Mohoceño
Much'a4.09; 8.09
Muisca6.22
Muisca (Prehispanic) - vid. Chibcha
Muliza5.13
Muqululu – vid. Mokolulu
Muquni – vid. Alma pinkillo
Murga (Colombia)6.01
Music of Colombia20.02
Music of the Calcha8.02


Nasa (people)6.21
Nasa Kuv'20.02
Language – 6.22
Naymlap (legend)5.17
Nazca (culture)2.09
Ngenechen7.21
Ngillatun7.01; 10.16
Niyireth Alarcón6.07
Norte Potosí (group)8.06
Nueva Canción chilena (Chilean New Song)7.01


Ñanda Mañachi3.01; 3.02
Ñolkiñ4.09; 7.01; 10.09; 10.10


Obdulio y Julián6.01
Ocarina4.09
Ona (people) – Vid. Selk'nam (people)
Orlando Pozo y el grupo Pujllay8.03
Orquestín5.01
Ortiga7.01
Osvaldo Torres7.01; 7.05
Otoniel Ccayanchira17.03


Pablo Minaya17.02
Pacochis (dance)9.16
Pacochis (pinkillo)9.09
Pachama (song)7.04
Pachamama (group)18.03
Paez (people) – vid. Nasa (people)
Paja Brava9.02
Palta (culture)17.19
Palta (language)17.22
Pampapiano5.01
Pancho Valdivia Taucán14.02
Pandilla puneña11.15
Panzaleo (language)17.22
Passacaglia (rhythm)13.13
Pasillo6.01
Pasillo (Colombia)20.14
Pasto (language)17.22
Patagonia10.20
Patricio Manns7.08
Pehuenche (culture)7.21
Pelón Santamarta6.04
Pericona7.01
Peru5
Geography – 5.20
Music (in general) – 5.01
Vid. also Ayacucho, Meseta del Collao
Perú Inka5.01
Phuna4.09
Phusipia – vid. Pusipía
Picunche (culture) – vid. Pikunche (culture)
Pifilka4.09; 7.01
Pifülka – vid. Pifilka
Pijao (language)6.22
Pikunche (culture)7.01; 7.19; 7.21
Piloilo7.01
Pincullo – vid. Pinkillos
Pinkhullus tokhoro – vid. Senqatanqana
Pinkillada5.01
Pinkillos (traditional)1.09
Large pinkillos – 8.09
Little pinkillos – 9.09
Vid. also Alma pinkillo, Chajje, Chatre (pinkillo), K'achuiri (pinkillo), Karhuani (pinkillo), Malicho (pinkillo), Mohoceño, Much'a, Pacochis (pinkillo), Phuna, Pinkillos (traditional), Pinkuyllu, Rollano, Roncadora, Santa Bárbara (flute), Saripalka (pinkillo), Senqatanqana, Tarakha (pinkillo), Tarka, Tarkas (ensembles), Turume, Waka pinkillo
Pinkullo – vid. Pinkillos (traditional)
Pinkullwe4.09; 7.01
Pinkuyllu8.09
Pinquillo – vid. Pinkillos (traditional)
Pitrén (culture)7.19
Pocoata8.01
Poncho4.18
Proyección2.02; 11.02
Pueblo Nuevo3.01
Pujllay (Tarabuco)8.01
Pujllay (attire) – 8.18
Puka Soncco5.01
Punahue7.01
Punto Nazca19.03
Pusamorenos – vid. Sikumorenos
Pusipía4.09; 7.09
Putú (Atacama)7.01
Pututu4.09; 8.09; 10.09


Qarwani (dance) – vid. Llamerada (dance)
Qarwani (pinkillo) – vid. Karhuani (pinkillo)
Qawásqar (people)7.19
Q'ero (people)5.21
Qhapaq ch'unchu14.15
Qhara Qhara (chiefdom) – vid. Aymara (chiefdoms)
Q'onq'ota – vid. Khonkhota
Qoyllur R'iti1.16
Quechua (language)1.22
Argentina – 4.22
Bolivia – 8.22
Ecuador – 3.22
Peru – 5.22
Quechua (people) – In Bolivia – 8
Geography – 8.20
Language – vid. Quechua (language) – Bolivia
Music (in general) – 8.01
Quelentaro7.01
Quena1.10; 14
Culture – 14.21
History – 14.19
Legends – 14.17
Music (in general) – 14.01
Vocabulary – 14.22
Vid also Manchay puyto (legend), Quenacho, Quenali, Quenas (traditional)
Quena quena7.09
Quenacho14.10
Quenali14.10
Quenas (traditional)1.09
Ensembles – 7.09
Rural quenas – 14.09
Vid. also Choquela, Kamacheña, Lichiguayo, Mokolulu, Pusipía, Quena, Quena quena, Quenacho, Quenali, Quenas (traditional)
Quichua – vid. Quechua (language) – Argentina, Quechua (language) – Ecuador
Quilapayún7.02
Quillaca-Asanaque (chiefdom) – vid. Aymara (chiefdoms)
Quillapas5.01


Rabel5.09; 7.01
Rafael Arias16.02
Raíces Andinas6.02
Raíces Incas4.02
Raúl García Zárate16.06
Raúl Olarte14.03
Raymond Thevenot14.06
Raymond Thevenot y los Machu Picchu5.01
Reco reco – vid. Güiro
Refalosa7.01
Requinto6.01
Riber Oré16.03
Ricardo Vilca4.08
Ricardo Villanueva16.06
Roberto Márquez Bugueño1.08
Vid. also Illapu
Rolando Alarcón7.01
Rollano4.09; 8.09
Romantic k'antu2.14
Ronald Contreras16.03
Roncadora5.01
Rondador3.10
Rostros de Chile Precolombino (book)7.11
Ruana6.18
Rueda chapaca19.15
Ruffo Zurita – vid. Dúo Takiytinku
Rumillajta2.02
Rumiñahui2.01
Ruphay9.03


Sajuariana7.01
Salaque8.15
Salinas (tarkas) – vid. Tarkas (ensembles)
San Benito (feast) – vid. Fiesta de San Benito
Sanjuán3.15
Sanjuanero6.05; 6.14
Sanjuanito3.15
Santa Bárbara (flute)9.09
Santiago (rhythm)5.01
Santiago del Nuevo Extremo7.01
Saraguro (people)17.21
Geography – 17.20
Saripalka (pinkillo)9.09
Savia Andina1.03; 2.01
Sax (Andean)19.10
Saya (rhythm)12.13
Saya Afroboliviana Mauchi12.07
Schmeling Salas7.04
Secreto a voces6.03
Selk'nam (people)7.01; 7.19
Senka tenkana – vid. Senqatanqana
Senqatanqana4.09; 8.10
Sicura7.01
Sicuris Qhantati Ururi de Conima13.06
Siku2.10; 4.09; 13.01
Legend – 13.17
Vid. also Andean panpipes, Sikus (ensembles)
Sikumoreno (style)13.14
Sikumorenos13.09
Sikuri13
Culture – 13.21
History – 13.19
Music (in general) – 13.01
Vocabulary – 13.22
Sikuri de Italaque (style)9.14
Vid. also Sikus de Italaque
Sikuri nº 1 (song)13.04
Sikuris 27 de Junio Nueva Era13.02
Sikuris de Susques (book)13.11
Sikus (ensembles)13.09
Vid. also Ayarachis, Ayarichis, Ayrachis, Chiriguanos, Chiriwanos, Jach'a sikus, Jula julas, Lakitas, Mimulas, Piloilo, Rondador, Sicura, Siku, Sikumorenos, Sikus (ensembles), Sikus de Italaque, Sikus k'antus, Suri sikus, Tablasiku
Sikus de Italaque13.09
Vid. also Sikuri de Italaque (style)
Sikus k'antus4.09; 13.09
Vid. also K'antu (dance), K'antu (rhythm)
Sila Illanes5.01
Silva y Villalba6.01
Silvia Urbina7.01
Sirena (legend) – vid. Sirinu
Sirilla7.01
Sirinu (legend)8.17
Sirviñaco (song)4.05
Sistro6.09
Snare drum12.09
Solo de quena del Apurímac (song)14.04
Sora (chiefdom) – vid. Aymara (chiefdoms)
Spanish (language)
In north-western Argentina – 18.22
In Tarija – 19.22
Supay5.01
Surimana (song)1.04
Suri sikuris13.18
Vid. also Suri sikus
Suri sikus13.09
Vid. also Suri sikuris


Tablasiku13.10
Taita Imbabura y Mama Cotacachi (legend)3.17
Takillakta5.02
Talátur (Atacama)7.01; 7.19
Tambor (drum)12.09
Tambor mayor (saya) – vid. Cajas (drums) of the saya
Tambor menor (saya) – vid. Cajas (drums) of the saya
Tarabuqueño (people) – vid. Yampara (people)
Tarakha (pinkillo)9.09
Tarija
Culture – 19.21
Chapaco Spanish language – 19.22
Geography – 19.20
History – 19.19
Tarka4.09; 11.09; 11.10
Tarkas (ensembles)11.09
Vid. also Anatas (tarkas)
Tarkeada5.01
Tarqueada – vid. Tarkeada
Tata San Juan (song)7.05
Taypi K'ala2.01
Temple del diablo (legend)16.17
Textiles Tarabuco (book)8.11
Thalkave19.03
Tiahuanaco (culture) – vid. Tiwanaku (culture)
Tinku (song)1.05
Tinku (feast)8.16
Tinquipaya8.01
Tinya12.09
Tiple5.09; 16.10
History – 16.19
Tira tira8.01
Tiwanaku (culture)2.19
Todos los Santos de Aiquile (feast)15.16
Vid. also Aiquile
Tokoros and pinkillos (Juliaca)8.09
Tomás Lipán4.03
Tonada (Bolivia)8.01
Tonada (Ecuador)3.14
Tonada chapaca19.13
Tonada potosina8.13
Torbellino16.13
Toril5.16
Tormento (idiophone)7.01
Torome – vid. Turume
Trapelakucha7.18
Trarilongko7.18
Trariwe7.18
Trarüwe – vid. Trariwe
Tren tren7.17
Triangle – vid. Ch'iñisku
Trío Ayacucho6.01; 6.03
Trío Nueva Colombia6.03
Trompe6.09
Trutruca – vid. Trutruka
Trutruka4.09; 7.01; 10.09; 10.10
Tunantada14.13
Tupay11.02
Turikos3.03
Turume4.09; 8.09
Tusuq little boy (legend)17.17


Ukuku1.18
Vid. also Qoyllur R'iti
Ülkantun10.13
Ullaras (tarkas) – vid. Tarkas (ensembles)
UNESCO13.03
Uña Ramos4.02; 14.08
Ushuta18.18


Vaina (idiophone)6.09
Valdivia (culture)3.01
Valicha (song)5.05
Víctor Jara7.01
Víctor Quispe11.08
Vicús (culture)2.09
Vihuela15.19
Violeros – vid. Luthiers
Violeta Parra7.01
Virgen de Andacollo7.01; 7.16
Virgen de Chaguaya19.17
Virgen de La Tirana7.01; 7.16
Virgen de Las Peñas7.01
Virgen de Urkupìña8.01


Wada6.10; 7.01
Waka pinkillo4.09; 8.09; 9.09
Waka waka9.13
Wak'allo6.09
Walaycho8.01
Wankar12.09
Wank'ara8.09; 12.09
Wankara (group)7.01
Waqra10.09
Waqraphuku10.09
Wara19.02
Wari (culture)2.09
Wayanay5.06
Wayanay Inka5.01
Wayllaqhepa10.09
Wekecheke Ñi Trawün10.07
William E. Centellas15.08
William Luna5.03


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Yagán (culture)7.01; 7.19
Yámana (culture) – vid. Yagán (culture)
Yampara (people)8.11; 8.21
Yanacona (language)20.22
Yara11.03
Yaraví15.13
Yarina1.07
Yawar5.02
Yawar Inka5.01
Yungas (Bolivia)12.20


Zamba "carpera"4.14
Zambo Salvito (legend)12.17
Zampoñas – vid. Andean panpipes
Zapateo20.15
Zulma Yugar8.02

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