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Music of the Peru Peru
Is a fusion product over many centuries. We can say that the Peruvian music is divided into four main general aspects which are: Creole Andean music music music afroPeruvian academic music





Literatura del Perú


The harp is a fundamental instrument of Peruvian musicalheritage. Of European origin, was brought by the conquistadors and adapted by natives to their own artistic and expressive needs

Tinya ayacuchana: tamborcillo lamb or cat skin

"The charango is anexisting musical instrument in the Altiplano in the Andes mountains in South America regions. It has five pairs of strings although there are variations with fewer or more strings but (almost) always infive orders or more strings but (almost) always in five orders or games. The charango has a centuries-old history in Bolivia and Peru,

The quena is a bezel, used in traditional manner by theinhabitants of the Central Andes wind instrument. Today is (beside the sicu and the charango) one of the typical instruments of Andean music, folkloric sets

Siku: A typical Andean flute, composite ofmany flutes instrument.

Consists of a cylindrical box wood of 50 or 60 cm. high, at whose ends van adjusted, rings, two sheep, goat or lamb leather patches.

The Inca Garcilaso de la Vegawith its Royal commentaries of the Incas.

Gómez Suárez de Figueroa was christened in Cuzco to the son of Indian Chimpu Ocllo Spanish Captain Sebastián Garcilaso de la Vega. He was born in thecapital of the incario 12 April 1539.
Mario Vargas Llosa, urban narrative.

Considered the first the Peru mestizo. Garcilaso de la Vega sought his identity throughout his life. It is the greatchronicler of the ancient history of the Peru.

Obras: Comentarios Reales de los Incas, La Florida del Inca", La Conquista del Peru, Historia General del Peru.

Jorge Mario Pedro Vargas Llosa...
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