Three Andean flute players in traditional dress at a festival

Andean musicians

The famed music of the Andes comes from the Quechua and Aymara people of Peru and Bolivia who inhabit the region that was once the Inca Empire. Indigenous Peruvian flutes are an ancient instrument that was constructed from aquatic reeds found in many lakes in the Andes.

Photo by Holly Wissler

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