Traditional and Pre-Hispanic instrumental music of Peru. Traditional music is the language with which the Andean culture expresses its identity and the wind instruments by far are the most notable sign of Pre-Columbian continuity in Peru, so the form of execution is basically collective and the collective premium over the individual, as synthesis and essence.
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Dimitri Manga Chavez is a cultural researcher, musician and teacher, having formed diverse cultural and musical groups. He has developed a vast activity in several Latin American countries, in Japan and USA. He is part of the interdisciplinary project WAYLLA KEPA, a registry and cataloging of pre-Hispanic instruments of Peru. He is an advisor to the Sikuri Ensemble of the CEMDUC, (Music and Dance Center of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru), and a professor at UCH, (University of Science and Humanities) of Lima, Peru.
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