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ANDINA

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ANDINA
BY: SARAH FRAZIER
ANDEAN MUSIC
Andean music originates from South America.
It includes chants and melodies inhabited from the Incan Empire.
INSTRUMENTS
Typical intruments for Andean music include: quena



and antara ,or zampoña, the afroperuano drawer and the traditional guitar
DANCE
dances are much like a tribal dance with chants
CLOTHING
Clothing includes many bright colors, skirts for women, hats for men and women, and vests for men.

CULTURAL SIGNIFICANCE
Andean music is a combination of folk and urban music. The term "andean" comes from the Andes Mountains, where this music was first created. It is most popular in the countries of Argentina, Bolivia, Ecuador, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Venezuela.
HISTORY OF ANDEAN MUSIC
Andean music dates back to the 1500s when the Spanish sailed to the Americas to conquer the Native Americans. With them were also African slaves. The biggest contribution was from the Spanish's guitars, Africans' percussion instruments, and Natives' flutes.
PURPOSE OF ANDEAN MUSIC
The purpose of andean music was primarily spiritual and was associated with religious rituals and wars. The singing is high pitched and nasally.
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