The bulk of the audio cassettes in this series are recordings Zorn made at festivals and fiestas, or holidays, during her time in Andean Bolivia and Peru in the late 1980's. Many of the recordings feature traditional Andean istruments which include the charango, a stringed instrument, sikus, pan pipes and quenas, flutelike instruments. The sikuri style of music includes several siku players accompanied by a drummer. There are several different styles of sikuris, one recorded by Zorn is called Jula Jula.
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