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Stobart, Henry.

The Pinkillos of Vitichi. - [s.a.] : [s.n.], 1988. - 137 p. : il., maps. ; 28 cm.

Documento mecanografiado.

Contenido: Explanation of title - "Pinkillos of Vitichi" maps 1 y 2 -- Geographical and historical perspective -- Agriculture -- Community structures -- Musical background -- Fiestas -- Types of instruments -- Annual cycle of instruments -- General musical traditions and practices -- PART II.- Pinkillo making in Vitichi -- Background -- Materials -- Tools specialized -- Construction (diagram of instrument) -- Types of pinkillo made in Vitichi (descriptions, times of year and areas where played) -- Rollanos -- Pinkillada -- Flauta Tomave -- Lawatu -- Saripalka and Mallku -- Coroma -- Cotagaita -- Onras -- Distribution of Vitichi Pinkillos -- Distribution -- Trading -- Other documented andean pinkillos (using similar construction techniques) -- Pinkuyllos -- Charkas, charges or Chajes -- Ch'utus (Chipayas) -- History and influences -- general playing techniques of Vitichi pinkillos -- Breat pressure -- Tara (extra harmonics) -- Fingering -- Cyclical use of Vitichi pinkillos -- Water, Wind and the Sirenas in the instrument cycle -- PART III.- Specific fiestas and other examples of the use of Vitichi Pinkillos -- Año nuevo in Peñas -- Instroduction -- The fiesta -- Interpretation -- Fiesta de los Reyes in Yura -- Introduction -- Community structures -- The fiesta of Reyes -- Interpretation -- Lawatu playing techniques and fingerings -- Carnaval in Calcha -- Intruction -- Community structures -- The fiesta of Carnaval -- Interpretation -- Saripalka and Malichu playing techniques and fingerings -- Llama caravans-the traders of Ticatica -- Introduction -- Exchange products -- The route -- The caravan -- Rituals and divinations -- Rollanos-times when played -- The music -- The source of music -- The instruments -- Interpretation -- Appendices.

Documentation to accompany the musical instruments from Bolivia (South America), collected for the Horniman Museum in February 1987. The collection was made during a years research (sepl. 1986-sept. 1987) of music amongst the traditional rural communities of Bolivia. Most of the year was spent in Northern Potosi (see map 1) which borders the area of southern Potosi where Vitichi pinkillos are made and played.


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BO: PTS: VITICHI

INSTRUMENTOS MUSICALES MUSICA MUSICA INDIGENA PINKILLO MEMBRANOFONOS CORDOFONOS FIESTAS RELIGIOSAS YURA CALCHA

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