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Aisthesis

versión On-line ISSN 0718-7181

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FABRE, Benoit; DE LA CUADRA, Patricio  y  PEREZ DE ARCE, José. Antaras Aconcagua: an acoustic and anthropological study. Aisthesis [online]. 2012, n.52, pp.325-342. ISSN 0718-7181.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-71812012000200017.

The Antara, more than a musical instrument, was an important cultural, religious and social symbol. The Aconcagua culture assigned their best artisans to this instrument, which had a crucial positioning in their rituals. Its relevance can still be found in the ritual flutes (pifilcas and "Chino" flutes) that are nowadays executed in the southern Andean region. The following article will discuss the characteristics of the Antaras, and the rituals in which this flute is present, through a multidisciplinary analysis that includes an organological, anthropological and acoustic approach, in an attempt to rescue the memory of a central icon in the Aconcagua culture.

Palabras clave : antara; Aconcagua; pifilca; Torn sound.

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