Choquela musicians from Copankana playing quena and pinquillos at festival in Compi Tauca, La Paz Department, Bolivia
The man on the left is playing a quena. If you look closely you will see the mouthpiece is different, the quena has a notch cut out of the end rim of the flute, the pinquillo is very similar to a recorder.
Photograph ID: Autoctonos2017.34
Photo © James Brunker, Magical Andes Photography 2017
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