Concept

Tinya

Summary
The tinya (Quechua) or kirki (Quechua) is a percussion instrument, a small handmade drum of leather which is used in the traditional music of the Andean region, particularly Peru. The drum dates to the pre-Columbian era, and is used in traditional Peruvian dances, notably in Los Danzantes de Levanto where it is played by one person simultaneously with the antara, a type of panflute; that instrument combination is similar to the worldwide tradition of the pipe and tabor. File:Pinkullo flute.jpg|Musician plays [[Pinkullo]] flute with one hand and drums a tinya with the other at a [[Wari (dance)|Huari Danza]] in Peru.
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