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Chapter 7

Map 7.1 The location of the Q’eros Nation in Peru. The Wachiperi region is due north of the Q’eros Nation, in the beginning of the green Amazon section.

Map courtesy of ACCA, Asociación para la Conservación de la Cuenca Amazónica, Cusco, Perú. www.acca.org.pe

Map 7.2 The location of the Q’eros Nation and the Q’eros River in reference to the Department capital of Cusco and province capital of Paucartambo.

Map courtesy of ACCA, Asociación para la Conservación de la Cuenca Amazónica, Cusco, Perú. www.acca.org.pe


Photo 7.1 Digitized archives returned to the Queros-Wachiperi community. Estela Dariquebe and Manuel Yonaje, front, are the only two elders alive who recorded with Patricia Lyon in 1964 and 1965.

Photo by Holly Wissler, December 11, 2010.

Photo 7.2 Two U.S tourists with three Q’eros, learning about the Q’eros pinkuyllu flutes.

Photo by Holly Wissler, July 17, 2014.

Photo 7.3 A Q’eros couple sharing music with U.S. tourists from inside an Inca niche.

Photo by Vicki Groninga, October 13, 2013.

Photo 7.4 A young U.S. high school student on a National Geographic student group in Peru learn a Q’eros song.

Photo by Holly Wissler, July 18, 2014.

Photo 7.5 A Q’eros man gives a “high five” to a U.S. student on a National Geographic student group tour who has sung a Q’eros song with him.

Photo by Holly Wissler, July 18, 2014.

Photo 7.6 Estela Dariquebe, Carmen Jerewa, Manuel Yonaje: The three elders of the Queros-Wachiperi community who remember the traditional songs.

Photo by Holly Wissler, May 12, 2012.

Photo 7.7 Carmen Jerewa, the only active healer and esuwa singer in the community of Queros-Wachiperi. Photo by Holly Wissler, February 19, 2012.

Photo 7.8 Manuel Yonaje listens to Patricia J. Lyon Wachiperi archive recordings.

Photo by Holly Wissler, February 19, 2012


Fig. 7.1 Front Cover, Wachiperi CD:

Cantos Wachiperi: Familia linguística Harakbut, Grupo étnico Wachiperi

Photo of the Queros (Q’eros) River in the background.

(Recently “Harakmbut” has become the more acceptable spelling of the linguistic group)

Fig. 7.2 Back cover, Wachiperi CD

CD song contents.



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