Above is an example of Andean Folk Music. Andean music is rooted in the traditional native music, the Spanish orquestal and European Church musicals[3]. The southern Andean region is famous for the Huayno, a mestizo happy chant that involves Charango guitar, beautifully-toned lamenting vocals and sometimes the Andean Harp. The Huayno Ayacuchano is probably the most famous of its styles since it is played on creole and even Spanish guitar, adding to its feel an even a more soulful and romantic expression.[4]