Virgenes del Sol by Los Uros del Titicaca. Author Jorge Bravo de Rueda.
Jorge Bravo de Rueda:
Jorge Bravo de Rueda (September 13, 1895 - November 22, 1940), was a Peruvian pianist and composer. He was born in Chancay, Peru. Inspired by the huaynos of Andean music, he composed the internationally popular tune for guitar and pan flutes "VÝrgenes del Sol" possibly the second best-known Peruvian song worldwide after "El Cˇndor Pasa."
Source: Wikipedia, Jorge Bravo de Rueda.
Huayno is a genre of popular Andean Music from Peru. It is especially common in Peru and Bolivia. It originated in Peru as a combination of traditional rural folk music and popular urban dance music. High-pitched vocals are accompanied by a variety of instruments, including flute, harp, panpipe, accordion, saxophone, charango, lute, violin, guitar, and mandolin. Some elements of huay˝o originate in the music of the pre-Columbian Andes. Huayno utilizes a distinctive rhythm in which the first beat is stressed and followed by two short beats.