Ch'aska Ch'aska
“Ch’aska” is a Quechua word that was used by the INCAS to mention the most shining star in the skies. This word is especially familiar with the planet VENUS.
*Quechua: Ancestral language of the Incas still spoken in the Andean regions of Peru and other countries of South America. Charango, Quena and Zampoña are traditional peruvian folk instruments. The first live performance was on June of 2002 in Arequipa, the natal city of the band, and after some shows in that city, CH'ASKA goes out, for the first time, to play out of this one in August of the same year.

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