Andean Colombian Trio
Ensemble made up by the Bandola (similar to the mandolin), Tiple (similar in appearance although slightly smaller (about 18%) than a standard classical guitar.) and the popular 6-strings guitar).
Many years ago, the bandola was merely a melodic instrument, the tiple was a rhythmical instrument and the guitar was used to mark the beat. However, through the years, the Andean Colombian Trio has evolved to the point that each instrument is given its own space and lead roles, exploiting the technical characteristics of each instrument.