I clicked on this video because it had Inca Music as part of the title. It is not Inca at all, but more of the Peruvian / Andean / Hispanic flavor. It was a decent listen, but a bit too fast paced for what I was looking for. Actually, let me take that back. If I knew at the start that I would be listening to something like Gypsy Kings, I would have enjoyed this a lot more. There, now I can say it was pretty good!
YT description: A vibrant and exciting album of contemporary songs that will take you on a journey to the beautiful shores of Lake Titicaca where the Condor silently glides overhead in the clear blue skies.
The Diverse Nature of Andean music reflects the historical journey of the region from the Nazca and Inca Empires through to the Spanish conquest. Apart from the native instrumentation such as the Siku (panpipe) and Kena (flute) there are obvious Hispanic influences, especially the Charango (guitar) and less obvious African beats and ryhthyms.
Title: Relaxing Inca Music – Panpipes Instrumental Music, Kena, Flute and Guitar, Chirango (YT link) Uploaded by Ann Redgewell.
2.Los Andes Hermosos (the beautiful Andes)
3.El camino al paz (the road to peace)
4.Todo mundo baila (The whole world dance)
5.Tambores y pipas (Drums and Pipes)
6.Elel sol en la Montana (The sun on the mountain)
7.Venido al carnival (Come to the carnival)
8.Mi amor que salido (My love who left me)
9.Vuelo del condor