Peruvian Musical Instruments(23 items)
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Featured Reviews on Peruvian Musical Instruments
Just what I wanted
I ve been haunted by the sounds of the pan flute ever since I came back from a trip to the Andes. I hope I will be able to do justice to this beautiful instrument. It s masterfully constructed and has a lovely sound even though I m still learning how to play.
By Betsy L.
I am very excited to learn how to use the pipes!
I loved receiving my Andean pipes! They were contained in a lovely carrying case and the pipes themselves were meticulously cut and bound together. My only problem is that I do not know how to play them! I was able to get some soft notes out of them which was great, but I clearly need instruction. It would be wonderful if the very skilled artisan, Benito Tito, could put together a beginner?s guide to help someone like me get started. I would be very willing to pay extra for a beginner?s guide to using the pipes written by an expert like Benito Tito.
Benito Tito Musical instruments
"Aiding in the preservation of our musical heritage is my family's legacy. We have carefully crafted traditional instruments for generations."
Popular Peruvian Musical Instruments
Peruvian Bamboo Wind Panpipe with Case, "Andean Zampona"$107.99
This authentic panpipe is called a - the flute of the Andes that dates back to the Inca empire. The instrument, crafted of bamboo, is comprised of a concave arrangement of 23 pipes. Each pipe is slightly shorter than the next, and each one produces a unique pitch.
The flute arrives in a carrying case that emulates handloomed Inca textiles.
Peruvian Bamboo Quena Flute, "Night Owl"$52.99
Handcrafted of smooth bamboo, the flute is a legacy of the Inca. Today it is an indispensable instrument in traditional Peruvian songs. Benito Tito perforates holes of different widths to ensure a professional sound. An owl adorns the flute and its fabric case emulates pre-Hispanic textiles.
Fair Trade Peruvian Quena Flute with Case, "Song of the Andes"$69.99
Jacaranda wood lends its extraordinary beauty to this flute. Crafted by hand, it is a legacy of the Inca, an indispensable instrument in today's traditional Peruvian music. Benito Tito perforates holes of different widths to ensure a sweet sound and tunes it to 440. The mouthpiece is carved from bone and its case emulates pre-Hispanic textiles.
Hand Crafted Bamboo Wind Instrument Zampona Panpipes (Pair), "Inca Serenade"$42.99
The sweet tunes of the panpipe serenade the Andes with nostalgic songs. "The use of the zampoña has become widespread across the world and it is played at different functions," explains Benito Tito. "In Peru we play the zampoña during special ceremonies and traditional rites." Tito crafts this zampoña by hand with 13 bamboo reeds of the same diameter but different length. The pipes are tied together with a woven ribbon.
Tito includes a smaller zampoña as a gift. The set includes woven cases for storing.