Culture Wind Instruments(30 items)
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A Grrr8 Singer Deserves a Beautiful Eagle Diver
I got two eagle diver Ocarinas and what a precious gift! Handmade and solid as it will accompany many musicial outings. Thank you Georgina Cabrera, for you great musicianship. Now we have to learn how to use it! We live in Venice Beach, so have to practice on the shoreline.
By Claudia C
2 Makes a Pack
Bought 2 because my boyfriend & I are dogs in Chinese zodiac and put them in my partnership/marriage corner of house. Yes we do laugh a lot together. Hope we dont get too pot - bellied like these guys.
Unique and whimsical!
This arrived in perfect condition and is just as pictured. Adding different amounts of water changes the pitch of the whistle.
Popular Culture Wind Instruments
Handcrafted Ceramic Pre-Hispanic Puppy Ocarina Flute, "Pre-Hispanic Puppy"$19.99
Wagging a cheerful greeting from the distant past, a pre-Hispanic puppy seems to smile. His rounded form is characteristic of the ceramic dogs found in shaft tombs throughout what is now the state of Colima. These exceptional figurines are highly prized, and represent scenes of daily life in pre-Hispanic Mexico. Georgina Cabrera recreates the canine as a terracotta ocarina, a whistle-like flute believed to have been used in ancient ceremonies.
Ceramic Turtle Dove Ocarina Crafted in Mexico, "Turtle Doves"$39.99
Crafted by hand from ceramic and given a rustic finish, two lovely turtle doves make a musical addition to your home. Mexican artisan Georgina Cabrera creates this instrument in the style of pre-Hispanic ocarinas. The doves feature holes in their tails for blowing and two holes in the front for playing different notes.
Please note: Variations in the firing process may result in a slightly different color and finish; however, this will not affect the overall design of the piece.
Natural Cane Zampona Panpipe from Peru (14 in.), "Folk Sound"$67.99
Handcrafted from natural guadua cane, these charming panpipes bring the sound of Andean folk music to your home. Norman Gordillo creates the instrument, also known as a which is descended from ancient Wari cultures. It is tuned to D major.
Pre-Hispanic Archaeology Replica Flute of a Mexican Dog, "Dog Eating Corn"$19.99
Holding an ear of corn in his teeth, this plump little dog replicates those found in shaft tombs throughout Western Mexico. These exceptional figurines are highly prized, and represent scenes of daily life in pre-Hispanic Mexico. Georgina Cabrera depicts the canine in a terracotta ocarina, a whistle-like flute believed to have been used in ancient ceremonies.