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About Pan Flutes

The origins of the pan flute in the Americas predates both the Inca and Maya civilizations. The pipes are attached to a cross-beam and tied with rope or vegetable material. The longest pipes are on the right side (seen from the player's point of view) and can be up to 80 centimeters long (32 inches). Traditionally, women were not allowed to play these instruments.

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Musical Instruments

Antara Pan Flute - $5.00   Zampona Pan Flute - $19.50

Antara pan flute w/ neck string

7 bamboo pipes

Hand made in Peru

Code: LL0903

 

Zampona pan flute w/ neck string

Approximate size: 7 x 18 inches

23 bamboo pipes

Hand made in Peru

Code: LL0102

 
 
 
Bamboo Moseno Flute - $16.00   Bamboo Quena - Fully Tuned $36.00

Approximate size: 1 1/4 x 16 1/2 inches

Color - Brown

Made in Peru

Code: LL0304-2

Shipping Weight: 0.25 pounds

 

Bamboo quena flute

Professionally tuned

Approximate dimensions: 1 x 15 3/4 inches

Made in Peru

Code: LL0401

Learn how to play the Quena - click here

 

Wood Quena - Fully Tuned - $36.00   Bamboo Quenacho - $48.00

Wood quena flute

Professionally tuned

Also available in Bamboo

Approximate dimensions: 1 x 15 3/4 inches

Made in Peru

Code:LL0501

Learn how to play the Quena - click here

 

Bamboo quenacho flute

Professionally tuned

Approximate dimensions: 1 1/4 x 21 inches

Made in Peru

Code: LL0402

 

 
 
 




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