Zampoña

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Zampoña

Peruvian Musical Instruments

In the Andean highlands (area of the Cordillera de los Andes shared by Peru and Bolivia, they existed since pre-Columbian times two types of panpipes native calls sikuri or siku, and antara respectively which are still used in folk music.

The Zampoña

ORIGIN

USED

It is frequently played in nearly all the festivities in southern Peru, particularly in the department of Puno.

MANUFACTORING

GROUP MEMBERS

The wind instrument belongs to the pan-pipe family and is made up of a series of cane tubes of varying sizes bound together, forming one or two rows. these are called arka and Ira, tied with thread and decorative ribbon.The size of the tube determines the musical note.

-Chyna Castañeda -Ivonne Cabrera- Elena Mencia- Alfredo Yllescas - Franco Infante


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