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About this item: Poised to sing sweet melodies of the Andes, this beautiful zampoña panpipe is handcrafted by Benito Tito. Its name, Laca, refers to the presence of the traditional musical instrument at festive events. Tito selects eleven reeds according to size, sands them and aligns them with precision. They are held in place with nylon monofilament and covered with synthetic fabric. A matching fabric case is included; it emulates pre-Hispanic textile design.
Carrying case included
About our Artist: Benito Tito, known to his friends as Tito Peru, is an expert at crafting traditional Peruvian musical instruments, such as 'zampona' and 'quena' flutes, the 'antara,' 'roncadora,' 'tamasca,' tambourines, 'taymuro,' and ocarinas. Each one is handcrafted with rustic tools. 'Aiding in the preservation of our musical heritage is my family's legacy. We have carefully crafted traditional instruments for generations,' he says....
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