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The multi-stem ''syrinx'' (panpipes)

The multi-stem ''syrinx'' (panpipes)

Many styles of cauldrons, from the petite to the large can be found at Panpipes. c2017 - Yelp

Many styles of cauldrons, from the petite to the large can be found at Panpipes. c2017 - Yelp

Cosplayer: Kris Kuz / Cosplay: Azura from Fire Emblem: Fates/ Photo: Anna Faun  vk.com/forest_panpipe

Cosplayer: Kris Kuz / Cosplay: Azura from Fire Emblem: Fates/ Photo: Anna Faun vk.com/forest_panpipe

ILAM archival images. Luba man playing mishiba panpipes, Katanga Province, Democratic Republic of Congo, 1952. Photo by H. Goldstein. Courtesy of the International Library of African Music (ILAM).

ILAM archival images. Luba man playing mishiba panpipes, Katanga Province, Democratic Republic of Congo, 1952. Photo by H. Goldstein. Courtesy of the International Library of African Music (ILAM).

Colombia, Vaupes Region, Tukano Tribe, Young Boy Playing Panpipes Outside Maloca Prior To A Festival. Painted With Deep Purple We Leaf Dye And Wearing Crown Of Red Macaw And Yellow Toucan Feathers : Stock Photo

Colombia, Vaupes Region, Tukano Tribe, Young Boy Playing Panpipes Outside Maloca Prior To A Festival. Painted With Deep Purple We Leaf Dye And Wearing Crown Of Red Macaw And Yellow Toucan Feathers : Stock Photo

This collection is full of wonderful Peruvian panpipes, zampoñas, and quena flutes by Benito Tito and Dionisio Quilla. For your enjoyment, here is a lovely and authentic interpretation of the song, El Cóndor Pasa , which actually was written in 1913, but is based on traditional Andean folk songs. The video is accompanied by amazing photos of the region, too. Enjoy! :)  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLOKMMijXzQ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_Cóndor_Pasa_(song)

This collection is full of wonderful Peruvian panpipes, zampoñas, and quena flutes by Benito Tito and Dionisio Quilla. For your enjoyment, here is a lovely and authentic interpretation of the song, El Cóndor Pasa , which actually was written in 1913, but is based on traditional Andean folk songs. The video is accompanied by amazing photos of the region, too. Enjoy! :) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLOKMMijXzQ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_Cóndor_Pasa_(song)

Music in the Amazon - Two Amazon kids play panpipes for their friend. Photo by David Lazar.

Music in the Amazon - Two Amazon kids play panpipes for their friend. Photo by David Lazar.

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