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4x40 Cm., 4x25 Cm., 4x20 Cm.
This 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. The size of the tube determines the musical note.
The zampoņa pan pipe comes in a wide range of variations, depending on the region, where the length, location and quantity of cane tubes vary. It is frequently played in nearly all the festivities in southern Andes.
Introduced by the Inca centuries ago, the zampoņa panpipe still entertains with melodies filled with Andean spirit.