Name an Instrument

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RONDADOR $39

From the Spanish guitar-like vihuela. Contains 10 strings with an armadillo shell serving as the body of the instrument.


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QUENA $49

Six-holed vertical flute with a notched mouthpiece, found all through the Andean region. Its origin is uncertain, possibly of Quitu, Quechua and/or Aymara creation. Depending on the number of holes and pitch range, quenas are classified as macho or hembra (male or female)


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ZAMPOÑA $79

From the panpipe family with
a row of strung pipes.


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BOMBO $149

Large drum played with a stick and employed in
orchestras and military bands.


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CHARANGO $299

From the Spanish guitar-like vihuela. Contains 10 strings
with an armadillo shell serving as the body
of the instrument.


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NAME AN INSTRUMENT DONORS, 2012

Eric Rice: Quena
Sandra Egas: Rondador and Bombo
Carmen Parkington: Charango

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