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Andean Chromatic Pan Pipes – Pan Flute & Case – 30 Note – Mamani

Andean Chromatic Pan Pipes – Pan Flute & Case – 30 Note – Mamani

The pan pipe, also known as the pan flute or zampona is probably one of the most well known traditional musical instruments of the Andes.

Played by the indigenous Andean tribes people for generations, these beautiful instruments come in many shapes and sizes and vary in name depending on the particular regions they come from.

Known by the Quechua tribes as the antara, by the Aymara as the the siku or zampolla, and more commonly referred to as the Spanish zampona, these handmade Bolivian panpipes produce a beautiful sound reminiscent of their ancestral heritage and worthy of concert performance.

As with all our instruments, these zamponas are of professional grade and should not be confused with souvenir type panpipes, fashioned for the South American tourist market.

Traditionally crafted in Bolivia by Mamani, our highly regarded luthier who also makes many of the flutes here on Original Artisan, these pan pipes come with a woven zampona case to protect the instrument from changes in temperature and humidity.

Tuning

There are 4 kinds of zampona, each tuned 1/8 of an octave higher than it's sibling. The lowest known as the Toyos, then the Zankas, the Maltas and the highest being the Chulis.

Chromatic Tuning

These particular pan pipes are of the Malta type and are comprised of 30 bamboo tubes of varying lengths, fashioned in 3 rows of 11, 10 and 9 pipes.

The first two rows producing notes of of Sol Major (G) and the third row producing the chromatic intervals. It's deep vibrations produce a truly beautiful sound that captures the spirit of the Andean people in a timeless harmony.

The longest pipe measures an inside length of 17 inches with an inside diameter of 1/2 an inch.

Zampona Case

This zampona comes with a free woven case.

Cases come in a wide variety of colours and styles and will be sent out at random. Please contact us if you have any particular colour preferences and we will do our best to accommodate you.

Please note : Each set of panpipes have their own unique characteristics and will vary in appearance due to the nature of the bamboo used. The set you receive will show slight differences in colour, markings, grain and dressing from the pictures shown.

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Please state your colour preferences for your chosen case in the box below.


Price: £42.99
P&P: £6.99
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Andean Pan Pipes – Pan Flutes & Deluxe Case – Curved 15 Note – Mamani

Andean Pan Pipes – Pan Flutes & Deluxe Case – Curved 15 Note – Mamani

The pan pipe, also known as the pan flute is probably one of the most well known traditional musical instruments of the Andes.

Played by the indigenous Andean tribes people for generations, these handmade Bolivian panpipes are the genuine article and produce a beautiful sound reminiscent of their ancestral heritage and worthy of concert performance.

As with all the instruments here on Original Artisan, this flute set is of professional grade and should not be confused with souvenir type panpipes, fashioned for the South American tourist market.

Traditionally crafted in Bolivia by Mamani, our highly regarded luthier who also makes many of the flutes here on Original Artisan, these pan flutes come with a handmade deluxe woven case to protect the instrument from changes in temperature and humidity.

Tuning

These particular panpipes are comprised of 15 bamboo tubes of varying lengths, fashioned in a single curved row making them much easier to play than the traditional two row zampona.

The longest pipe measures 13.75 inches with a diameter of 0.75 an inch.

This instrument is tuned to the key of Sol Major (G) and it's relative Mi minor (Em).

Of all the panpipes I have in stock, these are definitely my favourite and the easiest to play.

Deluxe Panflute Case

This panflute comes with a stunning deluxe woven case. Not to be confused with a standard case, these have been especially made to provide even better protection for our instruments, with a high quality case lining and individually made to provide an extra snug fit.

Cases come in a wide variety of colours and styles and will be sent out at random. Please contact us if you have any particular colour preferences and we will do our best to accommodate you.

Please note : Each set of panpipes have their own unique characteristics and will vary in appearance due to the nature of the bamboo used. The set you receive will show slight differences in colour, markings, grain and dressing from the pictures shown.

Additional DescriptionMore Details

Please state your colour preferences for your chosen case in the box below.


Price: £36.99
P&P: £4.99
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Andean Pan Pipes – Pan Flutes & Deluxe Case – Curved 15 Note Mamani 2

Andean Pan Pipes – Pan Flutes & Deluxe Case – Curved 15 Note Mamani 2

The pan pipe, also known as the pan flute is probably one of the most well known traditional musical instruments of the Andes.

Played by the indigenous Andean tribes people for generations, these handmade Bolivian panpipes are the genuine article and produce a beautiful sound reminiscent of their ancestral heritage and worthy of concert performance.

As with all the instruments here on Original Artisan, this flute set is of professional grade and should not be confused with souvenir type panpipes, fashioned for the South American tourist market.

Traditionally crafted in Bolivia by Mamani, our highly regarded luthier who also makes many of the flutes here on Original Artisan, these pan flutes come with a handmade deluxe woven case to protect the instrument from changes in temperature and humidity.

Tuning

These particular panpipes are comprised of 15 bamboo tubes of varying lengths, fashioned in a single curved row making them much easier to play than the traditional two row zampona.

The longest pipe measures 13.75 inches with a diameter of 0.75 an inch.

This instrument is tuned to the key of Sol Major (G) and it's relative Mi minor (Em).

Of all the panpipes I have in stock, these are definitely my favourite and the easiest to play.

Deluxe Panflute Case

This panflute comes with a stunning deluxe woven case. Not to be confused with a standard case, these have been especially made to provide even better protection for our instruments, with a high quality case lining and individually made to provide an extra snug fit.

Cases come in a wide variety of colours and styles and will be sent out at random. Please contact us if you have any particular colour preferences and we will do our best to accommodate you.

Please note : Each set of panpipes have their own unique characteristics and will vary in appearance due to the nature of the bamboo used. The set you receive will show slight differences in colour, markings, grain and dressing from the pictures shown.

Price: £36.99
P&P: £4.99
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Andean Pan Pipes – Pan Flutes & Deluxe Case – Curved 21 Note Mamani 2

Andean Pan Pipes – Pan Flutes & Deluxe Case – Curved 21 Note Mamani 2

The pan pipe, also known as the pan flute or zampona is probably one of the most well known traditional musical instruments of the Andes.

Played by the indigenous Andean tribes people for countless generations, these beautiful instruments come in many shapes and sizes and vary in name depending on the particular regions they come from.

Known by the Quechua tribes as the antara, by the Aymara as the the siku or zampolla, and more commonly referred to as the Spanish zampona, these handmade Bolivian panpipes are the genuine article and produce a beautiful sound reminiscent of their ancestral heritage and worthy of concert performance.

As with all the instruments here on Original Artisan, the zamponas you see here are professional instruments and should not be confused with cheaper tourist grade pan pipes sold in Peruvian markets and other internet trinket sites.

Traditionally crafted in Bolivia by Mamani, our most highly regarded luthier who also makes many of the flutes here on Original Artisan, these pan flutes come with a handmade deluxe zampona case to protect the instrument from changes in temperature and humidity.

Tuning

There are 4 kinds of zampona, each tuned 1/8 of an octave higher than it's sibling. The lowest known as the Toyos, then the Zankas, the Maltas and the highest being the Chulis.

These particular pan pipes are of the Malta type and are comprised of 21 bamboo tubes of varying lengths, fashioned in a single curved row making them much easier to play than many other styles of zampona.

The longest pipe measures 15.25 inches with a diameter of 0.75 of an inch.

This instrument is tuned to the key of Sol Major (G) and it's relative Mi minor (Em). It's deep vibrations produce a truly beautiful sound that captures the spirit of the Andean people in a timeless harmony.

Of all the panpipes I have in stock, these are definitely my favourite and the easiest to play.

Deluxe Zampona Case

The deluxe cases included with these panpipes are of a much better quality than the usual cases supplied with most pan flutes. Cases will vary in colour and nature from time to time but will always be of good quality. Please use the text box below to state your chosen colour when purchasing this instrument or feel free to contact me via email or using this site's contact page.

Due to the fact that I only have a limited stock, pan pipe cases will be shipped on a first come first served basis. I always endeavour to send your chosen colour but if your choice is unavailable then the alternative will be provided.

Please note : This purchase is for one pan pipe and one case.

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Please state your colour preferences for your chosen case in the box below.


Price: £49.99
P&P: £4.99
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Andean Pan Pipes – Pan Flutes – Zampona & Deluxe Case – 15 Note – Malta – Mamani

Andean Pan Pipes – Pan Flutes – Zampona & Deluxe Case – 15 Note – Malta – Mamani

The pan pipe, also known as the pan flute or zampona is probably one of the most well known traditional musical instruments of the Andes.

Played by the indigenous Andean tribes people for generations, these beautiful instruments come in many shapes and sizes and vary in name depending on the particular regions they come from.

Known by the Quechua tribes as the antara, by the Aymara as the the siku or zampolla, and more commonly referred to as the Spanish zampona, these handmade Bolivian panpipes produce a beautiful sound reminiscent of their ancestral heritage and worthy of concert performance.

As with all our instruments, these zamponas are of professional grade and should not be confused with souvenir type panpipes, fashioned for the South American tourist market.

Traditionally crafted in Bolivia by Mamani, our highly regarded luthier who also makes many of the flutes here on Original Artisan, these pan pipes come with a handmade deluxe zampona case to protect the instrument from changes in temperature and humidity.

Tuning

There are 4 kinds of zampona, each tuned 1/8 of an octave higher than it's sibling. The lowest known as the Toyos, then the Zankas, the Maltas and the highest being the Chulis.

These particular pan pipes are of the Malta type and are comprised of 15 bamboo tubes of varying lengths, fashioned in 2 rows of 7 and 8 pipes.

The longest pipe measures an inside length of 13 inches with a diameter of 1/2 an inch.

This instrument is tuned to the key of Sol Major (G) and it's relative Mi minor (Em).

Deluxe Zampona Case

This zampona comes with a stunning deluxe woven case. Not to be confused with a standard case, these have been especially made to provide even better protection for our instruments, with a high quality case lining and individually made to provide an extra snug fit.

Cases come in a wide variety of colours and styles and will be sent out at random. Please contact us if you have any particular colour preferences and we will do our best to accommodate you.

Please note : Each set of panpipes have their own unique characteristics and will vary in appearance due to the nature of the bamboo used. The set you receive will show slight differences in colour, markings, grain and dressing from the pictures shown.

Price: £24.99
P&P: £4.99