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Material: Bamboo Pole (Tundilla)
Frequency: 4. 40 Hz
Pitch: F sharp.
No. Rows: 1
Number of tubes: 13
The Pan Flute is a pre aérofono comes from the Greek, siku, is home Aymara and Quechua. In Europe it is known as the Pan Flute. It consists of a series of rods at its ends closed lower, tied to each other in the form of raft, which was blowing in a vertical downward by the edges of the top holes. There is an enormous number of variations and names according to the type and use that are given, there are one-and two rows of tubes in the form of a staircase, rectangular or in combination ladder, use a solo or collective, with or bezel without bezel and a great variety in the number of tubes.
Its tone varies depending on the type. There are 4: Toyos: sound serious; Zanker: an octave higher than the toyos; Malta: an octave higher than the Zanker and Chulis: an octave higher than the malts (registration runs from 4 to re re 5). "