The ocarina is made of ceramic materials. Andean designs and available in different colours. It has a high-pitched and low sound.
Length: 6 cm (2. 53")
Width: 3 cm (2,37")
The ocarina is a little wind instrument of Andean countries of South America. Its origin comes from pre- Spanish America, the quechuas and aimaras used them as a musical instrument as well as the quenas and zampoņas. It is made of ceramic material or clay and has 8 finger holes. The pitch order in the ocarina is 1 re, 2 mi, 3 fa, 4 sol, 9 mi, 5 la, 6 si, 7 do. In ocarina of 4 holes is mi, sol, la y si. The ocarina produces a melodic sound that calls the Andean wind that blows in the gullies and mountain chances.