Quena is an ancient tubular flute, native to South America, especially in use among the Ecuadorian, Chilean, Peruvian, Mexican, Bolivian and Northern Argentine Indians. Its origin is portrayed in existing paintings and drawings, made by people who inhabited, between 200 BC and 600 AD, the cities of Nazca and Chimu, in Peru; where the instrument has already been made from the llama bone; its first specimens were made with condor bones, stone or clay, materials later replaced by bamboo and wood ...


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