Quena - Peruvian Music and Instruments

This Andean flute is the best-known wind instrument in Peru and dates back to pre-Hispanic times.

It is made out of a tube of cane, wood, bone or even plastic, with one end beveled into a mouthpiece.

It is the definitively the most popular musical instrument in Peru.

The quena features five or six soundholes which produces a range of notes, depending on how the performer blows through the flute. Quenas come in different sizes depending on the region.

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