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Ana Maria La Rosa Sanchez Corcuera, sister of the famous Tito La Rosa, is a descendent of Quechua Indians of the Peruvian Andes. She creates huacos silbadores, whistling vessels, from clay, the same whistling vessels her brother Tito, a shaman of music, uses in his sacred sound ancestral music of Peru. Peruvian whistling vessels were slip cast, a process involving the pouring of a mixture of clay suspended in water into plaster molds. The Andeans originated the process of slip casting about 500 B.C. and utilized it in the production of various ceramic forms, including the whistling vessels.
Shamans Market is pleased to be able to offer this lovingly and skillfully hand-made huaco silbador created by Ana La Rosa, sister of well-known Peruvian musician Tito La Rosa, the Shaman of Sound. Hand made from the earthy clay of Peru, this dual-chambered Peruvian whistling vessel of red clay is fired creating a delicate and delightful ceramic vessel. This piece is an original modern design with beautiful colored designs on the front chamber pipe and around both pipes where they meet the chambers. This dual chambered Peruvian whistling vessel is an original modern design. Handmade in Peru.