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Nazca Antara - Rain - DISCOUNTED/2nds

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 • Product Size: 17" L  x  1 cm" H  x  23" W

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Jose Vitancio Humeres


Reduced price - a small chip on the last tube of instrument has been skillfully repaired, still damaged, yet decorative!

Replica of a polychrome antara from the Nazca culture with thirteen tubes and designs of the rain throughout.  Exquisitely sculpted by ethnomusicologist Jose Vitancio Humeres of Peru.


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  • The Siku (Quechua: antara) is a traditional Andean panpipe. This is the main instrument used in a musical genre known as sikuri. This ancient indigenous instrument traditionally contains 13 tubes/pipes.

  • Jose Vitancio Humeres

    Jose Vitancio Humeres appeared on US television in a video demonstrating the magical intonations of these works of art called whistling vessels. Vitancio Humeres resides in Cusco, capital city of the Cusco Province. He is dedicated to the collection of this kind of curious collectible artwork and creates them in replica. His works are shown in the Inca Museum Cusco.

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    RESEARCHER OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS OF ANDE JOSE VITANCIO

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