World Flutes Master
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FUENTE : "Fonoteca, Museo Nacional de Antropología" México
Flauta Lacandonas de carrizo y chirimía.
LUGAR : "Región Lacandona, Chiapas"
FUENTE : "Fonoteca, Museo Nacional de Antropología" México
Kokoloktli, Topitz & Quicuiztli

The topitz was a flute with three holes, as the one used by flyers. The cocoloctli was made of reed or wood, and the ehekachiktl or air whistle, was a diaphragm instrument, but without holes. Other wind instruments were also used such as like the winkle called quicuiztli which produces a long deep sound.
Quicuiztli
FUENTE : "Fonoteca, Museo Nacional de Antropología" México