WIND BLOWING INSTRUMENT
Material: wood. Oak (in this case)
Crafted by: some artisan in Perú.
Origin: North America,Perú, Bolivia, Ecuador, Andes communities, any part of the World.
Main uses: ceremonies, chants and meditative state trance. . . .
Range: 404 – 835 Hz.
The Native Flute it’s probably one of the most ancient instrument in the world because it’s a hollow wood. Something that can be made easily. Sound Healing sessions recall a passage into the wild of Shamans lifes.
There are many narratives about how different Indigenous peoples of the Americas invented the flute. In one narrative, woodpeckers pecked holes in hollow branches while searching for termites; when the wind blew along the holes, people nearby heard its music. Another narrative from the Tucano culture describes Uakti, a creature with holes in his body that would produce sound when he ran or the wind blew through him.