Brown Instruments(97 items)
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Featured Reviews on Brown Instruments
A Grrr8 Singer Deserves a Beautiful Eagle Diver
I got two eagle diver Ocarinas and what a precious gift! Handmade and solid as it will accompany many musicial outings. Thank you Georgina Cabrera, for you great musicianship. Now we have to learn how to use it! We live in Venice Beach, so have to practice on the shoreline.
Just what I wanted
I ve been haunted by the sounds of the pan flute ever since I came back from a trip to the Andes. I hope I will be able to do justice to this beautiful instrument. It s masterfully constructed and has a lovely sound even though I m still learning how to play.
Trisna Dewi Handcrafted wood carvings and musical instruments
"Although I'm not a musician, many people like the musical instruments I craft, especially as décor objects or to play for fun."
"Ever since I was a little girl, I've enjoyed Bali's traditional dancing, and these dances are usually... read more
Popular Brown Instruments
Authentic Andean Charango Guitar and Case, "Andean Song"$229.99
Original and beautiful, this handsome combines pinewood, walnut wood and congona wood. The ten-string Andean instrument is a South American version of the European mandolin, originally crafted from the shell of an armadillo. Benito Tito creates this piece to contrast the grain of three local woods. The guitar features nylon strings and includes a plastic pick. It arrives with a colorful woven cloth case.
Peruvian Bamboo Quena Flute, "Night Owl"$49.99
Handcrafted of smooth bamboo, the flute is a legacy of the Inca. Today it is an indispensable instrument in traditional Peruvian songs. Benito Tito perforates holes of different widths to ensure a professional sound. An owl adorns the flute and its fabric case emulates pre-Hispanic textiles.
Fair Trade Peruvian Quena Flute with Case, "Song of the Andes"$69.99
Jacaranda wood lends its extraordinary beauty to this flute. Crafted by hand, it is a legacy of the Inca, an indispensable instrument in today's traditional Peruvian music. Benito Tito perforates holes of different widths to ensure a sweet sound and tunes it to 440. The mouthpiece is carved from bone and its case emulates pre-Hispanic textiles.
Peruvian Bamboo Wind Panpipe with Case, "Andean Zampona"$109.99
This authentic panpipe is called a - the flute of the Andes that dates back to the Inca empire. The instrument, crafted of bamboo, is comprised of a concave arrangement of 23 pipes. Each pipe is slightly shorter than the next, and each one produces a unique pitch.
The flute arrives in a carrying case that emulates handloomed Inca textiles.