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Synonyms for panpipe

a primitive wind instrument consisting of several parallel pipes bound together

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The UO's World Music Series presents the Phusiri Marka - Town of Wind Players - ensemble, performing panpipe, tarka and orquesta music from the Chilean Andes.
On the bill on Thursday will be RIKKI & THE PORTERS - a mash-up of Straw Donkey frontman Rikki Doolan and local Irish folk band The Filthy Porters - with comedy acoustic singer JIM WOODS, brilliant Peruvian panpipe band APU and exceptional Mancunian street poet MICKY HALL.
Children composed and performed their own music using traditional instruments made from animals and plants with panpipe playing musicians Caliche.
30pm and will include a peace vigil at noon, and will also feature a panpipe band from Ecuador, a Tibetan Bowls ceremony and a tai chi demonstration.
Ecuadorian performer Wakay Tacuango played tribal music using a handmade flute and panpipe.
A Peruvian-French bistro, brick-oven pizzerias, candlelit cafes that play classical music compete with traditional eateries With panpipe, drum and flute Andean performances.
Visitors can listen to music from an ancient panpipe and take a computer-animated flyover of the mound-building Hopewell people.
As Papageno sings "Der Vogelfanger bin ich ja" and plays his panpipe, the animation of Kentridge's birds flutter and flap in their cages, projected onto the back screen of the mock stage.
PVC pipe side to side into a panpipe design, then add pieces of 1/2-in.
The rondador, a small panpipe, provides the classic and familiar Ecuadorean sound.
Pan made his panpipe with seven of them, which means the operations of the seven planets' wheels and their marvelous harmonic concordances.
For example, if I send my sons-in-law to plant blue potatoes on the high andene terraces, or our renowned panpipe band to your wedding, I can expect the same quantity and quality of labor from you when I inevitably need it.
Turino's studies of the panpipe style of the Aymara Indian in
here the case of the panpipe groups at Conima in the Peruvian Andes,
Well, no, it's not - unless you spend a lot of time in elevators and are sick of panpipe versions of Led Zep's Stairway to Heaven.