Pan Flutes

Hora Panpipe 22 acacia/maple Contrabass 22 pipes, acacia/maple. Contrabass: the "G" small octave to the "G" third octave. Model Timbre Range Pipes Material ..
Hora Panpipe 20 acacia/maple Alto Panflute: 20 tubes of acacia/maple. Range: from "F" of the first octave to the "D" of the 4 octave. Model Timbre Range Pipe..
Hora Panpipe 18 acacia/maple Alto Pan Flute of 18 tubes of acacia/maple. Alto range from "G" 1st octave to the "C" 4th. Model Timbre Range Pipes Material 1..
Hora 8 acacia/maple Soprano 8 tubes of Acacia/Maple Soprano from "to" 2nd octave to the "to" 3rd. Professional tool. Model Timbre Range Pipes Material 8 ac..
Hora 8 acacia/maple Soprano 8 tubes of Acacia/Maple Soprano from "to" 2nd octave to the "to" 3rd. Professional tool. Model Timbre Range Pipes Material 8 ac..
Hora Panpipe 29 acacia/maple Contrabass 29 pipes of acacia or maple. Contrabass: from the "G" of the small octave to "G" the fourth octave. Model Timbre Rang..
Hora Panpipe 29 acacia/maple Contrabass 29 pipes of acacia or maple. Contrabass: from the "G" of the small octave to "G" the fourth octave. Model Timbre Rang..
Hora 25 acacia/maple Tenor 25 pipes of Acacia or Maple. Tenor: from the "D" 1st octave to the "G" of the 4th. Model Timbre Range Pipes Material 18 acacia/m..
Hora 25 acacia/maple Tenor 25 pipes of Acacia or Maple. Tenor: from the "D" 1st octave to the "G" of the 4th. Model Timbre Range Pipes Material 18 acacia/m..
Hora Panpipe 25 acacia/maple Sub Contrabass Wooden instrument with 25 pipes, acacia/maple. Range: from "D" small octave to the "G" third octave. Model Timbre..
Hora Panpipe 25 acacia/maple Sub Contrabass Wooden instrument with 25 pipes, acacia/maple. Range: from "D" small octave to the "G" third octave. Model Timbre..
Hora Panpipe 22 acacia/maple Contrabass 22 pipes, acacia/maple. Contrabass: the "G" small octave to the "G" third octave. Model Timbre Range Pipes Material ..
Hora Panpipe 26 bamboo Tenor Pan flute with 26 pipes of bamboo. Tenor: from "C" 1st octave to the "G" of the 4th octave. Model Timbre Range Pipes Material ..
Hora Panpipe 26 acacia/maple Tenor Pan flute with 26 pipes of acacia/maple. Tenor: from "C" 1st octave to the "G" of the 4th octave. Model Timbre Range Pipes..
Hora Panpipe 26 acacia/maple Tenor Pan flute with 26 pipes of acacia/maple. Tenor: from "C" 1st octave to the "G" of the 4th octave. Model Timbre Range Pipes..
Hora Panpipe 22 bamboo Tenor Pan flute with 22 pipes of bamboo. Range: from "C" 1st octave to the "C" of the 4th octave. Model Timbre Range Pipes Material ..
Hora Panpipe 22 bamboo Sub Contrabass 22 tubes of bamboo, sub-bass from "D" 1st octave to the "D" third octave. Model Timbre Range Pipes Material 22 acacia..
Hora Panpipe 22 bamboo Alto Pan flute. 22 tubes of bamboo, alto. Range: g1-g4. Model Timbre Range Pipes Material 12 acacia/maple Alto Alto a1-e3 12 acacia/..
Hora Panpipe 22 acacia/maple Tenor Pan flute with 22 pipes of acacia/maple. Range: from "C" 1st octave to the "C" of the 4th octave. Model Timbre Range Pipes..
Hora Panpipe 22 acacia/maple Tenor Pan flute with 22 pipes of acacia/maple. Range: from "C" 1st octave to the "C" of the 4th octave. Model Timbre Range Pipes..
Hora Panpipe 22 acacia/maple Sub Contrabass 22 tubes of acacia/maple. Timbre - Sub Contrabass. Range: from "D" small octave to the "D" 3rd octave. Model Timb..
Hora Panpipe 22 acacia/maple Sub Contrabass 22 tubes of acacia/maple. Timbre - Sub Contrabass. Range: from "D" small octave to the "D" 3rd octave. Model Timb..
Hora Panpipe 22 acacia/maple Alto Ethnic wooden instrument. 22 tubes, acacia/maple. Range: from "G" 1st octave to the "G" 4th. Model Timbre Range Pipes Mater..
Hora Panpipe 22 acacia/maple Alto Ethnic wooden instrument. 22 tubes, acacia/maple. Range: from "G" 1st octave to the "G" 4th. Model Timbre Range Pipes Mater..
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Pan Flutes

Ancient Greek wind instrument

pan flute is a musical instrument composed of numerous pipes, lined in a row. The pipes are either of different length or are blocked at different points. Either way, when the musician blows across the top of the pipes, each one produces a different note. In that way, you can perform an entire melody. This musical instrument is commonly used in South America and Southeast Europe.

They are traditionally made from cane or other naturally occurring hollow tubes (such as bamboo), although they can also be carved from wood, and in the modern world, of course, synthetic versions are available. Different tube characteristics give different qualities to the sound. The length, inner shape and diameter of the tube as well as the wall thickness are of great importance. A narrow tube produces a sound with a high content of upper harmonics. On the other hand, a thick tube of the same length produces a rounded sound. The bigger the tube, the deeper the tone.

According to Greek mythology, the pan flute owes its existence to a god named Pan, the patron saint of shepherds. The story goes that Pan fell in love with the nymph Syrinx. But she did not reciprocate, so she asked Zeus to save her from the shepherd god. Zeus did so by turning her into reeds, which made Pan so angry that he smashed the reeds to bits. Of course, he was instantly filled with remorse and collected the reeds, trying to kiss them. As he did, his breath blew over them and created a melody. To honor his love, Pan named this instrument the syrinx.

The syrinx was one of the oldest and most popular instruments in ancient Greece. In fact, it seems to be about as old as Greek civilization itself. The oldest examples of it were found on the Cycladic islands as far back as the third millennium BCE. It seems to have been primarily a popular folk instrument, associated closely with the shepherds who played it while tending their flocks. However, there is some evidence that it was at times incorporated into the ensembles that provided the music for Greek theater and poetry. The syrinx was made of four to eighteen pipes, generally of different lengths. The syrinx remained popular in Greece and spread across Europe, particularly in the medieval era. In essence, all European pan flutes are derived from the syrinx. It would be a mistake, however, to assume that ancient Europeans were the only ones to develop a pan flute-like instrument. In China, this instrument was called the paixiao. The paixiao was a bamboo pan flute generally composed of 16 pipes, arranged in a semicircular shape. Perhaps the most famous non-European pan flutes, however, are those of the Andes. Andean music is strongly influenced by pan flutes to this day, which are a legacy of Inca civilization.

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