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The ocarinas are unique ceramic instruments and are handcrafted by an artisan using ancient techniques.

They have an oval shape, with ten holes for the fingers and are double, as they have two projections that represent the masculine and the feminine. Its iconography is representative of different pre-Hispanic cultures.

It is played by holding it horizontally with both hands and blowing through a ledge, using the fingers to cover the holes, giving rise to different sounds depending on the combination of holes covered.

Attention: as it is a handmade product, the color may vary and be different from the one shown in the photograph.

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The ocarina is one of the oldest musical instruments in the world and can be
found in different cultures, mainly in the regions of South America and Central America. It is a wind instrument that produces sound caused by the vibration of the air.

The Mayans, Aztecs and Incas use ocarinas in celebrations and rituals, usually made of clay and with simple or more ornate formats simulating birds or other animals.

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Weight 0,35 kg


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