Sound Effect Instruments
HUAYLLIPACHA use a wider variety of percussion effects in the performances these are the instruments we use: RAINSTICK or waterstick is a musical and ceremonial instrument used inmany communities from ancestral times to the present. Its name is descriptive of the sound of falling rain the instrument produces. Rainstick are made only from dead cacti, the toms of the cactus branch are pressed into the hollow shaft to form a spiral pattern. Filled with desert pebbles, the rainstick produces its characteristic sound when it is titled to allow the pebbles to run through its interior.

FROGS made of wood makes the sound of the frog we have a different sizes of frogs. CHAKCHAS is made from Goat Hooves BIRDS These sound effects are made of wood , ceramic and plastric and simulate birds sounds.



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