Flute > Aerophone.
Peru > Bolivia > South America.
Source: Rene Hugo
moceños or mohoceños is a transverse flute unique to Southern Peru and
Bolivia's Alti-Plano region. The name of this instrument moceños comes
from the area which it originates. Among the Indigenous people of the
Bolivian Alti-plano region the moceños is accompanied by a tambor
(drum). Some have made the observation that when the Spanish arrived
they introduced a Fujiara like instrument.
Construction: The moceños
is a double-duct transverse flute having 6 relatively wide finger
holes. The two changers the mouth piece and the actual flute are bound
with animal hide. Pitch is pitch is applied to secure the animal hide
binding. The over all length of the 1.2 meters or 3 feet in length. My
moceños is tuned to a low C#2
or 69.2957 Hertz in which can be played in two octaves the main
octave and an overtone octave when blowing stronger into the