The Nyanga pan pipes are a bamboo or reed instrument composed of multiple small tubes of varying length tied together. Sometimes the tubes have wax stoppers at the end, making for a lower sound, other times they are open and sound higher. Similar to pipes played by the Greek god Pan, this particular flute originated with the Nyungwe people of Mozambique. Let Ryan Mosey and his Nyanga Pan Flute Prezi tell you a bit more.
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