These Ancient Inca Instruments Perfectly Mimic Different Animals Using Nothing But Water

Check out Jose Vitancio Umeres, an expert in prehistoric Peruvian wind/musical instruments, demonstrate how to use an ancient Inca whistling vessel known as ‘huascos.’

These ancient tools use the flow of water to mimic different animal calls.

The use of the tool dates as far back as ca. 500 BC. With the simple touch or tilt of each instrument, Umeres shows us just how simple it is to use these innovative Peruvian Inca wind tools.

If you thought that was cool, check out this giant organ in Croatia that makes music using the sea.

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