Many thousands of years ago was the civilisation of Atlantis located where the Atlantic Ocean is situated today. Its people and its highly developed civilisation were advanced in all respects, and especially concerning knowledge of the spiritual way. They had the Quena and the trumpet not only as wind music instruments but as well as instruments of antigravity forces. For some reasons, these people and the whole civilisation of Atlantis went deep down in the sea because of a flooding catastrophe. Some very few of the Atlantis people, survived where today are to be found in the Andes mountains, but they lost much of their spirituality. The remaining people from Atlantis were using the Quena to express lamentations caused by their separation from the divinity, and the spiritual way. That is the reason why the Quena in the Andes sounds and transmits deep sadness of lamentation
The De La Calle Quena Flute™ by Moises Matos/Thing is a great flute innovation that makes me even more stimulated and attracted to Peruvian music, which I was always a big fan of. The De La Calle Quena Flute™ covers styles and sonorities creating the Boehm flute into a new instrument with a new sound, full of renovated energy. I would like to invite every flautist in the world to this magnificent experience and to be part of the De La Calle Quena Flute™ family.
Orlando Valle “ Maraca” Cuba/France
The De La Calle Quena Flute™ head joint made by Moises Matos is an extremely versatile “super” Quena. It’s one of the most powerful, useful, & refreshing flute components to come in a long time. It is the “brain-child” of Luis De La Calle Aramburu, a Peruvian flautist. I use it professionally in many different situations, from live performances to recordings, and it is one of the most powerful tools in my collection. Now it can become part of yours as well!
Pedro Eustache, Multi-directional flute wood wind reeds soloist, Venezuela/USA