Those high-faluting French, Mexican and Swedish lassies just could resist a Gringo goatherd, who could serenade them, while they walked along a verdant pasture. I now have over 50 indigenous American musical instruments. The most recent arrival . . . from the Andes Mountains of Bolivia . . . is a five feet tall Toyo-Zampaño. It is hand-made by a Aymara Indian craftsman, from seasoned river canes that grow along the banks of Lake Titicaca.
Please play the song below.