Pre-Columbian pipe and tabor

Pre-Colombian musicians playing any melody instrument with any percussion instrument.
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Jama Coaque culture, Equador. Percussion, Ecuador, Musical
Nayarit culture, Mexico, ca. 100 B.C.-250 A.D.
Looks like the musician on the left is playing a small ocarina, with the rattle. Art, Buddha Statue
Colima, Mexico, ca. 250 B.C.-250 A.D.
an old gold figurine is standing with a cane in his hand and wearing a hat
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Figural Pendant, Unknown, circa 750–1550, Gift of Dr. Clifton F. Mountain and Mrs. Marilyn T. Mountain
Peru, 400-600 A.D. Christmas, Novelty Christmas, Christmas Ornaments, Holiday Decor
a wooden statue sitting on top of a table
Panflute + rattle. Mexico
an ancient painting on display in a museum
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Flute + rattle. Maya.
an ancient painting on the side of a wall
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Two flute+rattle players. Maya
an ancient painting with giraffes and people on it
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Flute + rattle. Classic Maya.
an ancient vase with two men standing next to each other
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Two flute + rattle players. Classic Maya.
an old ceramic figurine sitting on a bench
Panflute and something... Carchi culture, Ecuador.
an old wooden figurine sitting on the ground with one hand up to his face
Colima, Mexico. I'd love to see it as a panflute and rattle.
a clay sculpture of an elephant holding its trunk
Panflute and what could be a rattle of some kind. Peru. 800-200 BC.
two ceramic figurines sitting on top of each other in front of a white background
Chimu-Inca, Peru. 1300-1500 AD. Panflute and drum.