Chapareke, Video and Live Electronics

The Chapareke is an ancient Ralamuli instrument from the north of Mexico. It is built from the stem of the maguey's flower. It has three metal strings. The stick is placed over the mouth, the strings are plucked and the mouth acts as a resonance filter.
Onorúame gave this instrument to the Ralamuli people in order to balance the energy of the worlds. Its name means "The key of God's house"