Silex was a very useful stone to make fire, as well as for the manufacture of hunting tools in prehistoric times. With the simple clash of the stones, arrows, axes or knives were made. It is therefore a material with a great influence on the development of humanity.
Like our ancestors, we have learned to tune the rhythm of our lives through the simple clash between stones, over and over again until we get the spark of this stove. However, in the clash there is another element that is not fire: sound.
Continuing along this path, we began to convert sounds into rhythms, rhythms into melodies, and, finally, melodies into harmony. Through this creative process, we went from “sharpening” to fine-tune by using the stone txalaparta. Moving from necessity to pleasure, and from sound to music.