with handle. Wooden, with a mallet to stir up 8 different pitches. 10".
The wooden limbertoy, popular in Appalachia and dating back to Colonial times, is both a toy and a rhythm instrument.
Because of the sharp tone of this seed, these rattles can cut through the sound of many drums. Great for drum circles!
These Nigerian bells have a very distinct tone-- more like a cowbell than the Togo Gonkogwe bells, which have a brighter tone.
This easy-to-play plastic flute can withstand abuse, and always maintains its perfect tuning.
These Latin-American Maracas are constructed of the very finest imported hardwoods and are hand painted in brilliant assorted colors.
This colorful rattle, known as caxixi ("ka-she-she"), is made from river grass colored with fabric dyes and a calabash (gourd).
This wooden two-tone agogo bell can be played by striking each tone block (high and low) or by using the handle of the mallet to scratch across the grooved surface of each block.
Authentic native instrument from Nigeria. Stick included.
Wooden, half-circle tambourine. Easy to hold, good sound! 8"
Authentic native instrument from Nigeria. 8" w/striker.
Played with a stick (included), these gongs keep the beat as people march through the towns and villages celebrating the bountiful harvest.
Woven together with string and attached to a rope handle. Authentic native instrument from Nigeria.
This Waistband Rattle is made of seed pods woven into a belt, great as a hand-held shaker too!
7 key, 8". From South Africa.
These brass finger cymbals are very sturdy and have a lovely sound.
Attaches with an elastic band.
8", with hanger.
8" tall with 5" head, made in Indonesia