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Musical Instruments

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Didgeridoo - Australia

Didgeridoo - Australia

Traditionally, an Aborigine would go into nature and listen intensely to animal sounds, not just voices but also the flapping of wings or the thump of feet on the ground. The Aborigine would also listen to the sounds of wind, thunder, trees creaking and water running. The essences of all these sounds were played with as much accuracy as possible within the droning sound of the didjereedoo. For the Aborigine, the observation of nature immediately requires a state of empathy, which leads to an imitative expression.
Traditionally, Didgeridoos were made from branches that had been hollowed out by termites and found in nature. Today, they are made by human hands and often are being highly decorated by the Aboriginal artists with motives from their dreaming.
L135 Diameter 8 cm
£49.99
Ref:MUSI6
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Caxixi - Africa

Caxixi - Africa

Caxixi (Ka-schee-schee) are made from hand-woven reed baskets with a gourd disc in the bottom and are filled with either seeds or pebbles. Two different sounds may be produces bei shaking the pebbles either onto the disc or onto the weave.
Reeds, Gourd, Seeds, Pebbles
Colours: Black, Pink
L 18 Diameter 8.5 cm
£5.99
Ref:MUSI8
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Double Caxixi - Africa

Double Caxixi - Africa

Caxixi (Ka-schee-schee) are made from hand-woven reed baskets with a gourd disc in the bottom and are filled with either seeds or pebbles. Two different sounds may be produces bei shaking the pebbles either onto the disc or onto the weave.
Reeds, Gourd, Seeds, Pebbles
Colour: Pink, Green,
Purple, Brown, Beige
L18 W16 Diameters 7 cm
£8.99
Ref:MUSI11
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Double Caxixi - Africa

Double Caxixi - Africa

Caxixi (Ka-schee-schee) are made from hand-woven reed baskets with a gourd disc in the bottom and are filled with either seeds or pebbles. Two different sounds may be produces bei shaking the pebbles either onto the disc or onto the weave.
Reeds, Gourd, Seeds, Pebbles
Colour: Purple, Gold
L17 W15 Diameters 7 cm
£8.99
Ref:MUSI12
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Double Caxixi - Africa

Double Caxixi - Africa

Caxixi (Ka-schee-schee) are made from hand-woven reed baskets with a gourd disc in the bottom and are filled with either seeds or pebbles. Two different sounds may be produces bei shaking the pebbles either onto the disc or onto the weave.
Reeds, Gourd, Seeds, Pebbles
Colour: Purple, Gold
L17 W14 Diameters 7 cm
£8.99
Ref:MUSI13
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Painted Spring Drum

Painted Spring Drum

These instruments are from South East Asia. They are painted with highly colourful, abstract & individual designs.
Simply turn these drums with the spring facing down and lightly shake your hand to
hear the sound of thunder.
H27 Diameter 8 cm
£9.99
Ref:MUSI15
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Coco Shaker - Africa

Coco Shaker - Africa

Coco shakers are light spherical shakers made from hollowed calabash. They are filled with seeds and decorated with carved and burnt Adinkra symbols. These symbols are ubiquitous in Ghana - from the Asante tribe, they convey simple wisdom and proverbs in a graphic style.
H8 Diameter 8.5 cm
£8.99
Ref:MUSI24
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Gourd Cabassa - Africa

Gourd Cabassa - Africa

Similar to the cowrie calabash this hollow gourd has been fitted with a net onto which green, yellow and red cylindrical glass beads have been strung. The net is tied together at the top and tied to a loose rubber band at the bottom, which moves when shaken. The sound is softer because of the glass beads and the much smaller gourd. When swung in the hand it has a swishing, soft quality, but when shaken in a perpendicular manner it becomes very focused and, while soft, also needle-sharp.
L15 Diameter 9 cm
Diameter includes beads & net.
£12.99
Ref:MUSI27
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Zuni Gourd Rattle -
North America

Zuni Gourd Rattle -<br>North America

This rattle's hollow gourd body has been pierced at both ends and a thick handle has been fitted at the bottom. Its much thinner, carved upper end emerges at the top and a white downy feather has been attached to it. The gourd contains seeds and the outside is painted with a plant motive on one side and a Katchina on the other. The sound is very soft.
L20.5 Diameter 7 cm
£39.99
Ref:MUSI28
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Kente Maraccas - Africa

Kente Maraccas - Africa

These maraccas are made using televi nuts which are fixed on a stick and decorated with Kente, the local cloth. They can be played both singly or as a pair, and provide a very light and high percussion.
L24.5 Nut Diameter 5 cm
£6.99
Ref:MUSI33
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Bird Whistle - Java

Bird Whistle - Java

Blow into this mini flute and mimic birdsong by moving the stopper up and down. Made from bamboo in Java, Indonesia, these whistles can be used to communicate with wildlife.
L18 W1.5 cm
£2.50
Ref:MUSI39
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Bird Whistle - Asia

Bird Whistle - Asia

Small flutes, emitting only one kind of sound and decorated with a carved and painted bird.
L11 W2 H6 cm
£2.50
Ref:MUSI41
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Quena Andean Flute & Bag - Peru

Quena Andean Flute & Bag - Peru

The quena (Quechua: qina, sometimes also written "kena" in English) is the traditional flute of the Andes. Traditionally made of giant bullrush sedge [totora], it has 6 finger holes and one thumb hole, and is open on both ends or the bottom is half-closed (choked). To produce sound, the player closes the top end of the pipe with the flesh between his chin and lower lip, and blows a stream of air downward, along the axis of the pipe, over an elliptical notch cut into the end. It is normally in the key of G, with G4 being the lowest note (all holes covered). It produces a very "textured" and "dark" timbre.
L38 Diameter 2.5 cm
£39.99
Ref:MUSI43
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