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    • Taos Indian drum

    • Taos Indians ; Taos Indians -- Music ; Taos art ; Taos art -- Music ; Drum ; Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
    • Made from a hollowed log, hide, and rawhide strips. Crafted according to generations old tradition by the Taos Pueblo Indians of Northern New Mexico.
    • Taos hoop drum

    • Taos Indians ; Taos Indians -- Music ; Taos art ; Taos art -- Music ; Drum ; Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
    • This instrument can be held by the white leather strap and struck with the whittled wooden beater.
    • Rainstick

    • Diaguita Indians -- Music ; Musical Instruments -- Chile ; Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
    • The Diaguita Indians in Chile use these instruments to call the spirits of rain during a drought. The sound of rain is imitated by the pebbles or seeds inside the rainstick.
    • Alto glockenspiel

    • Glockenspiel ; Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
    • Suzuki diatonic and chromatic orchestral bells form a fully chromatic keyboard. Suitable for use with Orff instruments.
    • Shofar mekeren ay-el

    • Jews -- Music ; Musical instruments -- Israel ; Shofar ;
    • Shofar is a natural ram's horn, mostly dark-colored with lighter streaks. Shofar is a ritual element in Jewish life, blown in synagogues to mark Yom Kippur, the beginning of the Sabbath, and other important events. Kosher.
    • Indian drum

    • Musical instruments -- North America ; Indians of North America -- Music ; Drum ; Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
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    • Tibetan singing bowl

    • Musical Instruments -- China -- Tibet ; Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
    • Bowl may be played by rubbing rim of bowl or striking it with the stick. Since the bottom of the bowl is only in contact with the palm of the hand, the rim is free to vibrate.
    • Didgeridoo

    • Aboriginal Australians -- Music; Didjeridu; Wind instruments; Musical instruments -- Australia; Musical instruments
    • Consists of a termite-hollowed Woolybutt eucalyptus didgeridoo in the key D#. Manufactured in N.T., Australia and hand-painted in black, yellow, red, brown, orange, and white. The didgeridoo is an Aboriginal Australian instrument, which is played...
    • Kalimba

    • Musical Instruments -- Africa ; Mbira ; Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
    • African musical instrument
    • Maraca sticks

    • Musical Instruments -- Latin America ; Maraca ; Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
    • Rhythm instruments.
    • Horses hooves

    • Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
    • A rhythm instrument to develop rhythm, coordination and musical expression in group instrumental instruction.

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