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    • Bodhran

    • Musical instruments -- Ireland ; Bodhran ; Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
    • This instrument is played by striking the drum head with the beater to create the desired rhythm.
    • Afuche/cabasa

    • Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
    • This instrument is played by resting the metal beads in the hand holding them stationary, while twisting the handle with the other hand. It also can be played using it as one would use maracas.
    • Mini dumbek

    • Musical Instruments -- Turkey ; Dumbelek ; Drum ; Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
    • Drum of Turkish origin is played with fingers or hand.
    • 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.
    • Omnichord

    • Electronic Keyboard (Synthesizer) ; Keyboard Instruments ; Musical instruments
    • Allows user to program all the background chords, rhythms, bass and drums to songs. When the background is played back automatically, the user can add the melody line. The MIDI feature allows the onichord to be connected to a computer, synthesizer,...
    • 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.
    • Standard vibra-slap

    • Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
    • This instrument is played by holding the handle and using the other hand to strike the wood ball causing the metal slugs inside the base to vibrate.
    • Cuckoo call

    • Birdsongs; Wind instruments ; Musical instruments
    • This instrument is played by leaving the stophole open for the first blow, and by closing it with the finger for the second.
    • Thumb piano

    • Mbira ; Percussion instruments ; Musical Instruments -- Africa ; Musical instruments
    • This instrument is played by striking the keys with the thumbs or fingers. A vibrato effect can be produced by covering and uncovering the two holes in back, while striking a note.
    • Horses hooves

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

    • Musical Instruments -- Latin America ; Tambourine ; Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
    • A rhythm instrument to develop rhythm, coordination and musical expression in group instrumental instruction.
    • Pocket kokiriko

    • Musical Instruments -- Japan ; Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
    • This instrument is played by moving the handles to cause the slats to strike each other in domino style.
    • 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.
    • Song whistle

    • Wind instruments ; Musical instruments
    • This slide whistle instrument is played by holding the whistle lightly with the teeth and blowing softly for the low notes, and louder for the high notes. The plunger can create a tremolo effect through rapid, short, up and down movements.

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