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    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Axatse

    • Musical instruments -- Africa, West ; Rattle (Musical Instrument) ; Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
    • Widely used in West Africa, especially by the Akan peoples of Ghana. It is used in percussion ensembles to provide a buzzing, rattling quality.
    • Rap stik

    • Musical Instruments -- Latin America ; Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
    • This instrument is actually three instruments in one: Puili stick replica, guiro, and tone block. It can be played with or without the mallet.
    • Jaw Harp

    • Jew's harp ; Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
    • Presents a very old instrument, dating back to 10th century. It has been called the Jews Harp, Jaw Harp, Irish Harp and in Asia and India has several different names.
    • Valiha harp

    • Musical Instruments -- Madagascar ; Harp ; Stringed instruments ; Musical instruments
    • The valiha, or bamboo harp, symbolizes peace, and is unique to Madagascar. It is tuned to a C scale, and the strings are plucked alternately right-left to play a scale.
    • 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.
    • Ching chok

    • Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
    • This instrument is played by shaking it to produce a high pitched percussion vibrato.
    • 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.

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