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    • 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.
    • Pin chimes

    • Chimes ; Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
    • This instrument is played by causing the pins to strike one another.
    • 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.
    • Turtle drum

    • Indians of North America -- Music ; Drum ; Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
    • Turtle design symbolizes protection, good health, and a long life. The circle emanating from the turtle's head suggests an invincible barrier.
    • Flex-a-tone

    • Percussion instruments ; Musical instruments
    • This instrument is played by shaking the handle and causing the strikers to hit a thin metal plate.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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...

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