This large oval brass bulb horn from Pakistan has a 6.5″ bell and is 15″ in length! It features a removable and replaceable reed and a bulb with a 5/8 inch fitting. You should expect your brass instruments to have, or develop, an attractive antique patina. However, if you prefer the high shine look we recommend Brasso (TM) as a good polish.
These Bird Spoons are 10" long and feature a great grip reminiscent of a birds head. There are two deep spoons, with tabs, that rest bowl to bowl. Hold the bird-head end in one hand and tap the spoons between your thigh and your free hand. You can get a few different sounds by cupping and flexing your free hand as the spoons slap back and forth. Stroke the tabs down your splayed fingers for a drill sound. Perfect for More Info »
Ghungroos are anklet bells made by attaching strings of small bells (known as Ghunghroo, Ghunghru, Ghungur or Salangai) onto velvet pads. Each anklet is comprised of two pads. Each pad has two rows of ten bells per pad, for a grand total of forty bells. The 5/8" diameter jingle-style brass bells are made in the North Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, which is well known for quality brass manufacturers. This common Middle-East and South-Asian dance accessory is very versatile and More Info »
The Bodhran is the primary rhythmic accompaniment for Celtic and Irish music. This model measures 14"x 3.5", has a goatskin head and a beautiful walnut frame that has a black band around it with internal tuning. The player is able to tune the drum by adjusting hardware hidden inside. Equipped with fixed cross bars to help support hand and wrist when applying pressure to head from inside of frame. The 14 inch drum is extremely convenient to play and easily More Info »
A modern version of the traditional African agogo bell, in a hardwood which produces brightly-pitched tones. Scrape the ridges or simply tap on the bells for a variety of rhythmic wood sounds. Use the ball end for louder sounds, and the handle for more subtle sounds. The ribbed cups give three different tones. Beater included. Dimensions are approximately 10" x 6.5". Also available: Wooden Double-Bell Agogo.
This pair of smooth ebony bones each measure 7" long x 7/8" wide, with a slight curve. The thickness tapers over the length from 1/16" to 1/4". The dense hard ebony gives a clear tone when struck. Hold one between the index and middle fingers, so the flat side is between the fingers and the concave curve is toward you. This one should hang down along your inner wrist. The second one is held between the middle and ring fingers More Info »
The Deff is a frame drum of Middle Eastern origin. It features a wood mosaic decorated frame and a fixed goatskin head. Available in 18" size.
Twenty-five 5/8" jingle-shaped brass bells are braided into each of two approximately 36.5" cords for a grand total of fifty bells. The bell section lengths are approximately 12.5”—about two bells for every inch of cord. Cord color may vary. These bells are made in the North Indian state of Uttar Pradesh which is well known for quality brass manufacturers. Once cast, these solid brass bells are transported to Mumbai for assembly and export. Bells are primarily worn by Indian dancers More Info »
Nickeled brass doumbek. Engraved with floral patterns, jingles mounted inside. Tunable with bolts. Comes with a Remo Fiberskyn® head. Available in 8", 10" and 12" head sizes. Please contact us if you would like a different style of head.
Bendir 14 or 18 inch diameter. Rosewood construction with tunable goatskin. A traditional instrument of North Africa, more specifically in Morocco. A snare adds to the liveliness of these drums.
Set of 5 graduated brass bells. Each is engraved and very decorative. Play them in a band, or hang them from a gate or door. These bells are made in the northern Indian State of Uttar Pradesh which is well known for quality brass manufactories. Once cast, these solid brass bells are transported to a nearby town for coloring. Sizes: 3"; 2.25"; 2"; 1.75"; 1.5"
The Nylon Case for 14-inch Bodhrán is quilted with a zipper closure and carrying handle, for storage and transport. Accommodates 14 x 3 1/2" bodhrán.
This thumb piano by Mid-East features 17 steel keys and two vibrato holes on the back. The 5" x 7" resonator box is made of rosewood and lacewood and it has a rounded back. The thumb piano originates in Africa and is also known as a “mbira”, “likembe”, and “kalimba” among many other names. The metal keys are mounted on a wooden box that acts as the resonating chamber. To play, rest the thumb piano on the fingers of both More Info »
100 5/8" jingle-shaped brass bells are braided into each of two approximately 70" cords for a grand total of 200 bells. The bell section lengths are approximately 50”—about two bells for every inch of cord. Cord color may vary. These bells are made in the North Indian state of Uttar Pradesh which is well known for quality brass manufacturers. Once cast, these solid brass bells are transported to Mumbai for assembly and export. Bells are primarily worn by Indian dancers More Info »
The Padded Nylon Ceramic Doumbek Case is heavily padded with a zippered top and large pocket on the front for carrying all your accessories. Black nylon with back pack straps for carrying. Available Sizes: 10" Approx. 14 1/2" width x 19 1/2" height.Inside dimensions: 11" top width x 7.5" bottom width x 15" height. 11" Approx. 13" width x 22" height.Inside dimensions: 11 1/2" top width x 9" bottom width x 19 1/2" height.
A Zarb, or Tonbak is considered the principal percussion instrument of Persian music. The zarb is normally positioned diagonally across the torso while the player uses one or more fingers and the palms of the hands on the drumhead. It is often played near the drumhead's edge for a ringing timbre. Sometimes zarb players wear metal finger rings for an extra-percussive "click" on the drum's shell. Zarb virtuosi perform solos lasting ten minutes or more. Pictured at top left: Wooden More Info »
This banjira professional tabla set with a nickel plated brass bayan and a 5.25-inch dayan features a sheesham (or similar hardwood) tabla paired with a nickeled brass bayan. This Indian percussion instrument is used in the classical, popular and devotional music of the Indian subcontinent and in Hindustani classical music. The instrument consists of a pair of hand drums of contrasting sizes and timbres. Both are strap tuned. Includes the standard soft case, cushions, covers, and tuning hammer. Cushion colors More Info »
Ghungroos are anklet bells made by attaching strings of small bells (known as Ghunghroo, Ghunghru, Ghungur or Salangai) onto velvet pads. Each anklet is comprised of two pads. Each pad has three rows of ten bells per pad, for a grand total of sixty bells. The 5/8" diameter jingle-style brass bells are made in the North Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, which is well known for quality brass manufacturers. This common Middle-East and South-Asian dance accessory is very versatile and More Info »
Lightweight wooden tambourine with a fixed goatskin head. Available in 7" and 10" head sizes with double rows of jingles.
The Remo Deluxe Doumbek Bag is approximately 18 3/4" H x 12 1/2" head diameter x 8 1/4" base. This is a well-padded secure carrying bag for your instrument with a comfortable shoulder strap and external pocket.