Lovely pair of coconut wood castanets connected by nylon cord. Coconut wood makes a great alternative to using diminishing hardwood and produces a brighter, crisp sound
The MEINL Sonic Enery Singing Bowl Resonant Mallets are manufactured to have an even playing surface to create a steady friction when run round the singing bowl rim
Our traditional tambourines are the perfect instruments for beginner percussionists and great for getting children excited about beats and rhythms.
These are super looking, hand painted cass cass in bright colours.You shake them and knock them against each other. A traditional W African instrument made in Bali.
Bargain recorder pack comprising John Pitt's 'Recorder from the Beginning' book and a colourful descant recorder
The strong durable wood and hemi-sphere shape are designed for the perfect sound
Wooden base connecting two stainless steel spoons designed for easy use
The type of stick you use for sounding a singing bowl can make a huge difference to the sound characteristics. This doule ended beater from Meinl gives with a choice between harder rubber at one end and softer felt at the other
Knock on Wood "Zen" Windchime in black. A simple, elegant metal windchime, crafted from metal. A great addition to any garden.
Padded deluxe djembe bag with reinforced top and Knock on Wood Logo
Five medium sized rustic ironwork bells suspended on a length of thick twine decorated with large glass beads. This great chime acts like a windchime producing a quietly pleasing metallic sound.
Tingsa or Tingsha are two small cymbals that are used by Buddhists during offerings, prayer and meditation. The cymbals are generally joined together by a leather strap and produce a clear, high pitched ringing tone when struck together.
In addition to their ancient traditional use as an aid to meditation and in ritual offerings, tingsa are nowadays being used increasingly in sound therapy for the “space - clearing” of rooms.
This pair has been delightfully cast with a flower of life design
Inspired by traditional Mexican guiros, this fantastic instrument creates a wonderful ratchet like, scraping sound with its hollow body resonating chamber. The instrument also features decorative detailing and a glossy paintjob evocative of the Mexican flag
Harp tuning key. Suitable for most zithers, psalteries, autoharps, . Made in USA
Old fashioned brass taxi horn gives a loud, brash 'honk' when you squeeze the rubber bulb
Wooden tambourine with hide head and multiple row jingles