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The shell used as a wind instrument is one of the most ancient and natural sound production. Associated with sea and fishing, in maritime nations around the world. Is still often used in sacred  ritual: for example in the 'Puja' of Hindu temples in India, the processions of Tibetan Buddhist monks, ritual dances of the Aztec Indians in Mexico. Uses of the shell as a tool are present in the Mediterranean, India, Tibet, Mongolia, Malaysia, Polynesia, New Zealand, most of Americas, Madagascar.

The shell used as a wind instrument is one of the most ancient and natural sound production. Associated with sea and fishing, in maritime nations around the world. Is still often used in sacred ritual: for example in the 'Puja' of Hindu temples in India, the processions of Tibetan Buddhist monks, ritual dances of the Aztec Indians in Mexico. Uses of the shell as a tool are present in the Mediterranean, India, Tibet, Mongolia, Malaysia, Polynesia, New Zealand, most of Americas, Madagascar.

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Bell (Zhong) made of bronze in China during the Eastern Zhou dynasty, Warring States period (475–221 B.C.). Part of a set of bells and played with a t-shaped beater.

Bell (Zhong) made of bronze in China during the Eastern Zhou dynasty, Warring States period B. Part of a set of bells and played with a t-shaped beater.

Tibetan damaru. Tibetan Budhist monks and shamans use this type of drum to interrupt phrases of recitation when it is necessary to summon certain deities. A pelting sound is produced when the drum is rotated back and forth in the right hand as the attached cloth beads strike the drum.

Damaru - Date: century Geography: Tibet Culture: Tibet Medium: Wood, skin, cloth, shell

Carved wooden Maori Flute by New Zealand Maori master carver Kerry Thompson. www.boneart.co.nz

Carved wooden Maori Flute by New Zealand Maori master carver Kerry Thompson. www.boneart.co.nz

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Tibet H: Beautifully carved the head with dragon finial, floral patterning running up the neck, the skin-covered sound box with buddhist iconography and friezes of figures and animals.

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Rag dolls are among the oldest toys on earth. Several people are acquainted with the Alexander Dolls that are still made today. One way to attach with different potters is by way of email.

The Morin Khuur, (aka “Horse-head Fiddle”) is the national instrument of Mongolia. It always has some kind of horse’s head as a headstock --- https://www.pinterest.com/lardyfatboy/

The Morin Khuur,(aka “Horse-head Fiddle”) is the national instrument of Mongolia. It always has some kind of horse’s head as a headstockLardy’s Chordophone of the day 2017

Sgra-Snyan  Date14th–16th century  Tibet  Wood, skin

Sgra-Snyan Date: century Geography: Tibet Culture: Tibetan Medium: Wood, skin Dimensions: L. 109 cm in.) Classification: Chordophone-Lute-plucked-unfretted Credit Line: Purchase, Clara Mertens Bequest, in memory of André Mertens, 1989 Accession Number:

Goat Toe Rattle Uñas Bracelet - African Rattle by Africa Heartwood Project .org. $18.95. Multiple African goat toes are sewn into a length of fabric for the Afro-Cuban and Latin percussion favorite, the Uñas. Meant to be worn as a bracelet or anklet, or held in the hand as a shaker. When shook the goat toes make a soft, rattle sound. This instrument is also known as Unas (Spanish for "toenails"), and Chajchas in South America. Covered by our warranty, this goat toe...

Goat Toe Rattle Uñas Bracelet - African Rattle by Africa Heartwood Project .org. $18.95. Multiple African goat toes are sewn into a length of fabric for the Afro-Cuban and Latin percussion favorite, the Uñas. Meant to be worn as a bracelet or anklet, or held in the hand as a shaker. When shook the goat toes make a soft, rattle sound. This instrument is also known as Unas (Spanish for "toenails"), and Chajchas in South America. Covered by our warranty, this goat toe...

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