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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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...