Conch Shell (Hawaii) – Large sea shells blown like trumpets.
Crystal Singing Bowls (United States, Europe) – Quart crystal bowls producing mysterious,
hypnotic tones when struck or rubbed with mallets.
Deer-Hoof Rattle (North American Indian) – Made from hoof, skin and bone of deer.
Didjeridoo (Australia) – A long hollow tube producing deep sounds and animal calls
when blown. Traditionally made from a eucalyptus tree branch hollowed out by insects.
Can also be made from agave cactus trees, bamboo tubes or any long, hollow tube.
Djembe (West Africa) – Goat-skin drum.
Dumbek (Egypt, Iran, the Middle East) – Drum used for “belly-dancing” rhythms.
Eagle Bone Whistle (Native American) – High-pitched whistle, traditionally made
from an eagle bone, mimicking the call of a Bald Eagle. Very sacred to the Native
Gong (China, Indonesia)
Irish Whistle (aka “Penny Whistle” or “Tin whistle”) - Small flute.